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Communication as Social Influences- Frank Boster

EDS 877 By: Danielle & Tonya
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Tonya Taylor

on 27 September 2012

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Transcript of Communication as Social Influences- Frank Boster

IF YOU WANT TO SEE AN EXAMPLE ON HOW TO USE THIS TEMPLATE, PLEASE CHECK: Mass Communication Chapter 20-
Communication as Social Influences
By- Danielle & Tonya
EDS 877

Human communication involves information exchanges which involves people sharing messages.

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Social Media Influences of the 21st Century Chapter 20 Is Communication influenced by social media? EDS 877 Communication Social influence refers to a change in belief, attitude, or behavior or a combination of these factors.
Beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors Communication External messages always affect beliefs and all messages exert social influence. Social media may include cell phones,
television, facebook, google, Ipads, and more.
Is social MEDIA influencing your communication?

Communication as SOCIAL INFLUENCE
All statements by Frank Boster from his essay in Shepherd, 2006. Thanks for viewing our chapter 20 Prezi!
Happy Fall!
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