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Marriage & Intimate Partnership/Parent-Child/Sibling/Extended Family – using ideas from chapters 6, 7, 8,you should talk about ideas from one of these chapters. You may use your personal family or a fictional family. The paper needs to access ideas from Turner and West (2006) as a base, with your ideas as support for you argument. The paper should be between two pages and referenced in APA style. Document Preview: 184 Turner-West: Perspectives II. Practices 6. Communicating Intimacy © The McGraw-Hill Family Communication on Family Communication, Companies, 2006 Third Edition Interpreting Closeness and Intimacy Cultural Expectations for Closeness Theories of Intimacy The Dialectic Approach • Attachment Theory Social Exchange Theory • The Circumplex Model Expressing Intimacy Declarations of Commitment • Positive Absolute Statements Private Language • Messages of Comfort and Support Playfulness • Nonverbal Intimacy and Sexuality Self-Disclosure Summary Key Terms Questions for Reflection 191 Chapter 6 COMMUNICATING INTIMACY 185 Turner-West: Perspectives II.

Marriage & Intimate Partnership/Parent-Child/Sibling/Extended Family – using ideas from chapters 6, 7, 8,you should talk about ideas from one of these chapters. You may use your personal family or a fictional family. The paper needs to access ideas from Turner and West (2006) as a base, with your ideas as support for you argument. The paper should be between two pages and referenced in APA style. Document Preview:
184 Turner-West: Perspectives II. Practices 6. Communicating Intimacy © The McGraw-Hill Family Communication on Family Communication, Companies, 2006 Third Edition Interpreting Closeness and Intimacy Cultural Expectations for Closeness Theories of Intimacy The Dialectic Approach • Attachment Theory Social Exchange Theory • The Circumplex Model Expressing Intimacy Declarations of Commitment • Positive Absolute Statements Private Language • Messages of Comfort and Support Playfulness • Nonverbal Intimacy and Sexuality Self-Disclosure Summary Key Terms Questions for Reflection 191 Chapter 6 COMMUNICATING INTIMACY 185 Turner-West: Perspectives II. Practices 6. Communicating Intimacy © The McGraw-Hill Perspectives on Family Communication, Third Edition on Family Communication, Companies, 2006 Third Edition 192 Chapter 6 Communicating Intimacy THE MIRANDE FAMILY José Mirande, 43, and his wife, Judy Perlman Mirande, 40, are co- owners of a popular restaurant outside of Washington, DC. They have one son, Adam, who is attending college in the Midwest. Judy is upset that José won’t confide in her about his financial concerns. The restaurant business is demanding, and often the couple work 12-hour days, 6 days a week. They are usually quite busy on their one day off as well, because that is when they visit other restaurants in the area, to see their friends and check out the competition. Judy knows that José is worried about continu- ing to work so hard as they get older and about continuing to bring in enough money to support their current, rather lavish lifestyle, yet he won’t say much when she asks him to talk to her about it. THE MARKS FAMILY Elizabeth Marks loves her children more than anything else in her life. She is so proud of all four of them, and she enjoys spending time with them all together as well as individually. Now that Rebecca, Melanie, Paul, and Jordy are all in their 20s, Elizabeth is enjoying them on a whole dif- ferent level

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