the FunDAmentals of Human Communication
the FunDAmentals of Human Communication COMM265G
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Date Created: 09/09/16
Fun DA mental-s of Human Communication 9.2.2016 When we communicate we exchange messages utilizing symbols (verbal and/or nonverbal) used to convey meaning Linear Model, first model of communication, Sender/source------>message-------->target/receiver Interactional Model Receiver->message->sender>feedback->channel->feedback->Receiver Interference/Noise -physical: vocal noise outwards -physiological: hearing loss, sickness, yawning(physical too), bodily functions... -semantic: not understanding, confusion, -psychological: daydreaming, thinking about what you're going to do tonight.. Communication is a social process by which people use symbols to exchange messages. Transactional Model Mess(age-> <-Chan) nel-> <-Feed( back (Interference/Noise) 1. Encoding process 2. Sending the message 3. Decoding process. When you look at the situation/the context. You observe the physical, cultural, social-psychological, and relational features. Intentionality! -One Can Not not Communicate, The receiver oriented view; everything is intended; -One can not communicate. Sender oriented; not intended Ethics: The branch of philosophy that deals with issues of right and wrong human affairs. Ethical Decisions: weighting a potential course of action against a set of ethical standards or guidelines. Plagiarism... presenting another person's language or ideas as one's own. Global: using someone else's work all the way. Patchwork: other parts of multiple pieces, or work Incremental: when you don’t cite your sources. *You can plagiarize yourself!!!! FREEBIE QUIZ QUESTION Based on the transactional model of communication, which of the following would be considered a cultural feature: A. Social role B. WORLDVIEW C. ighting D. Emotional state
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