Interspersed Social Influence™ is a communications theory that involves three psychological processes: compliance, identification, and internalization. Interspersed social influences can be applied to behavioral situations to gain leverage when a person or group has social power based on supplemental data derived from social psychology frameworks consisting of normative conformity and informative conformity research.
Most people recognize that marginalized groups are victims of systematic oppression, but it is also important to acknowledge that people within the dominant group are also members of marginalized groups.
The Triangular Marginality Communications Model™ applies intersectionality frameworks to suggest that there is an interconnection between dominant and subdominant groups.
Subdominant groups apply a certain language within the social construct of the dominant culture, including the corporate sector, to maximize opportunities intended for marginalized groups.
There are millions of videos circulating about police violence. It is usually high-ranking officers who are trained to address the general public about those traumatic encounters.
Discussing crisis communication strategies of police organizations acting as spokespersons, particularly when the public has negative perceptions of police organizations, is a topic worth investigating.
Have you noticed strained interpersonal communication on social media? In recent years, the impact of combined communication methods on rapid exchanges such as social media platforms contribute to ineffective communication in groups on a macro level.
Blue Code: How to Communicate Effectively with Police Officers, is an uncomplicated handbook that provides life-altering communication strategies every person must learn when interacting with police officers.
Blue Code: How to Communicate Effectively with Police Officers, is an uncomplicated handbook that provides life-altering communication strategies every person must learn when interacting with law enforcement.