By Sandra Petronio
Providing a pragmatic thought for why humans make judgements approximately revealing and concealing inner most details, obstacles of privateness faucets into daily difficulties in our own relationships, our well-being issues, and our paintings to enquire the best way we deal with our deepest lives. Petronio argues that during addition to possessing our personal inner most details, we additionally tackle the accountability of guarding different people’s deepest info whilst it really is placed into our belief. this may frequently bring about betrayal, mistakes in judgment, deception, gossip, and privateness dilemmas. Petronio’s publication serves as a consultant to knowing why yes judgements approximately privateness be successful whereas others fail.
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Extra resources for Boundaries of Privacy: Dialectics of Disclosure
In some circumstances, recipients are reluctant confidants (Petronio, 2000c). Being drawn into a privacy boundary unwillingly impacts the dialectics of autonomy-connectedness and freedom-responsibility. The knot of contradictions is also seen when new privacy boundaries are formed or old boundaries need modification; the adjustments people make effect stability and change. Internal and external contradictions. In addition to principal and secondary contradictions, Baxter and Montgomery propose that the knot of contradictions also includes interplay between internal and external contradictions.
8) reflecting two types of opposites, logical and functional. Logical opposites are defined as X and not X. Functional opposites, on the other hand, are identified as “X and Y, where both X and Y are distinct features that function in incompatible ways such that each negates the other” (Baxter & Montgomery, 1996, p. 8). As with Altman’s boundary regulation theory, Petronio argues that CPM adopts the functional approach rather than the logical approach to opposites. Thus, CPM does not claim that the type of contradiction considered is that which is private and not private.
Often sanctions are imposed when the boundary lines are clearly drawn. If confidants breach these expectations, the discloser may punish them by locking them out of further revelation or even reprimanding them. However, identification of ownership or co-ownership is not always obvious. Thus, the lack of clarity may lead to conflict over ownership issues. The second dimension of ownership suggests that it is not static. Boundary lines may be extended or contracted to meet privacy needs. For instance, in some cases, a person may disclose and, therefore, extend a per- Overview of Communication Privacy Management 31 sonal boundary into a dyadic boundary.