Communicatiohns C1

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  1. 5 parts of communication process
    • participants
    • messages
    • context
    • channels
    • interference
    • feedback
  2. participants are what part of communication
    who
  3. messages are what part of communication
    what
  4. channels are what part of communication
    how
  5. interference is what part of communication
    noises
  6. messages can be what two things
    meanings and symbols
  7. putting your feelings into words
    encoding
  8. what is decoding
    recieving and interrupting messages
  9. form is
    organization
  10. why is form good in communication
    to deliver the message better. if it is a complex message organize it into sections to make sure all parts are addressed
  11. 5 examples of context
    • physical
    • social
    • historical
    • psychological
    • cultural
  12. physical context includes (4)
    • location
    • temp
    • lighting
    • distance
  13. social context includes
    relationship betwseen two people
  14. historical context is
    background between two people
  15. psychological contexts is (2)
    moods and feelings
  16. cultural context is (4)
    values, beliefs, how we were raised, religion
  17. route traveled is
    how the message gets to a person`
  18. ex of route traveled
    straight to them via email
  19. means of transportation and ex
    how it got to them ex email
  20. interference can be (2)
    • physical or psychological
    • `
  21. physical interference includes (2)
    sight and sounds
  22. psychological interference includes (2)
    internal distractions and semantic noise
  23. internal distaction is
    the mind
  24. semantic noise is aroused by
    symbols
  25. what is semantic noise (3)
    reaction by emotion, pick up on key terms, oh that reminds me
  26. feedback is
    reactions you get
  27. ex (2) of feedback
    eyeroll or laugh
  28. 4 types of communication settings
    • intrapersonal
    • interpersonal
    • small group communication
    • public communication
  29. intrapersonal
    talking to yourself
  30. interpersonal
    informal talking between two people
  31. small group communication is
    3 to 25 people
  32. public communication is
    delivered to public audience of 25 people or more
  33. communication is (7)
    • has purpose
    • is continuous
    • messages vary in conscious thought
    • is relational
    • is guided by culture
    • has ethical implications
    • is learned
  34. 5 reasons why we communicate
    • to develop and maintain our sense of self (identity)
    • meet social needs
    • to develop and maintain relationships
    • exchange information
    • influence others
  35. what is an ex of influencing others
    political ads
  36. 3 ways messages vary in conscious thought
    • spontaneous
    • scripted
    • constructed
  37. what is constructed
    think about and make up a story
  38. 2 ways communication can be relational
    • immediacy
    • control
  39. ijmmediacy are (6)
    liking, not liking someone, attracted or not attracted to someone, degrees and verbal clues
  40. control is
    one has control over the other
  41. culture is
    systems of knowledge shared by relatitively large group of people
  42. morals
    you have faith in God
  43. ethics
    you dont have faith in God
  44. 5 ethical implications
    • truthfulness and honesty
    • integrity
    • fairness
    • respect
    • responsibility
  45. ethical dilemia
    act out spontaneously
  46. truthfulness and honesty cause
    ethical dilemas
  47. integrity is
    keeping promises
  48. 2 ways communication is learned
    • increase competence
    • perceptions of competence
  49. how can we increase our competence
    continue learning

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