Face Saving

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Face Saving by Mind Map: Face Saving

1. 6.1 THE DIMENSIONS OF FACE

1.1. Politeness theory

1.1.1. Face threatening act

1.1.1.1. Negative politeness

1.1.1.2. Positive politeness

2. 6.2 FACE-LOSS AS IT RELATES TO FACE-SAVING

2.1. People are saíd to lose face when they are treated in such a way that their identity claims are challenged or ignored.

2.2. face-loss is an unpleasant experience, seen from the eyes of the harmed party as social humiliation.

3. 6.3 A THREAT TO FLEXIBILITY IN CONFLICT INTERACTION

3.1. change is often a good sign in conflict.

3.2. The emotional side of conflict is intimately connected with a party's flexibility.

3.3. Possible concecuences Of Face-Saving in conflicts

3.3.1. -Reduces parties flexibility -Adds as issue to the conflict -Turns attention away from more tangible concerns -Increases the likelihood of impasse -Encourages an all-ro-nothing approach to resolution -Prompts parties to turn to ouitside people to address concerns

4. 6.4 CONFLICT INTERACTION AS A FACE-SAVING ARENA

5. 6.5 FACE-SAVING FRAMES IN CONFLICT INTERACTION

5.1. 6.5.1 Resisting Unjust Intimidation

5.2. 6.5.2 Refusing to Give on a Position

5.3. 6.5.3 Suppressing Conflict Issues

6. 6.6 FACE-SAVING IN OTHER CULTURES

7. 6.7 FACE-GIVING STRATEGIES

8. 6.8 WORKING WITH FACE-SAVING ISSUES