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One day of notes - COMM 2713

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One day of notes - COMM 2713 COMM 2713 - 001

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Communication Theory
Jill A Edy

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These are the notes for Friday SEP 14 for COMM 2713.
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Jill A Edy
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Date Created: 09/29/15
COMM 2713 SEP 14 2015 Prof Edy MON Interpretive Research I Interpretive approach to Research A Ontology Social Constructionist 1 Making things real meaning arises in interaction a We socially construvted 911 b The University of Oklahoma is made because we make it that way B Epistemology Subjective 1 You look through the world through your subject s viewpoint a You still have distance between them you understand but do not take sides b You bring your ideas about social life to what you study c Shared knowledge is necessary in order to make sense of social life d You need to understand other s perspectives in order to understand their communication LUnderstand their viewpoint 2 Phenomenology Making the everyday seem strange C Axiology Valueneutral The values that we bring to our research 1 We study a cultures value but we don t identify ourselves with them D The goal of all this To understand Look through our subject s perspective 1 The explanation doesn t usually resonate well with those who are being explained 0 Falsifiability scope testability and heuristic richness are all interconnected 0 If something is heuristically rich then it is usually all of the above E Interpretism 1 Parsimonious is less important a You will need a bigger mechanism in order to explain this


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