Comm_ Model (revised Fall 05)_1-24-06 Tues

Comm_ Model (revised Fall 05)_1-24-06 Tues - Noise Noise...

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Communication Model I. Definition “Interpersonal Communication is the process whereby one stimulates meaning in the mind of another through verbal and/or nonverbal means.”
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II. Model of Communication Source
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II. Model of Communication Source Message Encoding
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II. Model of Communication Source Message Channel Encoding
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II. Model of Communication Source Message Channel Receiver Encoding Decoding
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II. Model of Communication Source Message Channel Receiver Encoding Decoding Feedback
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II. Model of Communication Source Message Channel Receiver Encoding Decoding Feedback
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Unformatted text preview: Noise Noise Noise I. Ensuring Message Quality A. Organize Message-- know your purpose-- drop what’s unimportant -- “chunk” what is important B. Use Redundancy-- Offer 2 examples for any concept-- Beware of seductive details-- Follow “tell-show-do-respond” A. Focus on Schemas- A schema is a category system for storing information D. Ask Questions-- Open-ended-- Advice vs. question-- Empowering questions-- Avoid taking position too soon-- “Shut-up!” Let them talk...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course CMS 315M taught by Professor Daly during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas.

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Comm_ Model (revised Fall 05)_1-24-06 Tues - Noise Noise...

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