Quiz1 - v. NTSC Video f. Digital Radio signals Digital...

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CDES 102 – Study Guide for Quiz #1 1. You should be able to recognize the definitions of each of the communication objectives that we are studying, and to recognize when they are defined incorrectly. [2 questions] a. Informing – passing data and/or information b. Explaining – passing logic and/or rationale c. Persuading – creating acceptance, belief, and/or motivation d. Instructing – creating understanding and/or skill e. Entertaining – creating a desirable effect for the receiver 2. You should be able to recognize examples of communication sources, and to identify things that are not sources. a. A person b. A group of people c. A machine d. A network of machines 3. You should be able to recognize examples of communication messages, and to identify things that are not messages. a. Data b. Text c. Sound(voice/music) d. Image e. Video f. Multimedia g. Ideas 4. You should be able to recognize examples of communication signals, and to identify things that are not signals. a. Text on a page b. Analog Radio signals iii. AM Radio iv. FM Radio
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Unformatted text preview: v. NTSC Video f. Digital Radio signals Digital radio Digital TV HDTV g. Pulses of laser light 5. You should be able to define the different categories of noise. 0. Physical noise 0. Thunder 1. Mechanical noise 1. The blender messes up the TV picture 2. Semantic noise 2. I saw that gas can explode. 3. Psychological noise 3. Audience anxiety, or hunger 4. Cultural noise 4. The Gerber Baby in the Philippines 6. You should be able to explain what feedback is in the communication model. 7. You should be able to recognize the reasons that a communication strategy is required, and to identify things that do not belong on that list. 5. We cant not communicate 6. When we choose to communicate, we cant completely control the audience 7. The context, which includes both meanings and noise, is mostly a given 8. In designing communication, we need to 9. Control those factors that we can 10. Take account of those factors that we cannot control...
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This note was uploaded on 05/11/2008 for the course CDES 102 taught by Professor Terrycurtis during the Spring '07 term at CSU Chico.

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