(Aug 24-28) Intro to Mass Comm, Lecture
(Aug 24-28) Intro to Mass Comm, Lecture MC 1301
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Date Created: 08/29/15
Intro to Mass Communication August 24th 28th August 27 2015 a process by which we assign and convey meaning in an attempt to create a shared understanding Requires skill in intrainterpersonal processing listening observing speaking questioning analyzing and evaluating Different Communication Types 0 communication with oneself Can take the form of speaking aloud eye contact winking and daydreaming Often referred to as silent language O all aspects of personal interaction and contact I Interacting with one another exchanging information and views I Usually with two individuals or a few more does not include large groups I Thoughtful exchange or debate 0 messages sent through technology large audiences can have access to the messages trying to be conveyed Problems with Communication 0 A message that challenges a person s experiences can be rejected distorted or misinterpreted O anything that interferes with the transmission of a message e g language barrier background noise etc 0 crucial to determining if the message was received successfully may be misinterpreted AKA handicapped uneducated 0 Cherokee mother Caucasian father 0 Cherokees at the time of Guess s childhood had a strong belief that the Cherokee were only meant to hunt not to read and write 0 Guess wanted to create an education system he developed 86 characters to represent the individual sounds of the Cherokee language 1825 0 This system allowed Cherokees to learn to read and write using language vocalization and gesturingbody language to elaborate the details of a story to a specific audience 0 Story a narrative account of real or imagined events I Sharing experiences that pass down wisdom beliefs and values I Explaining how things are why they are or our rolepurpose I Building blocks of knowledge foundation of memory and learning I Connects our past and present 0 Telling live persontoperson oral and physical presentation of a story to an audience I Direct contact made between the teller and listener I Teller must use language and other communicative components O Storv Telling Elements I Interactive 39 Cocreative process I Personal interpretive human behaviors and beliefs characteristic of a certain socialage group
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