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Verbal Communication Online

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Melissa Grossman

on 1 December 2016

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Transcript of Verbal Communication Online

Principles
and Theories
Verbal Communication
Language: Arbitrary, Symbolic Ambiguous, Open to Interpretation
Continuous
Irreversible
Conscious Scale
Emotional Scale
Purpose: Self, Relationships, Social Needs, Information, Influence
Principles
Sapir Whorf Hypothesis
Chomsky's Universal Grammar Theory
Theories
Transaction Model of Communication
Using Language
Syntactic: red house v casa roja
Semantic: lawyers and children
Pragmatic: use of gay
Rules of Language
Denotative v Connotative
Puns
Idiom
Irony and Sarcasm
Jargon
Slang and Urban Dict.
Cliches
Euphemism
Don't Argue Semantics with Me
Synchronous v Asynchronous
Abstract/Vague v Vivid/Specific
Biased - "You" and Gender Neutrality
Powerless - Hedges and Tags
Say What?!
Context
Physical
Social
Historical
Cultural
Dog
Dog
Linguistic Variations
Accent
Colloquialism
Dialect
Code Switching
Styling Speech
Common Ground Language
Repetition
Anaphora
Epiphora
Alliteration
Assonance
Pause for Effect
Antithesis
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