Which strategy or strategies (passive, active, interactive) were employed to reduce uncertainty? What elements about the individual and the context of your meeting motivated your quest to reduce uncertainty? Be specific.

Advanced Interpersonal Communication w/ Biblical Perspective: Enter a Stranger.

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**use the attached text for two of the sources/references:

Griffin, E., Ledbetter, A., & Sparks, G. (2019). A first look at communication theory (10th ed.).

Griffin, E. (1987). Making friends and making them count.

**Incorporate at least two outside sources. Integrate a biblical perspective using Scripture to support your response.

We have all had experiences where we have had to reduce our uncertainty about strangers. Or, in many cases we were the stranger. Experiences such as returning to college, changing schools, new jobs, new bosses, blended families, new neighbors, etc. are common ones. Using one of these (or like) common experiences complete the following as it pertained to your experience.

What specific uncertainties and anxieties characterized your first days?

What incentive did you have to reduce your uncertainty about others? (future interaction, goal, or unique behavior)

Which strategy or strategies (passive, active, interactive) were employed to reduce uncertainty? What elements about the individual and the context of your meeting motivated your quest to reduce uncertainty? Be specific.

Which axioms might you have used to help, if you were to do it all over again? Explain and be specific.

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