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Speech 1000, Week One Notes

by: Gabriella Salinas

Speech 1000, Week One Notes Speech 1000

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These notes go over her power-points she goes through in class. This also includes her examples and explanations of the in class material.
Human Communication
Emily Kofoed
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Speech 1000, communication




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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Gabriella Salinas on Tuesday January 19, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Speech 1000 at Georgia State University taught by Emily Kofoed in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 28 views. For similar materials see Human Communication in Communication Studies at Georgia State University.

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Date Created: 01/19/16
Human Communication Chapter 1 January 13, 2016 Forms of Communication:  Intrapersonal-Communication with yourself Example: thinking  Interpersonal-Communication between two people, you send a message and you get feedback More Forms of Communication:  Small groups- interpersonal communication between a small group which includes 3-5 people  Public Speaking- one person (or a couple people) is/are speaking to an audience that is giving nonverbal feedback  Mass Communication- mass audience and is mediated by a technology to a disparate (spread out) audience Example: the president speaking (you and millions of others watching it through TV, iPhone, computer etc.)  Computer Mediated Communication- the communication is being computer mediated Example: text messages and emails Communication Principles: Communication is:  A package of signals -The package is the intent but the receiver does not always understand it -The signal consists of different parts its intended and part as its received  A Process of adjustment -Adapting on how you speak of how you act when you are in a certain environment Example: not swearing in front of family  A content and relationship Always two parts to a message, which includes -Content: the actual words -Relationship: the dimensions and contexts that shape what you mean  Ambiguous -Multiple meanings, it can never be 100% understood and there will always be confusion -It can be intentionally vague Example: you post a status about being upset, someone comments “what’s wrong?” and you comment back “I don’t want to talk about it”  Punctuated -Mind is always doing other things even when you are trying to focus on something continuously it is only focused in spurts  Symmetric and Complementary -Using the same words that the people you hang around with say -You communicate with people who you have things in common with  Inevitable -You cannot not communicate -You are always communicating whether you realize it or not Example: facial expressions, body language, or ignoring  Irreversible -You cannot take back anything you say, once you say it, it’s said.  Unrepeatable -You do not get a “do-over” with communicating


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