By Sandra Petronio
Supplying a realistic thought for why humans make judgements approximately revealing and concealing inner most info, barriers of privateness faucets into daily difficulties in our own relationships, our well-being matters, and our paintings to enquire the way in which we deal with our deepest lives. Petronio argues that during addition to possessing our personal deepest info, we additionally tackle the accountability of guarding different people’s deepest info whilst it truly is positioned into our belief. this may usually result in betrayal, error in judgment, deception, gossip, and privateness dilemmas. Petronio’s ebook serves as a consultant to realizing why yes judgements approximately privateness be triumphant whereas others fail.
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Additional info for Boundaries of Privacy: Dialectics of Disclosure
We are invited in or pulled into another’s boundary and asked to protect someone else’s sacred information. Ironically, we do not always live in complete isolation; instead, our private lives often include the responsibility of holding other people’s disclosures in confidence. Hence, the information that characterizes private lives spans more than what belongs solely to one person. Therefore, the way people coordinate privacy rules also takes into account this multidimensional focus. People manage private information from other family members, significant relational partners, groups to which they belong, organizations for which they work, and their own personal information all at the same time.
The dialectical tension considered in the theory of Communication Privacy Management concentrates on the forces pulling between and with the needs of being both private through concealing and public through revealing. There is a clear simultaneity of actions toward and away from disclosing and remaining private. The pull between and with private behaviors and public disclosures is not an easy equation. Revelations make information public. The degree of publicness depends on a number of issues, such as how many people are privy to the information, how much is disclosed, and who receives the information.
22 Overview of Communication Privacy Management Although context is important, it is only one of several dimensions essential for privacy management. For CPM, communication is the focal point while context is a player in effecting that communicate exchange. However, Altman, Baxter, and Montgomery all ascribe to the significance of dialectics situated within relationships. Clearly, CPM also recognizes that the very nature of communicative interactions presumes some type of relational connection.