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Transcript of Chapter 1
Foundations of Human Communication
Let's Learn about the Communication Models!
Why should we study communication?
- the process of acting on information
- process of making sense out of the world and sharing that sense with others by creating meaning through the use of verbal and nonverbal messages
Be aware of your communication with yourself and others.
Effectively use and interpret verbal messages.
Effectively use and interpret nonverbal messages.
Listen and respond thoughtfully to others.
Appropriately adapt your messages to others.
Improve your employability!
Improve your relationships!
Improve your health!!
Should be understood
Should achieve intended effect
Should be ethical
Communication as Action
Communication as Interaction
Communication as Transaction
Components of the models:
Channel- Sight, Sound, Touch, Smell, Taste
Message- Verbal or Nonverbal
Noise- Literal or Psychological
Context- Historical, Physical, and Psychological
Human Communication as Action:
Message as Interaction:
Message as Exchange
Message as Transaction:
Technology has changed how we communicate:
As technology advances, mediated communication becomes more like face-to-face communication, but can never replace F2F.
We may never be alone since we are never unplugged, but we can miss out what is in front of us because we are constantly connected!
Content and Relationship Oriented
Governed by Rules
These five principles can be used in
the interpersonal communication context!
These five principles can be used in the group communication context!
These five principles can be used in the
presentational speaking context!
These five principles can be used in organizational and health contexts!