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COMM 3210 Human Communication Theory Study Guide – Exam 1 Exam Date – September 27, 2007 This is a list of terms and ideas from the readings and lectures. You need to review the readings as well as the lectures. Find the places in the reading and/or notes where each concept is discussed. For each term make sure that you know what is being discussed. This means not just being able to give the specific definition offered in the reading or lecture (if there was one), but being able to put these ideas into your own language and apply them to specific communicative events or situations. A good exercise in preparing for the exam would be to think about a specific communicative event (a classroom lecture, watching TV, talking to a friend) and to try to think about these concepts in relation to that – how would they fit? What would they tell you? Craig – How we talk about how we talk Communication culture what does this mean what are some reasons for claiming we live in a communication culture Metadiscourse what is this how does this relate to discourse or communication Communication as a frame what does this mean what other frames does communication compete with in understanding social problems what are the differences between framing problems as communication problems or under a different framework how is framing related to communication theory Deetz – Linear or system models of communication Linear model what are the assumptions of this model
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