Communication in Society
Communication in Society COMM 200
Popular in Course
Popular in Communication
verified elite notetaker
This 31 page Class Notes was uploaded by Madisyn Pfannerstill on Monday September 21, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to COMM 200 at Ohio State University taught by Erik Nisbet in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 17 views. For similar materials see /class/209988/comm-200-ohio-state-university in Communication at Ohio State University.
Reviews for Communication in Society
Report this Material
What is Karma?
Karma is the currency of StudySoup.
You can buy or earn more Karma at anytime and redeem it for class notes, study guides, flashcards, and more!
Date Created: 09/21/15
What we reviewed last week Reviewed naturedefinition of theory and defined communication Compared quotobjectivescientific theoriesquot to quotinterpretivequot theories Common Ground whether prediction or understanding both seek the answer WHY explanationclarification of values FUTURE what WILL happen objective what OUGHT to happen interpretive Parsimony and aesthetic appeal are intertwined Testing theory helps aid in comunity of agreement and inter subjectivity agreement of meaningturth betwe scientists Reform of society is practical Obicclivv Interpretive Communimlion I ilu lnlwm Imaml wugw O I mz 1 l lttnu m llii M Q I I I Not only Interpersonal Humm I dtli1lL39llvu Group dud Public Communication lllil39IIllillVlglt39l39iIn39tll n m i39mgel Il I ll ItlI FliI I I A 39lltlillJIill l lmW I i o Other Theories oPropaganda Interpretive 39 oGatekeeping Objective Framing Objective Massgommimnon Indexing Objective quot39L quot 39quot Uses amp Gratifications Objective oMedia Violence Objective k m I llll n MW 391 7pm Al39l ulcti Cultural Context i39i mmum mm II umn mt l39 tll Him nan Im u wimm Himi ally VL4 my ll lv hindiilul l39 lmmlm i llimn Mm i litml mum l 1 1 4 FIGURE 22 Classi tntinn nl imlmunitatinn Tluurim Auurtllng l0 Ohiutiw Interpretive Irltlvimv Communication Theory Paradigms Cybernetic Focus on information exchange and processing SocialPsychological Dominant tradition in Comm THeory basis for much of interpersonal and media effects research employs scienftific objectivist approach to communication using empirical quantitative methods Focus on how beliefs knowledge gain attitude change persuasion opinion formation vary by WHO source WHAT message and WHOM audience characteristics Semiotics Focus on the use of signs and symbols words manifest and latent meanings quotDogquot warm cuddly friendly Critical Tradition Focus on power inequality exploitation injustice in socieity relations between quothavequot and quothave notsquot examines how language and media perpetuates power supports repression rejects idea of blind and uncritical reliance on scientific methods approaches argues that values and ideology still informshapebias objectivist and scientific work Key Paradigms for Comm 200 Key Paradigms for Comm 200 Key Paradigms for Comm 200 Theories Fall Across Traditions Many theories do not necessarily fall neatly into one tradition Cultivation Theory Sociopsychological quantitatively focuses on attitudes and beliefs Critical focuses on power distribution in society and inequality Semiotic focuses on how manifest messages tv violence have latent meanings and symbolize power relationships in society Interpersonal Messages Symbolic Interactionism Expectancy Violations Theory Interpersonal Deception Theory Key Paradigms for Comm 200 Symbolic Interactionism Chpt 5 Foundations of Symbolic Interactionism Basic Propositions of Symbolic Interactionism For example Nell Basic Propositions of Symbolic Interactionism Basic Propositions of Symbolic Interactionism Self Reflection The Process of the Self The Generalized Other Application The Selffulfilling Prophecy Expectancy Violations Theory Chapter 7 Expectancy Violations Theory Expectancy Violations Theory Example of Nonverbal Norms Proxemics EVT Posits Our expectations are based on For example Violation and Reward Valence Interaction Adaptation Theory RED The Man Hug Application
Are you sure you want to buy this material for
You're already Subscribed!
Looks like you've already subscribed to StudySoup, you won't need to purchase another subscription to get this material. To access this material simply click 'View Full Document'