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Public Speaking, Week 2 Lecture Notes

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Public Speaking, Week 2 Lecture Notes COMM 2613

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These notes are from Public Speaking Week 2 with Van Gilder.
Public Speaking (COMM-2613-002
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Date Created: 01/30/16
Lecture 1/28/16 Listening is a multi-way process • Basic Model of Communication - simplest one-way communication • person speaking → channel of communication /message → person receiving ◦ Speaker: is the encoder - they create the message (using spoken language, dependent on the context, etc.) ◦ Message: verbal or nonverbal ◦ Receiver: the decoder of the message (Is the end message always the same? No • Two-Way Model of Communication • person speaking → channel of communication/message → person receiving ↑ ↓ ←←←←←←←←←←←←← feedback loop ←←←←←←←←←←←←←←← • Noise (over the message): sources of noise are either: 1. external (construction) 2. internal (conflicts, breakups) 3. physiological (hunger, body temperature)


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