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fundementals of speech/ communications

by: Kira Lisle

fundementals of speech/ communications com 114

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These notes are over chapter 1: An Overview of Communication
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kira Lisle on Friday October 7, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to com 114 at Purdue University Calumet taught by in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 2 views. For similar materials see fundamentals of speech in Communications at Purdue University Calumet.

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Date Created: 10/07/16
Chapter 1: Communication ❖ Communication: the independent process of sending, receiving, and understanding messages ➢ Linear model sender to receiver ➢ Transactional model sender to receiver and receiver back to sender ❖ Frame of reference: how we interpret other people's backgrounds, what makes them who they are. (ie: race, age, gender, ethnicity) ❖ Communication process: ➢ People: sender/receiver (frame of reference) ➢ Context: physical setting and psychological climate ➢ Message: encoding and decoding ➢ Channel: vehicle used to relay the message (ie: radio, tv, phone, touch) ➢ Feedback: receiver’s response ➢ Noise and interference: internal and external ■ Internal noise are things like thinking to yourself, your own thoughts ■ External noise are things like music playing in the background, or outside noise like construction going on, horns honking, people talking ❖ Functions of communication ➢ Creates and maintains our identity ➢ Helps us create communities ➢ Forms and strengthens relationships ➢ Conveys and creates information ➢ Allows us to influence and persuade others ❖ Types of communication ➢ Intrapersonal > in ourselves ➢ Interpersonal > you and someone else/ two people ■ Dyadic: between two people ➢ Small group > 3-8 people ➢ Formal > 8 or more people ❖ Physical manifestation


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