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Chapter 1 - What is Communication?
Transcript of Chapter 1 - What is Communication?
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Introductory Speech Assignment Details (CIA p. 93)
Communication Metaphors/Models (CIA p. 13-14)
"The collaborative process of using messages to create and participate in social reality" p. 7.
How does one not communicate?
What are the 4 Communication Metaphors?
Based on telephone & radio
Communication as "a linear, one-way transfer of information" (p. 13).
Does that sound like communication?
Coined by William Schramm - 1954
Adds 2 components to the transmission model:
fields of experience
"Beyond relaying messages back & forth" (p. 15)
We simultaneously act as "
" & "
Participants are impacted by "content" & "relationship"
Communication as Social Construction
This model "stresses that communication shapes and creates the larger social realities in which we operate" (p. 40).
Participants work together and co-create meaning.
Messages are interpreted differently
What influences our perceptions of messages?
Introductory Presentation Assignement
Rubric - p. 95
Use a song or object to tell the audience who you are or a unique aspect of your character
You may use 1 notecard during your presentation. This should not be a memorized speech.
Read CIA Chapter 2
CIA p. 13-14
Online Activity #1: Due Sunday 9/4 by 11:59pm via Blackboard
Read CIA Chapter 2 before coming to class on Tuesday