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“…This is consistent with the frame switching paradigm. Overall, findings support two underlying assumptions of RFT: That intimacy between communicators is informed by both sexual explicitness and affiliation (Hall et al, 2008), and distinct relational frames should provide unique information when interpreting communication both of oneself and of others (Solomon & McLaren, 2008). The only social-sexual dimension that behaved in a somewhat unpredictable fashion is flirtatiousness.…”
Section: Differential Saliencesupporting
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“…This is consistent with the frame switching paradigm. Overall, findings support two underlying assumptions of RFT: That intimacy between communicators is informed by both sexual explicitness and affiliation (Hall et al, 2008), and distinct relational frames should provide unique information when interpreting communication both of oneself and of others (Solomon & McLaren, 2008). The only social-sexual dimension that behaved in a somewhat unpredictable fashion is flirtatiousness.…”
Section: Differential Saliencesupporting
“…Thus, communicators are often indirect and equivocal. In ambiguous situations, RFT is a particularly useful theory in understanding what dimensions are activated to interpret relational messages (Solomon & McLaren, 2008).…”
Section: Applications Of Rft To Social-sexual Communicationmentioning
“…Also, in comparison with tasks based on straightforward factual information, deliberation on matters of public debate requires processing information while making credibility judgments about the speakers and sources providing information (van Gelder, ). Richer media should better serve that social purpose, because of the utility of additional social information, such as feedback and cue multiplicity for ambiguous communicative tasks (see Solomon & McLaren, ).…”
Section: Deliberation and Online Media Richnessmentioning
“…Betty's forehead is furrowed again. "Look," I continue, " Solomon and McLaren (2008) suggest that 'relational inferences are formed and managed through relational frames of dominance-submissiveness and affiliation-disaffiliation ' (pp. 104-105).…”
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