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Unformatted text preview: 4 Defining Characteristics of Interpersonal Communication 1. Dynamic (Constantly Changing) 2. Transactional (Mutual) 3. Dyadic (Dyadic) 4. Impact (How Meaningful?) National Communication Association (NCA) A professional organization representing teachers and scholars of speech and communication in the U.S. Defines communication as the process through which people use messages to generate meanings with and across contexts, cultures, channels, and media. Process Communication unfolds over time through a series of interconnected actions carried out by the participants. Five features that characterize communication: 1. Process 2. Message 3. Contexts 4. Channel 5. Media Interaction The result of people exchanging a series of messages. The Maxims of the Egyptian Saga Written by Ptah Hotep and one of the earliest books written. Encouraged people to be truthful, kind, and tolerant in their communication. Rhetoric Compromises the theory and practice of persuading others through speech. 3 practical objectives of public speaking 1. To instruct 2. To please 3. To win over 5 steps to speech crafting 1. Invention 2. Arrangement 3. Style 4. Memory 5. Delivery Social Psychology...
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