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Speech 1000, Weeks 1-3

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Speech 1000, Weeks 1-3 Speech 1000

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Human Communication
Cliff Lorick

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These are the notes for the first six lectures of the semester
Human Communication
Cliff Lorick
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Date Created: 01/27/16
Speech 1000 Weeks 13 5 Basic Forms of Communication 1 2 3 4 5 Intrapersonal I m hungry I m tired negotiations we have within ourselves Interpersonal one on one conversations interviews relationship based very balanced or equal Small Group 310 people task oriented inorganic Public speaker has the power audience has power too comments Mass Communication Why do we communicate 1 To discover about us and the world around us 2 To relate to others and make friendships 3 To help and know what we can do to help others 4 5 To persuade To play Communication when one or more person sends and receives messages that are distorted by noise psychological thought process occur within a context have some effect and provide some opportunity for feedback 2 Types of Audience 1 2 Willing Participatory Captive A Principles of Communication 1 Communication is a process of adjustment in content and relationship dimensions a The way you speak to your boss is different from how you speak to your best friend 2 Communication can be ambiguous Communication can be punctuated 4 It involves complementary and symmetrical conversations a I speak you respond b Same tone 5 Communication is inevitable unrepeatable an irreversible 9 Language Development 9 Comprehension understanding of the language Semantic arguing about the meaning of words Metalinguistic Awareness the ability to understand how the word you choose affect the sentence Telegraphic Language put 2 words together to change the meaning me go Linguistic Competence ability to transmit thoughts into language Communicative Competence ability to change word choices based on circumstance a Example speaking to boss vs speaking to best friend Speak Act trying to imply cohesive movement like an apology through communication Decontextualized Language the ability to think about what you did in the past and re ect on what you will do in the future Species Specific we communicate in the same way depending on our species 10 Species Uniform language is similar enough that we can pick up on it What makes up true language 1 2 3 MUG Its productive Deals with semantics Deals with symbolism Phonology the sounds w use to make up words Morphology units of meaning that make up our language 1 Bounded Morphine something that needs more explanation not a concreate example of 2 Derivational Morphine adds a word to a word to add some more of a meaning Syntax sentence structure Semantics understanding of a word Pragmaticspracticalreal word deployment of language ability to use language to get things done in the world Experiments 0 Hypothesis 0 Experimental group 0 Independent dependent variable 0 Randomization 0 Standardization What can Nonverbals Do 0 accentuate and emphasize 0 contradict 0 complement 0 regulate 0 they can repeat language 0 substitute A Functions of Nonverbals 1 impression management how we dress posture confidence a adds to likeability and attractiveness Defines relationship helps show where one person is in terms of another Structure interaction by defining turn taking In uence behavior beliefs actions Emotion 9593J B Ten Channels that Nonverbals work through 1 Kinesics way in which body relates to behavior 2 Emblems way we mark ourselves as groups 3 Illustrators show what we re feeling 4 Affect Display controlling our body way in which we function in our body a Ex being sad at a funeral Regulators 6 Adaptors help us satisfy personal needs 7 Attractiveness U C 8 Emotions 1 Happiness 2 Surprise 3 Fear 4 Anger Sadness Dis gust Contempt Interest 90999quot D Eyes Eye contact 1 Visual Dominance stare down re ective sunglasses 2 Civil inattention way to maintain some sense of decor avoiding people E Space 1 Intimate Space 018 inches 2 Personal Space 18 inches to 4 feet 3 Social Distance 412 feet 4 Public Distance 1225 feet a ALL CONTROLLED BY TERRITORIALITY 1 Primary we own it 2 Secondary not owned by you but is associated with you 3 Public anything that is open to anyone Artefactual anything you put on your body to denote something Touch haptics Paralanguage pausing grunting elevated volume slow pauses Silence fear shock complete happiness Time psychological time past present future Hence Stages of Relationships Contact Involvement Intimacy Deterioration Repair from intrapersonal to interpersonal Dissolution 99 pr


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