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Chapter 1 - Introduction to Interpersonal Communication...

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Introduction to Interpersonal Communication Chapter two
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When does communication occurs? A. The communication behavior perspective 1. The sender-oriented definition requires intent to send a message and use of a well-known communication code 2. The receiver-oriented definition The response of an organism to a stimulus, requiring some interpretation
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B. The communication process perspective (focuses on elements of interpersonal communication process) 1. The bilateral definition a. A sender must intend to send a message and a receiver must interpret a message 2. The shared-meaning definition requires that the intended meaning be essentially the same as the one received
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3. The interaction-oriented definition Interpersonal communication includes feedback C. The communication code perspective (focuses on the use of a particular code) 1. Signs and referents (basic elements of a communication code) a. A sign is anything that stands for something else b. Signals are signs that are designed for
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course SPCM 1500 taught by Professor Emmelhainz during the Fall '07 term at UGA.

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