Script of Com

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Submitted By michalczykkid
Words 1783
Pages 8
Page 212-218 (2 sources per person)

Intro: Kim, Yan
Relational Transgression: Yan (relational transgression + temptations) and Shey (mate guarding, relational infidelity)
Interpersonal Violence: Rachel (battering) and Nicole (situational couple violence)
Sexual Coercion: John (rape, sexual coercion) and Kim (unwanted sex)
Conclusion: Rachel

Topic: Relationship Threats (challenges that are most likely to negatively impact relationships and have serious effects)
(Kim) Hi everyone. We will start off by introducing ourselves. Today we are going to talk about relationship threats, which are challenges that have negative impacts and serious effects on relationships. Specifically, we will talk about relational transgression, interpersonal violence, and sexual coercion.. It’s important to learn about this topic because all of us have experienced it at some point. We also have done research outside from the textbook. (YAN) According to the National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, one out of ten women has been raped by an intimate partner, and one out of ten men has experienced physical violence. This pie chart shows the distribution of threats, and according to the survey, we can see that 42% of all threats come from physical violence and rape.
Moving on to our first main point, relational transgression. Relational transgression takes place when fundamental relationship rules are violated. In romantic relationships, relational transgressions can include flirting, wanting to date others, forgetting special occasions, or committing infidelity. Within friendships, transgressions include betraying a confidence, dating a friend's current or ex-romantic partner, deception, and not standing up for a friend. These rules are unspoken, but people usually have these expectations when they enter into a relationship. Relational temptations are also part of…...

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