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Chapter 1: Lecture 1

by: Anna Shaw

Chapter 1: Lecture 1 COMM 1500-005

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Lecture 1 notes from 1/11/16
Introduction to Human Communication
Marianne H. Glaser
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Date Created: 01/12/16
Chapter 1: Lecture 1 01/12/2016 ▯ *pay attention to Chapter Overviews and vocab. ▯ What is communication?  “communis”  Latin o means to share  exchange of messages to create meaning  Transactions that allow people to reflect and build personal knowledge of one another and create shared meanings  The simultaneous sharing and creating of meaning through human symbolic interaction  Not really as super simple as many think  *Greece is the origin of public speaking/communication  communication is key at right place and time ▯ ▯ Communication: making connections  Communication Competence o Skills o Understanding o Making connections  Qualities of a great communicator? o Body language, straight forward, unambiguous, eye-contact, read their audience and adjust, confidence, proper volume  People that are great communicators? o Morgan Freeman, religious leaders, teacher, stand-up comics, coaches ▯ Why Should we study communications?  Career development o Employers want you to be able to properly communicate your skills o World is diverse  make sure you can communicate to all the fields o You need to first be able to get the job, then keep the job  Ethical Behavior o Responsibly prepared  Cultural Diversity o Not everyone communicates the same  Technological Demands  Successful Living ▯ ▯ Communication and Technology  Social Media  Social Networks o Group of connected individuals  Career Development  Ethical Behavior ▯ ▯ Principles of Communication  Process  System  Transactional  Intentional or unintentional (Fig. 1.3)  Communication is simultaneous (fig. 1.2) ▯ ▯


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