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COMM 150, Week 2 Notes

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Sept. 19-24, Communication systems theories, definition of the Capture
Interpersonal Theory and Practice
Brent Bean
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  COMM   150  Week   2 Notes    Sept.  19,  2016  ­ Walter   Gong   ­ retention  of learning   at 6, 12  months   are  HIGHER   with  captures  than   with  quizzes,     ecause     ou   se them   every   day  ­ CAPTURE   the  essence   of the  chapter  ­ Long   term  retention  ­ 1. Thesis   / Purpose  ­ 2. Central   messages   1­8 (main   i deas)  ­ (^^   rom  author)  ­ 3. Validations  / Applications   (YOUR   lif experiences)  ­ 4. Value   Statement  ­ Thesis:   definition  of   ommunication?  ­ Central    essages  ­ Need   or communication  ­ Comm   doesn’t   livein    vacuum  ­ Impossible   NOT   to communicate  ­ Definition  of   ualitative    ommunication  ­ Wide   range   of behaviors    methods  ­ It’ a process   learning     ow   o comm.   ­ Ambiguity   + open  mindedness   w/  intercultural  communication  ­ Nuns   that died  within  2  years  of being   separated   from   each  other  ­ Bro.  B’s  dad  died   March   4, mother   broke   her hip  on  March  5  ­ Doctors   diagnosed   her  with  “failure to thrive”  ­ Like    ewborns   giving    p  ­ “Get   rid  f the cookies”   ­ AKA  eat  them  ­ Social   norm   ­ teachers   control  the  conversation      Sept.  24,  2016  ­ Blindness   ­   ing   oah   blindness  ­ Why   did  the people  love  him?  ­ The  author   of   oah   blindness   i Satan  ­ Doesn’t  want   you  to  STAY   blind. Only  long  enough   to turn on  the  lights and  laugh   at you.  ­ “Of  course   you  can’t  have   your  family  back.   That’s  why   we  pleaded   for you  to stay.”  ­ Photo­op   ­   picture    er page      reflection  ­ Reflect:  Why  do    like this picture?  ­ PROCRASTINATION   IS NOT   MY   WEAKNESS.  IT’S  MY   STYLE.  ­ Procrastinators     ET    T DONE.  ­ Ifyou   procrastinate   and  don’t  finish, you’re   a LOSER  ­ Use     ocabulary   terms   in every  day   l ife  ­ “Pass   the pepper,   please,”  NOT  THE   SAME   as  “Please   pass   the  pepper.”  ­ Provisionalism     s certainty  ­ Language/adjective   agreement  ­ LANGUAGE   IS SYMBOLIC  ­ Hopefully,   you   understand  what’s   coming   out  of their face  ­ Rules:  ­ Symbolic  ­ Subjective   (different  meanings,  even  ifthe  same   word)  ­ “Dog”  ­ 4 legged   creature  ­ “You     og!” You’re   such  a  naughty   person  ­ “Dogged”   perseverance,  diligent  ­ “Dawg”  ­   ome   boy,  slang  ­ To  DOG    he  door  ­ BIG  dog  ­ Hot  dog  ­ Ugly    emale        ←   NO     ECIPROCITY   inthis  model                        Feedback   IS a  message                    ←   New    heory:   SYSTEMS  THEORY                    ­ No   sarcasm   i    ortugal: Mirror  body   language!!  ­ Sweeten   tone  + visage  ­ A  SMILE   is   flirtatious behavior  ­ Elder    eezer:   Hugged  Susie   back!!!  ­ SYSTEMS   THEORY  ­ Allthe  systems  interact  in   person   o create   a  unique  individual   ­ A SYSTEM   isa  group   of parts    orking  together  to create   a whole  ­ Change   one    art of     system,  and   the   HOLE  system   ischanged  ­ Whenever      collide or  interact,  both    ystems     hange  (like  galaxies)        IN  AND   OF    YSELF,    AM   A    YSTEM  Full of systems  ­ GEORGE     OSTANZA  ­ There  are  two  George’s   i  the  world  ­ I the George  you   know   and  the  George   Susan  knows   collide, George   will  not exist!!  ­ During   journal:  What   is changing   in my  lif because  of this class?  ­ CMC  ­ computer  mediated    ommunication  ­ How   has  i changed  the  way   we    ommunicate?           


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