Chapter 1: Lecture 1
Chapter 1: Lecture 1 COMM 1500-005
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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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