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Intro to Communication 1010 Week 2 Notes

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Intro to Communication 1010 Week 2 Notes 1010-09

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This week we talked about: Day 1: Self-concept and Perception , Self-image, Self-esteem, self-conflict Day 2: 4 types of listeners Day 3: Forming Relationships
Introduction to Communication
Braden Bagley
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Chrismanazanares on Sunday January 31, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 1010-09 at Southern Utah University taught by Braden Bagley in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Communication in Communication Studies at Southern Utah University.

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Date Created: 01/31/16
Week 2 Notes Day 1 Self-Concept and Percept Open: Everyone knows Blind: Other People see it but you don’t Hidden: Things you know but others don’t Unknown: Nobody knows Self-image + Self-esteem = self-concept Self-image = How we define ourselves as individuals (student, exercise, nice guy) Self-esteem= How you feel about the definition of yourself Self-esteem= confident, inadequate, behind the curve Self-concept= a person’s confident is too high or too low “Our self-concept affects whether or not we will participate in conversations and how we respond to feedback and conflict” “People with established self-concept tend to…manifest conversations behaviors consistent with their view of self.” …Accept information that reinforces their opinion of them-selves Selective Exposure, attention and retention Attribution Error: not know the reason and still judge. Simple Explanation Error: except your first opinion Week 2 Notes Day 2 4 types of listeners  People orientated: listen to others and care  Time orientated: How much time to convince or complete task male  Action oriented: listen as a tool to get to a point (to help lead to a sale_  Content orientated: main idea and determine a response 4 listening  Pleasurable: listen to appreciate something that’s entertaining  Informative listening: requiring knowledge from ones-self  Evaluate listening: (jury) solving to determine the truth  Empathetic listening: listening to people discuss their problems Week 3 Notes Day 3 Forming Relationships 1. People need to feel accepted - Social person: when our need to be included has been met Romantic/friendship/family/work 2. Need to be influence to influence others - Democratic person: influence others and influence others has been met 3. People need to be liked by others and show affection to others - Appropriate person – we become appreciated  The role the family plays in development is more important than any other relationship  Developing good communication behaviors at work  Work relationships are - Voluntary, temporary and regulated by hierarchy  Technology has changed the proximity required to begin a relationship  More likely to form a relationship with someone we find physically attractive  Social attraction: attracted to actions and personality 90.7% of single people have tried online dating Technology increased people to work at home and traveled places Conflicts within a friendship  Pseudo conflict: same idea but bad communication (misunderstanding)  Content conflict: both have the understanding but disagree with each other 2 factors influencing conflict within friendships  Personality types  Culture Conflict Romantic Relationships  Value conflict: religion, drinking and smoking  Relational conflict: trust issues Family Relationships conflicts  Image conflict: think you need to be treated older  Serial or ongoing: roommates, siblings (serial= long period of time) Work Conflict  Image: someone looks and feels better  Content: someone’s responsible to finish the paper 5 Ways People Resolve Friendship conflicts Avoidance Accommodation Compromise Competitive Collaborative


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