Is this a series? Sigourney Weaver in a bikini.
Contact Author Summary According to Em Griffin the process of producing a unique shared meaning is communication, specifically concerning relationships.
Griffin lists 10 rules to understanding the communication process. These rules are broken into three categories: Griffin compares communication to bowling. In bowling, the bowler is the sender of the message. The ball is the message and the bowling pins are the receiver of the message.
There is only one sender and one direction the message is sent. The pins are just sitting there waiting to receive the message, but will not return a message back to the sender.
This, states Griffin, is not true to communication. Next he compares communication to ping-pong. While there is some back and forth action that was not seen in bowling, there are some flaws. Griffin states that ping-pong is usually played in a controlled environment.
By using only one ball, it can only move in one direction at a time.
Ping-pong is competitive and only one person can be a winner. Again, not a true comparison as to what communication should be. Self-concept is about identity and self-esteem.
Griffin uses the metaphor of a clear, crisp photo vs. Some reasons may be from life changes, such as marriage, divorce, birth of children, children leaving home, etc. Typically people who have a realistic view of who they are able to take bold action and get things done.
Identity is not set in stone and is flexible. Griffin lists some ways to understand key elements of our identity. How we feel about that identity is self-esteem. Griffin divides self-esteem into four building blocks.
The first building block is a sense of moral worth. To be confident, people need to know that they are deemed worthwhile by God. The second building block is the sense of competence.
All about Making Friends (& Making Them Count) by Em Griffin. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers Haiku summary Book descriptions A Religious Speech Communication Association Book of the Year! Exploring the art of friendship, Em Griffin discusses what attracts one person to another, how self /5. Griffin shows us what goes into the art of friendship-making. Making Friends & Making Them Count () by Em Griffin Hear about sales, receive special offers & more. Book Summary A spellbinding historical novel about a woman who befriends Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, and is drawn into their world of intrigue, from the author of Margot. On June 19, , Ethel and Julius Rosenberg were executed for .
Knowing that you can do at least one thing really well is an example of a sense of competence. The third building block is the sense of self-determination. People with high self-esteem take responsibility for their own lives.
People who have low self-esteem usually place blame on others.
The fourth building block is the sense of unity. People with a high self-esteem usually view the world as more positive place.Making Friends (& Making Them Count) Making Friends (& Making Them Count) by Griffin, Emory A.
by Griffin, Emory A. SUMMARY. Recipient of a Campus Life Editor's Choice Award!A Religious Speech Communication Association Book of the Year!Exploring the art of friendship, Em Griffin discusses what attracts one person to .
Oct 27, · How to Write a Book Summary. In this Article: Article Summary Sample Book Summaries Taking Notes Drafting and Editing the Summary Reading Carefully Community Q&A Writing a summary of a book is a great way for you to absorb what you’re reading.
It also gives you a quick reference you can use to remember the main points of the book anytime you need it%(). Aug 23, · Expert Reviewed.
How to Write a Book Summary. Four Methods: Sample Book Summaries Taking Notes Drafting and Editing the Summary Reading Carefully Community Q&A Writing a summary of a book is a great way for you to absorb what you’re reading. It also gives you a quick reference you can use to remember the main 81%().
The final half of the book gives instructions about how to win people to our own thinking and how to be a leader by changing people without offending them or causing resentment. In the first part of the book, it is divided into three principles. Jun 22, · Friends can be found anywhere if one only looks for them.
By reading this conversation between two young boys who have just met, one can witness a friendship in the making. Chris Raschka's illustrations portray the emotion behind each word.4/4.
The Reptile Room Summary SuperSummary, a modern alternative to SparkNotes and CliffsNotes, offers high-quality study guides that feature detailed chapter summaries and analysis of major themes, characters, quotes, and essay topics.