Lecture 3 - Influences on Communication
Lecture 3 - Influences on Communication COMM 1041
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Date Created: 09/10/16
Leslie Ogu COMM 1041 09/06/2016 nfluences on Communication Processing Communication ● Encoding: process of putting thoughts into words ● Decoding: making the word into an object that is familiar to you ○ We do not decode and encode identically ○ The more abstract the word, the harder to communicate concepts and/or ideas ○ Feedback: some kind of response from the listener (if the listener fails to respond, it is still feedback) ○ Feedforward: prepares the listener to receive the message ■ Opens channels ■ Preview ■ Disclaim ■ Altercast (put the listener in an alternate position) ○ Noise (interference) ■ External ■ Inter na hysiological) ■ Inter nal sychological) ■ Semantic ○ Context ■ Physical ■ Temporal ■ Social Psychological ■ Cultural ■ o Ethical ○ Communication is a transactional process ⇒the elements are interdependent ○ Communication is purposeful ■ To learn ■ To relate ■ To influence ■ To play ■ To help ○ Communication: ■ Can be ambiguous ■ ** Is symmetrical or complementary ** ■ Refers to content and relationship ■ Is a series of punctuated events ○ Three principles of communication ■ Unavoidable ■ Irreversible ● Unrepeatable
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