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COMM125: Interpersonal Communication Spring 2015 Brian Grewe Jr, MA Arapahoe Community College TEXTBOOK: McCornack, S. (2012). Reflect and relate: An introduction interpersonal communication. Boston, MA: Bedford/St. Martins. COURSE PURPOSE AND LEARNING OUTCOMES: The art of communicating "one to one" is the focus of this course. Theories of self-concept, self-disclosure, nonverbal communication, listening and conflict are among those discussed and applied to romantic, social, family and professional relationships. The successful student will be able to • Define important interpersonal concepts • Distinguish interpersonal communication from other communication contexts • Recognize and describe the basic aspects of self-concept development and the role interpersonal communication plays in this process • Distinguish among self-concept, self-esteem, and self-image • Demonstrate an awareness of the process of perception in interpersonal communication and discuss issues such as dogmatism, pre...