Communications

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Communications
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2010-10-05 21:00:48
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Communications mid term
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  1. 2 people, classified as interpersonal
    Dyadic communication
  2. 3 or more people, ideally, number of people needed to complete a task
    Small group communication
  3. 1 speaker, large unseen audience
    Mass communication
  4. 1 speaker, message with specific purpose, audience is present
    Public speaking
  5. General purposes for speaking
    To inform, to persuade
  6. Reasong for special occasion speaking
    toast, eulogy, introduction
  7. Clearly expresses the central idea of your speech, phrases about main points
    Thesis statement
  8. Using demographics and appropriate material
    Audience analysis
  9. Welcomes your audience, catches attention, speech purpose
    Introduction
  10. Main ideas, supporting material, transitions
    Body
  11. Restate speech purpose, leave audience with something to think about
    Conclusion
  12. The fear associated with actual anticipated communication to an audeince
    Public Speaking anxiety
  13. Conducted by you, original firsthand information
    Primary research
  14. Finding information through library, internet, others
    Secondary research
  15. Searchable place which information is stored and can be retrieved
    Database
  16. May be based on fact, but twisted to skew the audience
    Propaganda
  17. Refers to somehting that is not true
    Misinformation
  18. Deliberate falsification of information
    Disinformation
  19. Words placed between key words
    Boolean operators
  20. Words or phrases that get from one idea to the next
    Transitions
  21. Express important ideas, answers specific purpose
    Main points
  22. To communicate knowledge, raise awareness, provide additional information
    The informative speech
  23. Not needed in an informative speech
    a call to action
  24. Types of Informative Speeches
    Objects, People,Events, Processes, Issues, Complex Issues
  25. Defining the root or historical meanings of a word
    Etymology
  26. Proccesses
    Speech of Demonstration
  27. Detailed descriptions of persons, places, or things
    Speeches of Explanation
  28. Organizational Patterns
    spatial, topical, narrative, cause-effect, problem-solution, chronological, circular
  29. Preparation outline, rought draft, full sentence
    Working outline
  30. Nearly how the speaker plans to deliver the speech
    Formal outline
  31. Speaker writes speeches in essay form not outline
    Manuscript method

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