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According to Schutz, the need for emotional connection with others is the need for (Points : 2) inclusion. control. openness. orientation
What is interpersonal communication? At what point does communication become interpersonal? Interpersonal communication is communication between two or more connected individuals that involves dyadic primacy (the two-person unit is of central [ importance), dyadic coalitions (two-person groups form even in larger groups), and dyadic consciousness (the two persons think of themselves as a
pair). Interpersonal communication can take place and interpersonal relationships can develop from face-to-face interactions as well as those you have on the Internet. Interpersonal communication serves a variety of purposes. ]
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User: "Interpersonal communication" refers to (Points : 2) communication between dyads rather than larger groups. communication within large groups rather than dyads. only the exchange of verbal symbols. communication to initiate, develop, maintain, or terminate relationships

User: According to Schutz, the need for emotional connection with others is the need for (Points : 2) inclusion. control. openness. orientation

Weegy: What is interpersonal communication? At what point does communication become interpersonal? Interpersonal communication is communication between two or more connected individuals that involves dyadic primacy (the two-person unit is of central [ importance), dyadic coalitions (two-person groups form even in larger groups), and dyadic consciousness (the two persons think of themselves as a pair). Interpersonal communication can take place and interpersonal relationships can develop from face-to-face interactions as well as those you have on the Internet. Interpersonal communication serves a variety of purposes. ]
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