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Chapter 13 Powerpoint Slides - Chapter 13: Using Media to...

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Chapter 13: Using Media to Communicate Interpersonally Fundamentals of Human Communication
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Chapter 13: Overview 1. Face-to-face versus mediated communication 2. Communicating with traditional media 3. Using telephone related systems 4. Using a computer to send messages
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Medium A device that moves information over distance so that people who are apart can communicate.
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Why Media Matter Media limit effective role-taking Media limit the adequacy of feedback
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How New Media Change our Lives They alter the communication process itself The telegraph is a good example
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Communicating with Traditional Written Media
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Letters Advantages Portable Hard copy Convenient Private Disadvantages Limits on length Slow delivery Skill with words needed
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Memoranda Advantages Leaves a memory or paper trail in an organization Brief and concise Disadvantages No legal protection Often interpreted as unimportant No immediate feedback
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Using the Telephone America: At least 800 million telephone calls every day
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Telephone Norms: Business Business calls During business hours Should not interpret a meal Telephone should not take priority Return calls promptly Identify who you are Ask if receiver has time to chat Business phones may not be private
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Personal calls Should children answer the phone? What time of day is it?
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