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    Communication  Models
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Communication Models Static representation of dynamic processes No one model will capture all of  communication Perspectives differ - any model is colored by  the perspective of the person making it
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Different Models Verbal Model  - words Pictorial Model  - picture Verbal Pictorial  - words and pictures Iconic Model  - three dimensional 
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Shannon - Weaver  Mathematical Model (1949) Most influential of all early communication models
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Unformatted text preview: Wilbur Schramm Interpersonal Communication Model (1954) One of the first to alter the mathematical model of Shannon and Weaver Provided the additional notion of a field of experience Communication is reciprocal Frank Dance Helical Spiral Model (1967) The helix implies that communication is Continuous Unrepeatable Additive Accumulative...
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