Unformatted text preview: o Metacomplementary: in which A lets or forces B to be in charge of him; by the same reasononing, we could also add pseudosymmetry in which A lets or forces B to be symmetrical. Chapter 1:-Participants: are the people who communicate, asssumingthe roles of senders and receivers during the communication, Senders form messages receivers interpret messages and behaviors-Context: setting in which communication ecounter occurs: physical, social, historical, psychological, cultural -Messages: a persons verbal utterances and non verbal behaviors to which meaning is attributed during communication. -Meaning: thoughts in our minds and interpretations of others messages.-Symbols: words, sounds, actions that are generally understood to represent meaning 5 principles:- interpersonal communication is:- purposeful- continuous- transactional- relational- irreversible...
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- Spring '08
- Communication Arts, Non verbal behaviors, REVIEW SHEET Lecture, Senders form messages