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Study Guide for Test 1

by: Victoria Szafarski

Study Guide for Test 1 COMS 1010

Victoria Szafarski
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Victoria Szafarski on Wednesday February 3, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to COMS 1010 at Ohio University taught by Daniel West in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 35 views. For similar materials see Fundamentals of Human Communication in Communication Studies at Ohio University.

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CHAPTER 1 – You should be able to: • Know the many ways humans can communicate • Be able to recall the different ways that the study of communication impacts your life CHAPTER 2 – You should be able to: • nature of communication theory • Recognize the definition of communication. • Recognize/recall the reasons why communication is essential. • Recognize/recall/define the various components of communication (model) • Recognize/differential between the different models of communication. • Recall/apply the various communication principles. • Classify examples of the different communication contexts • Understand the different goals of studying communication. CHAPTER 3 – You should be able to: • Recall the early history of Speech Communication • Identify events as to their placement in the timeline of development of Communication Studies   The 1900s­1930s   The 1940s­1950s   The 1960s   The 1970s   The 1980s­1990s    21st Century CHAPTER 4– You should be able to: • Recall the process of Information Reception • Understand and identify examples and applications of perception or Selection or Interpretation  or Retention   Memory or Receiver Influences    Source Influences  Technological and Environmental Influences CHAPTER 5 – You should be able to: • Understand and identify examples of   Message Production   Encoding & Decoding   Physiological Factors   Cognitive Factors  Language Acquisition   Representation • Recall and identify examples of the nature/rules of language, Phonology, Syntax, Semantics,  Pragmatics • Identify examples of the stages of Language Acquisition  • Identify examples of the limitations of language representation   The Principle of Nonidentity   The Principle of Non­Allness   The Principle of Self­Reflexiveness • Understand the concepts involved in the negotiations of meaning in conversations • Understand and identify examples of the rules that govern social and public communication.


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