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Communications group game

by: Catelyn Cooper

Communications group game 17113

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Catelyn Cooper on Wednesday October 5, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 17113 at Sacramento City College taught by philips in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 12 views. For similar materials see math 100 in Math at Sacramento City College.


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Date Created: 10/05/16
Catelyn Cooper Professor Casseli Communication Studies 331 8 September 2016 Learning Log During the group exercise I noticed that many of the concepts we learned were very  present. For example, the influence of size played a huge role in this exercise. As the groups got  larger it was more difficult to hear, share ideas, be included, and communicate in general because everyone was all talking at once and the people on the far sides if the room were too far away to  be included. With that being said, we eventually agreed on the same answers to the questions and did very well when grading. In the groups with four or five people, in my opinion, worked out  the best because everyone had a chance to share their thoughts and it was easier to agree on  answers. Interconnectedness of parts was present as well because when the groups were big  some people got mad or upset because they felt like there voice wasn’t being heard which in turn made other people frustrated because of their mood. Since we couldn’t communicate very well  as a large group I noticed many people, including myself, fall back to smaller groups and worked out the problems with less people rather than all together because the larger group was so  chaotic. I feel like this was one way of us adapting to change. I also noticed that the scores  people received were worse working alone or in a small group and the scores got better as the  number of people in the group increased.   


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