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Ms. Jerry Mante
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Christopher Mapp

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This 6 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ms. Jerry Mante on Tuesday October 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CMST 2010 at Louisiana State University taught by Christopher Mapp in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 30 views. For similar materials see /class/222681/cmst-2010-louisiana-state-university in Communication Studies at Louisiana State University.




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Date Created: 10/13/15
Test 1 82808 CommunicationThe verbal and nonverbal Shared meaning between 2 or more people 0 Can be spoken or just noticed such as body language 0 Shared meaning is that things have to share meanings for everyone to understand what you are talking about 0 Cannot be to yourselfhas to be with more then one person Interpersonal CommunicationCommunication between people Intrapersonal CommunicationTalking to yourself Physical relationship is nonverbal ChannelThe way you relay your messageTelephone email talking text way you dress Linear Communication Model 2 By Shannon and Weaver 0 4 Types ofnoise 0 Physiological o PhysicalThings around us 0 PsychologicalThings in our minds 0 SemanhcWord Choice 91108 Interactive Communication Model 0 Steps 0 9 Message 9 o 9 Decoder Receiver Encoder 9 o 9 Feedback 9 o 9 Encoder Source Decoder 9 0 Makes communication a process 0 Communication doesn t start and stop it keeps going continuously o I send message to you receiver sends feedback back to me I follow through as necessary Transactional Model of Communication 0 Time1 o Communicator A s Field of Experience 0 Timez 0 Shared Field of Experience 0 Symbolic Interaction Over Time 0 Timeg o Communicator B s Field of Experience This makes everyone a sender and a receiver at all timeThus we are all communicators at all time Theory o Buber o Says that some of the communication we do is not all interpersonal I IIt very impersonal treating another person as an object I IYou Not treating people as objects and being a little more personal but not treating them as individuals yet I IThou Most personal type of relationship only certain folks Competence have the ability to communicate effectively in an acceptable way If you can be more competent in your communication you have a better chance of building better relationships 0 Message Can you put together a message that can be easily understood 0 Interpretive Ability to look around us and label or organize and interpret the condition ofwhat s around us and communicate in an acceptable way 0 Role Communicate in a way that maintain the roles people have with us such as communicating differently with your mother and your best friend Self We want to put our best foot forward and have others think well ofus Goal Can we get what we want End result You talk to people differently depending on what goal you are trying to go for 91608 0 6 things about me numbers rate importance to me o lsmart 4funny 3caring 5entertaining 6crazy Zoutgoing o SelfEsteem o Selfworth how much we value ourselves o SelfConcept 0 Includes 3 main concepts I Material SelfDeals with the way we present ourselves sometimes material things or objects I Social SelfTends to deal with relationships being a mother daughter son etc I Spiritual SelfAnything we believe in or think we value such as thinking we are stubborn trustworthy etc o Differs from selfesteem includes part of it but has more depth 0 Also differs from personality 0 George Herbert Mead 0 He believed that we create our self concept through communication with other people 0 He said we communicate with 2 types ofpeople I Particular OtherFamily members close friends peers 0 Direct Definition 0 Re ective Appraisal o UppersPositive about your image and self concept 0 DownersNegative about your image and self concept o Vulturesdowners that take it too far and verbally attack you and your self concept 0 Identity Scripts helps us define the roles we are supposed to take on in life 0 SelfHandicapping 0 Attachment Style I Generalized OtherBasically Society at large 91808 0 Disclosurewillingness to communicate who you are 0 Intimacy Built from DisclosureWe can judge the relationship on the amount ofintimacy 0 Social Penetration Looking at what we call depth and breadth I Breadth Different things in common with different people I Depth Center being more intimate Outer being less 0 Interpersonal Intimacy Degree in which a person s selfconcept is confirmed and accepted by another person 0 Powell s Level of Communication 5 Clich Communication 4 Facts or Biography 3 Attitude Personal Ideas 2 Personal Feelings 1 Peak Communication I The most intimate of communication such as asking someone to marry you 0 Trust The ability to believe someone or something 0 Our perception of other people 0 It is a thought process not a feeling or an emotion o 2 Things to look at I Trusting behavior 0 Things you must do 0 1 Their choice whether or not they will take the secret and use it to benefit or hurt you 0 2 You have to be aware that the outcome of the situation is completely dependent upon the other person 0 3 We firmly believe that the other person will use the secret to benefit us I Trustworthy behavior 0 How you behave when other people disclose information to you 0 Things you must do 0 1 You have to be aware that the person sharing information with you has a motivational OOOOO preference They are trying to convince you to do something 0 2 You have to recognize that the person has confidence in you and is relying upon you to confirm his or her expectations 0 3 You respond by exhibiting or acting in the expected way usually keeping your mouth shut 0 Failed Trust is a breach in Trusting and Trustworthy behaviors 0 Media and entertainment in uence us in our Behaviors 112008 0 The Idea of Passion 0 Type of Love 0 Eros Fast and erotic o Storge Comfortable love very even tends to be long lasting usually in relationships that last a long time o Ludus The style of love where we treat love as a game and we treat it as a very playful experience 0 Secondary Style of Love 0 Pragma combination ofludus and storge we experience a situation that we go through that we re very playful with love lots of irting going on in reality we are looking for someone who meets our criteria develops from ludus to storge o Mania combination of Eros and Ludus quotspring break love go off somewhere and meet someone its very irty very passionate but once the week is over its over passionate and quick not serious 0 Agape combination of storge and Eros yes we can combine erotic love with comfortable love usually with someone who is very passionate about their love and will continue for a long time usually in very long term commitment relationships and parentchild 0 Growth Stages we go through as a relationship grows 0 Individuals 0 Invitational Communication when you see someone somewhere and find yourself interested and somehow start a conversation I Environmental Spoiling maybe you see someone once maybe you see them a few times here and there you develop an expectation of them and then you finally talk to them and they completely miss all ofyour expectations 0 Explorational Communication exploring the relationship and seeing where it can go Intensifying Communication this is where we have entered into the relationship more selfdisclosure and start to tell more about ourselves see a great deal of intimate language tend to start to develop our own way to talk to that person create our own relationship jargin nicknames or silly phrases or other things that are inside things between only you two 0 0 Commitment have that look towards the future planning our lives together 0 Navigation Working and maintaining our relationship 0 Relational Culture We create relationship rules maybe we say the same things to each other before we go to bed or in the morning something that happens everyday could be someone putting coffee on everyday in the morning or cooking breakfast etc some are talked about and decided and some are implied 0 Place making deals with that fact that you have to make physical space in your life for this person you have to give them time put them on your priority list physically make space for this person in our life maybe clear a drawer for them or something ifyou are unable to make space for this person in your everyday life your relationship will fail 0 Everyday Interactions If the relationship is going to work we need to have time for small talk sit down and chit chat lack of this is why long distance relationships tend to have problems harder to make time for small talk and it tends to cause problems find any time and just check in with the person and talk about anything random one of the most important things to maintain a relationship but easily overlooked o Deterioration of Relationship 0 Dyatic Breakdown where we start to limit or lose our communication of our everyday interactions and the relationship starts to break down we also start to see the relationship in the relational culture changes from things that are normally done 0 Intraphysicic Phase we start to notice those differences in communication and relational culture and we start to analyze it and question and wonder what is happening with the relationship 0 Dyatic Phase We begin to question our partner about the changes in the relationship and the changes in the relational culture where we start to talk to the person about the problems in the relationship 0 Social Support we begin to talk to friends and family members about the problems in our relationship usually means there is a serious problem in the relationship lean on them to find a way to fiX the problem or help you understand what is going on and why its creating a problem 0 Grave Dressings Final phase ofdeterioration kind of what happens when its going to end we mourne or regret the end of a romantic relationship everyone handles it differently and in different amounts of time 0 Abuse Cycle Works its way down and back around 0 Honeymoon Period everything s fine and everyone is happy 0 Tension someone can be unhappy or something happens that causes stress in the relationship o Explosion this is where tension builds up and the Violence happens 0 Remorse person is sorry and says they will never do it again and they love you


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