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Role of Communication in Society

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Ise Lacsamana

on 17 November 2014

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Role of Communication in Society
Public communication has been holding societies together.
Speeches are used for self-definition.
Primary Elements of Speech
Message
Speaker
Listeners
Channels
Situation
Topics for Today
A. Process of Communication
B. Importance of Speeches n Society
C. Primary Elements of Speech
D. Communication Rules
E. Mutual Influence
Cummunis- to work publicly together
Communication- bonds people together
Importance of Speeches in Society
Speeches are used to spread
information through a community
Speeches are used to debate questions of fact, value and policy in communities
Speeches are used to bring about individual and group change
speaker
(source)
listener
(receiver)
Channel
Situation

Feedback
The Message
A. Content ( Referential & Relational)
B. Structure (Numbering/Full Outline)
C. Style (Personal/Impersonal, literal
or ironic,plain or elevated, poetic
or philosophical
(Verbal/Non Verbal Symbols)
The Speaker
- personal experiences, past experiences, motivation, personal characteristics
A. Speaker's Purpose
B. Speaker's Knowledge
C.Speaker's Attitudes
D.Speaker's Credibility
The Listeners
A. Purpose
B.Knowledge of the Subject
C. Level of Listening Skills
D. Attitude
The Channel
A. Aural Channel
B. Visual Channel
C. Tactile Channel
D. Olfactory Channel
E. Gustatory Channel
The Communication Situation
Physical Setting
Social Context
Communication Rules
Mutual Influence
(Labor Day, Independence Day, Dedication of Monuments, other important occasions)
SONA
Press conferences of different departments
1- BE HONEST -

2-TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE QUALITY OF YOUR COMMUNICATION

3- DON'T MAKE ASSUMPTIONS.

4- ASK QUESTIONS -
5- RECOGNIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF LANGUAGE -

6- Evaluate a person's behavior. The issue or problem being dealt with. Not the person.

7- Avoid being right, righteous, dominating or being dominated.

8- AVOID MAKING OTHER PEOPLE WRONG

9- BE POSITIVE -
http://lacommunicationselonmartine.over-blog.com/pages/9_BASIC_RULES_FOR_EFFECTIVE_COMMUNICATION-1508369.html
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