Lecture 2

Lecture 2 - I Conceptualizing Communication(Contextual A...

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I. Conceptualizing Communication (Contextual) A. Intrapersonal Communication 1. Within itself 2. Communication within a person. a. Write a note down for yourself. b. Self-talk etc. c. Thinking about other people, and processing information. 3. Researchers often study: a. Making attributions, forming impressions. b. Making attributions is when someone does something or says something to you and you make an attribution to why they said that. Ex. If someone says you look nice today, you could say thank you and take it as a compliment or you could think wait a minute what do they want? B. Interpersonal Communication 1. Communication with another (dyad) (families) a. Face-to-face or point-to-point b. Ex. Internet, phone, etc. c. Involves self-disclosure, relational development/intimacy. 2. Researchers often study: a. Making friends; becoming intimate/falling apart; conflict; nonverbal messages. C. Small Group Communication
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