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Class Notes September 2 2015 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication Introduction Dyadic back and forth Process where humans collectively create and regulate social reality The way you create and maintain social realities o Differ upon different societies Process where humans collectively create and regulate social reality quotmuniaquot mutual help exchange and interaction of those belonging to the same community 5 Characteristics of Communication Communication as a Moving no beginningend constant change a Language spontaneous flexible creative a Common sharing social intercourse mutual exchange a Speaking of intangible things i Trust love etc a ReguIatingmaintainingmanaging a relationship depending on contextsituation b Persuade dissuade hurt comfortsooth Implications of Definitions We each create our own reality We often allow what we create to control us 0 Superstitions expectations social norms etc Communication always takes place in a cultural context 0 Unstated social rules by Goffman Face I quotSaving face quotlosing face Communication requires cooperation o What people do together Communication Competence Ability to communicate in a personally effective and socially appropriate manner 2 Types of Competent Communication a Surface level the part of competence that is seen i Reassuring expression nodding your head saying quotI understand or agreeing etc a Deeper level the cognitive activity and knowledge needed to generate adequate performance actually understanding in your head Ability to label organize and interpret social conditions Ability to take on social roles and know appropriate behavior by role Ability to choose and present a desired selfimage Ability to set goals anticipate consequences and choose effective actions Ability to make message choices others can understand and attend to and to be able to understand others message choices Knowing what s appropriate in a given social situation Having the sensitivity in dealing with others with difficultdelicate issues Diplomacy skill with dealing with certain situations for a better social outcome Example asking quotWhen are you busy rather than quotWhen are you free in order to give the person you re asking a sense of importancepower in the social situation to make them more likely to comply to you Skill like persuasionmanipulation CD Zw QQUquot 7 I m 335an 39 o l M w4rm h Sanaem eLp c 41AM w Amw SaneWine m 0939mm W 01 aQ me AS Woo Sen94gt Waugh Hm gre 999 meg3 ggg 93 TZHKI 1 an y g f diS YXQ V Q s Cm m m xca on 39 7 cum x9 x HI T wquot WW A EAQUCLQME Q U gems i was ENCQDEIS Jamar 460 k3 mmjwwmwmw Wu Magi C be e reveV 00 MM quotD Q COdre EN C00 33 2 ka mess new ad WWW 0 gmqwemom A DEQODE a 2 Qua WM hamhanga re dmmde C G ehCO 62 ngSSaBQ 7 N l cen RPMun pohenek O C Cbmmmic AHcm 39 39 J Wyagn mii 9Tb quot39 E39x 4 C3 A I a 71412 t 6 O n u M I 0 an A In n Pg ggmgimgeson Ls wko in ow m g LgtR mamp vu 3 ma N r We Am Sawfly J W33 rm 4 r l a o wwwmmwgnd or A meC QA T 4 Dm39m quotWWW 1 tskrem akamax maxing W6C W mes g xmg d mm NV 3 56 i B a B fmymoey U gh mm rn U W29 mmwgw 39 1 perSm LAMP r amequ g 03318 a ancxyr m Wm Roe Jr 3 us A Emmi L m n v w M b9 m LEAh 80gt 21136 no tlt u be dWrxsrmh I vx o Wf air Q R erek u v ng ez s Mng sCFS 390 Scd fmk F CQUS H Q ma a g M CDmmuni 09591013 mm M 1 baged Om Smkms quotHO P Mm M M 3539 Inf 5 39 o 1quot 3 1 quot u l demmb of 9 593k 1 a whtc damn n one ejemer QWCJ FS 8 69M 0MP Xean39l39j 39 1 kg 2qu S 9 l m W3 QAJFQO quotin 39 1 3 q 1 quoth WSW 2 39 a 1 y V a v k u a q V gt u 8E9nwxdw dd w a x 22093 E a u cu var L10 M 439 S ind wch 3 Cm 155 m3 n4 1 5 EQ wUAC 14ng 8W 0 MV OmmmWrtd 2 Cu dp mmuwmg wmmQ W 3299 113 ame FQ g e t i 0 7amp0 265 0 30 30 64 6 u 3 m ctummm ogg wcaurw 9 33 U wa w d 2913 2 gag38 gaunt WVth Juqunwww nv Wm 95 E11 k I r M C 1 QWH Y OA KAHU WdJA P5L M 2 ROCka iTw A km Kng 41 gammgn i ca r im WxaAr Ts ha r A 0 Qsce ramp 6 sgv f V73 A in amen wck as SmQrsXpo39 151 W06 C SCi 6U 31 Su ECQF QJF CPQxNQQ mong PM EQdEMquot wVVLh hj be ex PPPSSTQAS w 3 334 I g 7V I anc mam A kms dM EAf d cam F V 7 UA W 98 89 7quot S a K C jr SC my 181 U 0Q38 gtyem 1 5363308 cmww I E enmaaxomq in de m kd 13w E quot lt3 kemcr m cm C w n We g5 may 1 g M CWUSS3 v inc Ver bg CUe3 whem WmCQ 1 EEWMQVS M00 mosa m8 0MB m Warrin 0 C M r g mwvml WWS S39QC llC z3 Ug ina 4 NAM GagMAE quothx cgrm ul2Ys CAB LOCK L as or CO 39 1 v W goes R H EY Pd r Lommun x cgi m W 7 3 was um r lt e 9 ge F K LO mm Neg 0rquot MW Q03 A 5 meS Saut S aft WMMm w mw Am Mocg 52 0 f is R h j 5 Sik P FDLQRCX lt3 SAGA 39 6ch beueR 5 vamPS amp 4 r3 oh WW3
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