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What is Communication

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Emily Lopez

on 31 July 2013

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Transcript of What is Communication

What is Communication?
Traits of Communication
Dynamic
Irreversible
Interactive
Contextual
How does Public Speaking fit in?
Aristotle's Rhetoric

- Audience and Context Centeredness

- Proofs
Ethos
Pathos
Logos

The Modern Speaker
Ethics
Critical Thinking
Cultural Awareness
Use and impact of Technology
Becoming credible through preparation, practice and delivery
What is Communication?
1. A process
2.Conscious or unconscious
3. Messages are verbal and nonverbal
4. Happens across levels
5. Process can be expressive, rhetorical, or accidental
6. Occurs on various levels
Sender
Receiver
Channel
Feedback
Noise
The Communication Process
NOISE
Environmental Noise
Physiological Noise
Semantic Noise
Syntactical Noise
Organizational Noise
Cultural Noise
Psychological Noise
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