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The effects of interpersonal relationships on the motive to share new information or refer to shared information in topic selection

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  • INAMASU Kazunori
    Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, The University of Tokyo:Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
  • IKEDA Ken'ichi
    Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, The University of Tokyo

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  • 会話を行う両者の関係性が、新規情報共有・共有情報言及動機による話題選択に与える効果の検討
  • カイワ オ オコナウ リョウシャ ノ カンケイセイ ガ シンキ ジョウホウ キョウユウ キョウユウ ジョウホウ ゲンキュウ ドウキ ニ ヨル ワダイ センタク ニ アタエル コウカ ノ ケントウ

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Abstract

In this research, the effects of interpersonal relationships, psychological intimacy, and frequency of conversation on the motive to share new information or refer to shared information were examined by means of a survey using topic selections of conversation. There are contradictory findings in previous research on whether intimacy promotes referring to shared information or unshared information, as the studies confuse psychological intimacy and frequency of interaction. The results of our sampling survey showed that psychological intimacy increased topic selection based on the motive to share new information while frequency of conversations increased topic selection based on the motive to refer to shared information. In addition, psychological intimacy and frequency of conversations had an interaction effect on topic selection based on the motive to share new information. The results indicate that psychological intimacy and frequency of interaction should be distinguished, as this will assist in eliminating the confusion in previous studies.

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