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A man who teaches dateless wonders how to become irresistible to women learns just how hard it can be to do it yourself in this romantic comedy. When a guy in New York City wants to make the right impression
with a certain lady, Alex “Hitch” Hitchens (Will Smith) is the man he calls. Hitch has made a career out of coordinating a man’s first three dates so that they’ll show him to his best advantage (for a
price, of course), and more than a few have taken women to the altar they first started courting with Hitch’s help. But Hitch discovers his own romantic limitations when he falls for Sara (Eva Mendes), a journalist who
has her own ideas about romance and might just expose Hitch’s underground business to the world. In the midst of all this, Hitch has his hands full with Albert, a sweet but socially inept man who has enlisted Hitch’s services.
1. How does Attribution (internal and external) play a role in Alex, Sara, Albert, and Allegra’s interactions? (Ch. 2) 6 points
2. Define the terms below and identify at least one situations (for each nonverbal) from the movie where you clearly see these nonverbal communication techniques used: (Ch. 4) 10 points
3. When it comes to listening to our book discusses four types of orientation (action, time, people, content). Define each below and provide one example from the movie for two of them. (Ch. 5.1) 6 points
4.From the discussion conflict styles. Answer the following questions: (Ch. 6.2) 7 points
a.Provide an explanation/definition for each style.
b.What are two conflict styles Alex (Will Smith) uses? Why did he use each style?
c.What conflict style does Sara (Eva Mendes) use on Alex when she confronts him about his job? How did you determine this?