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Set of values, beliefs, customs, rules handed down through generations.
Method used to deliver message from encoder.
comm. that flows from superiors to subordinates
Listen to another and restate the message in own words.
one who fakes or pretends to listen.
comm. that takes place with just two people
recognize response of a receiver to a senders message.
Listening challenges that are external- in the environment.
Listening barrier within the person the hinders decoding a message.
One who attaches meaning to words, symbols, behavior.
A group that has a clear identity with the encompassing group.
Comm. that flows from subordinates to superiors.
using words or ideas from another author without citing the source.
One who takes a practical approach to problems.
Comm. that delivers a cloudy or unclear message.
Exchange of active comm. simultaneously
An individual system of moral principles
Creating and sharing info between two or more people
Persons pride in own heritage leading to "better than others" attitude
Process of understanding info within ones self
Categorize people, events, objects without regards to others.
One who creates a message and choose channel to deliver message.
Nonverbal term for time messaging or structure of time
Assign, Attend, Respond, Remember
Nonverbal term for space around you.
Specific terminology used within a particular group or business.
Comm. involving messages expressed other than linguistically.
Nonverbal term for touch (shake hands, embrace)
Unimportant terminology that quickly goes out of fashion
Man-made objects stressing or distinguishing character.
Nonverbal study of body movement, facial, appearance.
Power message used to comm. feelings/prevents verbal.
Condition of group unwilling to examine ideas to maintain harmony
Approach to idea that encourages free thinking/ minimizes conformity
Statement between two parts to understand relations of parts and thesis
Reflective Thinking Method
John Deweys problem solving method
A single sentence that summarizes the central idea of a presentation
Informal unspoken rules about what behavior is appropriate.
Collection of people who are not experts but interact to reach a goal.
Concrete statement of what speakers what audience to remember
Collection of competent experts collaborate, support, to reach a common goal.
Subjective meaning of a word because of associates it evokes
Decision making method when whole group supports the decision.
Broad purpose of a speech
Standard dictionary definition of a word
Speech that changes an attitude, action, belief or behavior.
An argument that sounds logical but is flawed by errors of reasoning.
Vocal disruptions or filler words that distract in a formal speech
Persuasive force that comes form audience belief in speaker.
Lose your audience because you are reading everything from the page.
recite word for word
Planned, researched, rehearsed