Communication Privacy Management Theory Name Professor Institution Course Date Communication Privacy Management theory Communication Privacy Management theory (CPM) can be described as a structured research theory that is systematic in design and aims at getting evidence to understand deeply and analyse the way of making decisions by people about revealing and concealing privacy in their personal information. The Communication Privacy Management theory states that individuals will develop and maintain privacy boundaries with other people who can be referred to as communication partners and these privacy boundaries determine the type and kind of information that is to be shared among the individuals or groups of individuals. The privacy boundaries are set depending on level of closeness perceived benefits and the implication costs of sharing the information. Communication Privacy Management Theory (CPM) was originally commonly referred to as communication boundary management which was first formulated by Sandra Petronio (1991). The first Communication Reports 26(1) 1-12. Kaplan A. (1964). The Conduct of Inquiry: Methodology for Behavirol Science. Chandler Publishing Company. Kennedy-Lightsey C. D. Martin M. M. Thompson M. Himes K. L. &Clingerman B. Z. (2012). Communication privacy management theory: Exploring coordination and ownership between friends. Communication Quarterly 60(5) 665-680. Nodulman J. A. (2011). The secret life of your classmates: Understanding communication privacy management. Communication Teacher 25(4) 218-221. Petronio S. (1991). Communication boundary management: A theoretical model of managing disclosure of private information between marital couples. Communication Theory 1(4) 311- 335. Petronio S. & Altman I. (2002). Boundaries of privacy. Petronio S. Reeder H. M. Hecht M. L. &Ros‐Mendoza T. M. T. (1996). Disclosure of sexual abuse by children and adolescents. Vik T. A. & Bates B. R. (2015). Disclosure without Boundaries: Examining Communication Privacy Management theory in a Counterfactual World. Journal Of The Communication Speech & Theatre Association Of North Dakota 2848-62. [...]
attached is an annotated bibliography and the grading expectations and rubric. Included in the rubric are the guidelines to follow for the essay. With the annotated bibliography you have to use those references and also find other references to use. "Keeping Up with the Theory paper, your job is to describe where your theory came from and some of the history behind it, explain what the theory actually says and what it helps us to understand about communication, demonstrate how your theory has been used in recent years, and then finish up by explaining how you think the theory could be used in the future. Unlike our hypothetical example above, you are not a researcher who is writing a literature review to show others why you want to conduct a certain research study! But... you ARE writing a literature review as part of this paper assignment in order to demonstrate how your theory could be used in the future. So, much like the example above, you ARE writing a literature review that shows your reader the holes that are still left in the work that has been - and could be - done using your theory."