Week One & Two of Communication Class
Week One & Two of Communication Class CMN 101
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Thursday September 10 2015 CMN 101 Introduction to Communication What is communication It is a complex system that is a universal term and there not one way you can define it McCulan Carey He was a big figure in the communication world as well as a big scholar His ideas were accessible and were talked about everywhere So many people loved his work but there was also criticism to his work MCCUIan once said The one thing the fish is unaware is waterquot basically saying we aren t aware of our surroundings Being able to communicate is the same as breathing because it supports us in every possible way James Carry One important quote that Carry USGd iS Communication is the ambience decor of human setting and experiencequot so basically everything around us makes up a whole setting Another quote he Used WaS One cannot not communicationquot and this is basically saying no matter how hard we stop communicating in a certain way we can t stop the process because you can communicate in a nonverbal as well One way model of communication Transmission View Cycle of Process Sends message message is sent in a message to recover message is producing some effect This is a basic process of communication and it is actually missing something The reply we don t know how the receiver responded to the message TwoWay Model of Communication Ritual View Encounter to Interpreter to Decoder Message Decoder to Interpreter to Encounter Message In this cycle everyone plays a role in communicating because every relationship builds on top of each other Helical Model of Communication This goes in circular motion which builds on top of itself The more they get to know each other is the process and thats called the relationship The relationship can build on top of good or bad things and actions can t be taken back Tuesday September 15 2015 Communication What is the definition of communication For b00k definition 3900k 0 Page 4 Of Real Communication An Introduction Communication is simple There is more behind the meaning of communication and it is what we do for our existence as humans The process is on going and it can be expressed in singing and using symbols An example WOUId be giving a thumbs up meaning a good job 5 as humans we give symbols meaning and representation Communication is also a back and forth process Interpersonal Process Communication between two people The History Communication is the oldest discipline that exists When did people start teaching communications It was in Ancient Greece in the first era approx 300400 BCE The Greek philosophers called communication oratory the art of speaking Public speaking is the origin and it was the only way to get a message across a crowd back then and public speakers had a lot of power since they persuading many people What do all good speeches have in common A message that gets across people and that is the main goal The one way model of communication was based upon the oratory people messagemediumreciverproducing affect Communication started to change It was in the second era the modern era mid century early 20th century In this era there was focus on what was going on in peoples heads and makes them interpret things the way they do The two way has a focus on this How our brain processes information Communication started to change even more It was during the third era The Contemporary era early 20th century present It was adding sociology meaning adding the interaction with a whole group how social environment changes the we communicate how major events impact behavior invention of media Communication Studies Understanding how things change to one another for example one big events affects another A real life example was the Migram experiment testing peoples obedience to authority In the 1960 s there was relational communication and it was that things happened through history The things that happened in the past in split into two examples Quality is when words are subjective and meaning and quantitative is when we use numbers to express how research such as a survey The History of Communication as a Discipline Axioms of communication statement that is true Social science Not always true but the subjects apply to all of us Going back to one cannot not communicate When having conversation with people we take the meaning of the massage take out the meaning and then about the meaning Communication cannot be taken back We C ln t take back situations and even if they are forgiven the relationship might never be the same The damage has already been done Communication is functional We could get information such as directions we could persuade people such as manipulation developmaintain relationships and then phatic which is small start and that is important because it has how we start ALL relationships Thursday September 17 2015 Axions of Communication Continued Sometimes more communication is not always a good thing its quality versus quantity Ex Relationship between couple that is always talking about breaking up Intentional vs Unintentional Intentional is when both the sender and receiver are on the same terms Unintentional is when the sender and receiver are not on same terms there is also the misunderstanding between a sender and receiver sometimes Contextual Messages that mean different things based off context such as being sarcastic Communication has content and relational meeting For example getting a text message saying K 5 it coud mean so many things Communication has relationship You have a conversation with someone you known for a long time or someone who you just met on the bus What is Perception For text definition it i3 0 Page 36 on Real Communication An Introduction For our own definition it is a mental process that we interpret perception is everything It is broken down into 3 pieces Selecting cues from environment organizing in pattern interpreting that pattern How we use Perception All messages coming a certain way and our brain picks up the message we think that is important Organizing subjects into schema mental file cabinet so that we can retain info Interpretation We judge things and give value to things Two common barries of perception Self concept how we feel about ourselves
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