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Intro Sp Commun

by: Ms. Ronaldo Rohan

Intro Sp Commun COMM 101

Ms. Ronaldo Rohan
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Date Created: 10/12/15
Communication 101 1132011 113300 PM What is communication interacting with others Chapter Objectives To understand a description of comm Identify essential components 4 modes of comm 5 characteristics communication is symbolic verbal communication vocal utterances gasps noises etc body movement 8 Components Sender originator of a message Receiver target of message Encoder person who creates the message using symbols See Sender Decoder interpreter of the message See Receiver Message the content one wants to communicate Feedback A verbal or nonverbal response to communication Channel the means by which a message is delivered Context a specific environment in which a message is sent Noise any interference that occurs as people communicate Motivation the reason or why of communication Models of Communication Linear model depicts communication as a straight line where communication flows in only one direction sender gt receiver Interactive model emphasizes the role of feedback in human communication sender gt receiver gt sender Transactional model people are both senders and receivers simultaneously Creative model contains all the elements of transactional model but emphasizes communication as an evolving process Communicating Ethically Ancl Competently1132011 113300 PM Ethical Exercise Delimmas Ethics What is right Differs between people due to values and beliefs therefore situational Desirable Acceptable Necessary More time before an Lying to parents Life or Death situations exam To avoid hurting feelings Sources of Ethics Family Religion Community Friends Internet treat as if in real life Respect Make yourself look good Be conscious of decisions and info Tolerance respect for others does not mean we tolerate intolerance Moral Theories Consequentialist Approach good consequences are the measure of decision making Principle of Veracity Negative weight is attached to any lie Nonconsequentialist focuses less on consequence and more on situation Perception Self Others and Comm 1132011 113300 PM Essay How does technology affect you as a college student Pros Cons 2 paragraphs Perception eue Communication Making meaning out of communication attention catches selection captivates organization relates Self perception How we perceive ourselves influences our selftalk Self concept Influences intrapersonal communication Selffulfilling prophecies occur as a result of intrapersonal communication Selfdisclosure Theory The more confident the more disclosure Social penetration model Onion of information about a person What I think about me I about you You about you You about me You think I think about you I think you think about me Perception checking Observation Interpretation Clarification Effective listening 1132011 113300 PM Hearing Physically perceivingsound Listening Focusing on a sound Sender based problems Ethos Channe based problems speech or appearance Message based problems message overload message complexity Receiver based problems fear of misinterpreting not adjusting psychologically Context based problems cocultures Socia based problems gender differences Types of Listening Evaluative Chapter 9 10 11 1132011 113300 PM Missed last class meeting Chapter 9 Public Speaking Process Purposes Topics and Audiences Why Develop Identify Support Organize Articulate Communication Apprehension fear of speaking Dealing with it Explanation Rationalization Relaxation Visualization Education Purpose entertain inform persuade Chapter 10 Organization Development Support Clarity Simplicity Parallelism Balance Practical organization orderly Common transitions In addition furthermore Consequently accordingly so as a result hence because of since due to therefore Eventually meanwhile until since previously earlier later in the past in the future tomorrow finally to begin with Support facts stats testimony examples narratives CITE ALL SOURCES Chapter 11 Visual Aids Choosing Topic Day 1132011 113300 PM Grabbers Quotes Reallife experiences Proposal guidelines Topic How do cable news stations skew information Groups 1132011 113300 PM 3 gt 7 people in a group interaction for a purpose mutual influence group cohesion commitment to group interdependence group norms collective identity social dimensions task dimensions GOALS Group goals Individual goals Learning group Therapy group Problem solving Social groups Groups v Individuals Stages Forming Norming Storming Performing Climates conflict problem solving supportive and defensive climates conflict Conflict resolution assertiveness aggressiveness nonassertiveness INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION STUDY GUIDE CHAPTER 7 Be Able to De ne Impersonal vs interpersonal 7 p 128 7 impersonal is super cial and lacks depth or meaning Developmental approach 7 128 7 describes 3 rules we use to determine how we communicate Cultural rules 7rules as a society Social norms Sociological rules 7 rules of a group such as students vs faculty Psychological rules 7 rules that vary person to person Intimacy p 129 7 the willingness to disclose information Attraction p 129 7 one factor that motivates people towards intimacy Interpersonal Communication Dialectics p 137 7 tensions between people Stages of Dissolution p 139 7 the downfall of a relationship Be Able to DEFINE AND EXPLAIN Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs p 131 7 a hierarchy that describes are needs as 7 categories Schutz s Theory of Interpersonal Needs p 133 7 Similar to maslow focused on how and why we create relationships Stages of Relationship Development p 134 a ten step model to describe relationship development and dissolution Connell s Typology Class Discussion 7 describes ideal male characteristics Myths our society creates concerning menwomen gays and sex Class Discussion Self Disclosure Theory Class Discussion Difference between an Interpersonal and Intimate relationship CHAPTER 8 Con ict Management in Interpersonal Relationship p 163 Pseudocon ict 7 both parties actually agree but they misunderstand the situation Destructive con ict 7 hurting the other person is the goal Constructive 7 the goal is to solve a problem Rhetorically Sensitive Interpersonal Communication in College and Life p 167 adapting language to the situation Be Able to DEFINE AND EXPLAIN Interpersonal Dialectics and College p 157 Individualistic cultures 7 cultures that values more individual importance Collectivist cultures 7 culture that focuses on the goal of a group Value less direct communication Con ict Management Styles p 165 Collaborating style 7 high concern for both parties Competing style 7 high self concern low concern for others Accommodating style 7 low self concern high concern for others Avoiding style 7 low concern for both Gunnysack 7 bottling up problems Compromising style 7 moderate for both parties


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