Week 1 Notes - Human Communication
Week 1 Notes - Human Communication COM 100
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Date Created: 09/05/15
COMM 100 Week 1 Notes Professor Donohue A Talk Cards 1 A set of messages associated with a role Each time we communicate we play a role in the situation 2 We switch back and forth between the roles cards that we are capable of playing 3 Each card message play consists of a Content or topics subject matter of the message b Style friendliness formality power c The whole package of the message consisting of both verbal and nonverbal elements B Talk Games 1 The goal the message seeks to accomplish 2 Examples Flirt teach pray decide coordinate entertain C Card Decks 1 Set of cards available to play a game 2 Personal deck for friends and family D Card Hand 1 Cards that we have in our hand to play a game 2 Examples Comedian card Friend card Professor card Father card etc Conclusions A Why do we send messages gt What needs drive our card play B How do we connect gt How do we play cards to be effective C How can we control our card talk to maximize the signal to noise ratio The actual message you are trying to send vs the extra uff and noise used to deliver the message Effective communication Tell a story make a point ZOL 384 Week 1 Notes Herpetology The study of both amphibians and reptiles Amphibians general characteristics Have smooth or warty glandular skin that is permeable to moisture water Must live in wet habitats Lack claws and keratinaceous scales Aquatic eggs and gilled larval stage Reptiles general characteristics Have keratinized body scales and claws More resistant to desiccation than amphibians Amniotes eggs embryo enclosed in amniotic sac Amphibia Types Anurans frogs and toads Apodans Caecilians Caudates Salamanders has a tail Apoda Gymnophiona Caecilians Legless wormlike burrowing aquatic amphibians have degenerate eyes Found in neotrtopics Africa South Asia
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