Communiation SPCH 1000
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Communication 5 Basic Forms 1) Intrapersonal – conversation with yourself 2) Interpersonal – 1-on-1 communication 3) Small group – conversation consisting of 3-10 people (usually task oriented) 4) Public – conversation consisting of 1-many (speech) 5) Mass – communication where the speaker is not in the same place as the audience (newspaper articles, radio talk shows) Why Do We Communicate? To… o Discover – learn about yourself/another person o Relate – establish/maintain relationships o Help – constructively criticize, express empathy, work with a group to solve a problem or listen attentively/supportively to a speaker. o Persuade – change the attitudes/behaviors of others o Play – motives of pleasure, escape and relaxation Definition Communication occurs when one person (or more) send and receive messages that are distorted by noise, occur within a context, have some effect, and provide some opportunity for feedback. Berlo’s Model (SMCR) Sender Receiver (encodes) Message (decodes) (feedforwa rd) Noise Channe Feedback l The Audience Is… 1) Willing/Participatory 2) Captive Principles o Communication is a process of content and relationships o Communication is ambiguous o Communication is punctuated o Involves Complimentary and symmetrical transactions o Communication is inevitable, irreversible , and unrepeatable