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Boundaries of privacy : dialectics of disclosure by Sandra Petronio

By Sandra Petronio

Petronio (communication, Wayne country U.) provides the idea of communique privateness administration (CPM) to review deepest disclosures. based on a few twenty years' paintings, the idea proposes 5 uncomplicated suppositions that underpin the foundations administration process humans use to determine even if to inform or retain inner most details. Annotation copyrighted by way of e-book information, Inc., Portland, OR

summary: Petronio (communication, Wayne country U.) offers the speculation of communique privateness administration (CPM) to check deepest disclosures. based on a few two decades' paintings, the speculation proposes 5 easy suppositions that underpin the foundations administration approach humans use to make a decision even if to inform or continue deepest info. Annotation copyrighted via publication information, Inc., Portland, OR

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For instance, a doctor knows that a patient with the HIV virus is continually having sex with unsuspecting partners. She is privy to this information and bound by doctor-patient confidentiality. However, she determines that she must disclose the patient’s status to protect others from the disease. In this sense, she “co-owns” the knowledge of the patient’s behavior. In her role as guardian, she feels the best way to handle the situation is to reveal the information. In this case, she does not follow the rules set by the discloser, but she initiates a variation of her own.

They claim that dialectical tensions are located at the level of interpersonal relationships. This assertion moves the unit of emphasis (analysis) away from sole focus on the individual and into a relational arena. “Dialectical tension is thus jointly ‘owned’ by the relationship parties by the very fact of their union” (Baxter and Montgomery, 1996, p. 15). CPM theory is both consistent with and different from this definition of totality. On one level, CPM theory locates contradictions squarely within relationships as Baxter and Montgomery propose.

The right to privacy, it seems, is what makes us civilized” (Alderman & Kennedy, 1995, p. ix). Legally, people continue to grapple with the meaning of ownership rights (Alderman & Kennedy, 1995; Gavison, 1984). In spite of the legal controversies, when someone tries to take control over information that we believe is ours, we claim a violation of privacy (Schoeman, 1984). Ownership and control are important to each other. Because the information belongs to us, we want to determine who is privy to it and who is not.

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