Comm & Info Exam 2 Review
Comm & Info Exam 2 Review 04:189:101
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Communication and Information in Class Review Exam 2 Information that we will use further and which is available for about 15 seconds is stored here Short term memory These gestures have a direct verbal translation Emblems Throwing shoes at somebody is seen as more offensive in Iraq than in the US This characteristic of nonverbal communication would explain this observation Cultural variability This characterizes media such as lm or video where the viewer has little control over the content or the communication interaction Low interactivity A study of how we produce speech sounds Phonech Another term for an initiating action First pair part This characteristic of language is represented by the phrase quotthis map is not the territory The principle of non Aness A is not all A Mailing a letter to a friend and two weeks later receiving one back from the friend illustrates this featured of mediated communication Asynchronous Three of of the four stages of cultural adaptation Honeymoon frustration readjustment resolution In this kind of culture meanings are in the language and are more fully explained Low context culture The property of language that allows us to use language to talk about our communication Metacommunication 3 ways to get to know a culture Violation cross cultural contact A study of how words are combined into sentences Syntax During this state of cultural adaptation a person may experience anxiety and hostility as they sea the realities of life in Frustration Illustrator holding your hands up to describe sh Sometimes the tone of our speech is different from the content Contradiction describes this type of relationship between verbal and nonverbal communication These gestures are used to indicate relationship between people Signs A description which includes interpretation Where we store general knowledge about people places and things semantic memory This is compromised by the limited modalities of communication media Social presence When we determine what meaning or signi cance to attach to a message this has occurred Interpretation Active deliberate retrieval of information from memory recaH When we here our own name over the loud buzz of the crowd at a party we are deploying this Selective attention A device can be though of as a communication medium if it does this Expands any of our communication modes Smoke signals pens telephones are examples of this Communication medium A lot of shared symbols in college Greek life make it this type of culture High context culture We know when its time to take a turn in conversation because of this feature of turn constructional units Projectability quotTime is Moneyquot would be suitable to describe this kind of culture Monochronic culture What are 3 characteristics of culture Complex multi faceted invisible subjective changes over time A nervous person who wrings her hands when she talks is engaging in this nonverbal behavior Self adaptor Research indicates that when this is repeatedly invaded over a period of time extreme reactions frustrations etc Personal space Steve listens to Francesca talk and decides that she39s from Italy his judgment based on Pa raanguage This principle states that the language we speak shapes our perceptions of reality SAPlRWhorf hypothesis
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