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Speech 1000, Week 3

by: Gabriella Salinas

Speech 1000, Week 3 Speech 1000

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These notes go over what we did in class they will be on the next exam
Human Communication
Emily Kofoed
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Gabriella Salinas on Sunday January 31, 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 16 views. For similar materials see Human Communication in Communication Studies at Georgia State University.

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Date Created: 01/31/16
Speech 1000 Functions of Nonverbal Communication:  Impression management: attractiveness can help show your status or dominance  Define Relationships: it defines a relationship (two people walking in the park photo)  Structure interaction: automatically know how to act around certain environments  Influence: can be used to influence your interpretation about your message (a secret handshake to show people that you matter, it can be used to deceive)  Reveal emotions: you can read through it, tears, facial expressions Channels of Nonverbal: The ways, which we nonverbally communicate  The body-> Kinesics: which is the study of  Types of Kinesics Emblems: any sort of gesture that directly translates to a word or phrase Example: thumbs up, middle finger, waving, and peace sign Illustrator: any sort of gestures that shows the meaning of what something is in the absence of that thing Example: She is this tall *hand gesture* Affect Displays: visual displays of emotion Regulators: Regulate, monitor, control, using gestures and body movement to do so, usually to tell them to not speak Adaptor: a gesture used to satisfy a personal need, Example: scratching your eyebrow, yawning Body Appearance & Face Eyes: Using eye contact for visual dominance Civil Inattention: reducing eye contact to try to make other people comfortable Proxemics & Touch: has to do with space and can involve touch Paralanguage: Artifactual: What you assume (man sitting down in dirty clothes homeless, business man walking) Touch (haptics): has to do with the actual and physical skin and skin/body and body Temporal (Time) & Olfactory (smell): If you’re late with Starbucks, the way you smell (fresh and clean) January 27, 2016 Speech 1000 Interpersonal Communication: Communication between people Most is the communication is between two people This chapter focuses on  Stages of relationships  Theories that account for our relationships and choices  Interdependency: every way you act or do it affects relationships we are interdependent on one another Six-Stage Relationship Model: It’s easier to end a relationship in the beginning than it is for someone to end a relationship when you get deeper into the stages It can help us form or maintain a relationship  Contact: Perceptual: speak to one another and look at one another Interactional Gestalt-When you meet someone you form an opinion of them, when you make a big opinion of them that is hard to change. It can go the other way, you find out that they are a terrible person but you are trying to fit them into the gestalt you thought they were  Involvement: Testing-asking questions Intensifying-can be physical or emotional intimacy  Intimacy: Interpersonal Commitment-commit to spending more time with this person than other people and begin to introduce them to friends and family Social bonding:  Deterioration Can lead to dissolution or repair-requires both of you to take a step back and look at your role and do something about it Something happens to wear away your intimacy Attraction Theory Typically Based on forming relationships with people we are attracted to Its based on similarity: you complement in certain ways Proximity: we form relationships with people who we are typically close to Reinforcement: attracted to people who give us something, someone who makes us feel better about ourselves Physical/Emotional Attractiveness: the person you are encountering becomes attractive through emotional attractiveness Relationship Rules Theory Upholding certain rules- they are not always explicit Relationship Dialectics Theory Dialectic has to do with two opposing concepts that are intention with one another Closeness vs. openness- When you and your partner have different understandings about how private your relationships should be and how separate you are from people in your lives. How we negotiate the intentions, this is a source of conflict usually in a relationship Autonomy vs. connection- Autonomy-by yourself, connection-with someone Novelty vs. predictability Novelty- whether you like to try new things and new experiences Predictability-same thing all the time or traditions


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