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Speaking and Relating in the Information Age Chapter 1

by: Rachael Ring

Speaking and Relating in the Information Age Chapter 1 COM 101

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Rachael Ring
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Introduction to Communication
Addington, Samantha

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These notes helped me receive an A on my first exam. These notes are a condensed version of Chapter one containing all important information that should be taken from the chapter.
Introduction to Communication
Addington, Samantha
Class Notes
Com 101, Chapter 1
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Rachael Ring on Wednesday October 14, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to COM 101 at Central Michigan University taught by Addington, Samantha in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 37 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Communication in Journalism and Mass Communications at Central Michigan University.

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Date Created: 10/14/15
Intro to Speaking and Relatinq in the Information Aqe Types 1 Linear Model of Communication a Runs in one direction i 7 elements 1 Source Speaker ex watching tv EncodingTranslating ideas into words Message Idea that is communicated Channel How to message is communicated Receiver Listener Decoding Giving meaning to the message Noise Anything that alters the message after it s sent a Physical and Psychological 2 Interactive Model of Communication a Includes the process of feedback b 2 elements i Feedback Receiver s reaction to the message ii Environment Context in which messages are sent and received a Can both aid and impede the process b Physical and Psychological noise beliefs relationshipsvalues emotions 3 Transactional Model of Communication a Depicts the most accurate understanding of communication behavior i We play the roles of both sender source and receiver Information Aoe An age in which communication technology and media coverage and deeply permeates daily life Intrapersonal Communication Communicating internally with oneself thinking to yourself Interpersonal Communication Communicating with others Usually between two people fewer than six GrOUp Communication Interacting with a small but organized assembly of people More than six people Communication Competence A competent communicator is one who engages in appropriate and effective communication Appropriate Communication Does not violate relationally or situationally sanctioned rules Effective Communication Achieves the valid goal of the communicator Mvths about Communication 1 The more one communicates the better one s communication will be a This is false because you have to practice the right way If you practice wrong you re not getting better NFDF rbSDN 2 When two people are in an interpersonal relationship neither person should have to communicate needs and desires explicitly a This is false because no person can read minds you must communicate with one another 3 Interpersonal or group conflict is an indicator that the relationship or group is in danger a This is false because conflict is healthy to have in relationships It s all in the way you deal with it that can cause danger 4 Strong communicators are born not made a This is false because no one is born a strong communicator Practice makes perfect 5 The fear of public speaking is negative and must be eliminated a Nervousness means you care


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