CGE17413_HCS_Lect2.pdf - CGE17413 Human Communication in Society LECTURE 2 COMMUNICATION MODELS This is a modified version of lecture originally

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LECTURE 2: COMMUNICATION MODELS Human Communication in Society CGE17413 This is a modified version of lecture originally developed by Ms. Rebecca LAU.
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Today… What is Communication?
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A F T E R T H I S L E C T U R E , S T U D E N T S S H O U L D B E A B L E T O : Intended Lecture Outcomes 1. Define human communication; 2. Describe basic communication concepts and models; and 3. Identify elements of communication.
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Definition of Communication A process ¡ is a natural continuing, dynamic activity or function that is hard to describe because it constantly changes. Understanding ¡ to perceive, to interpret ,and to relate our perception and interpretation to what we already know Sharing ¡ We give, experience or enjoy with others a sense of meaning or common understanding. Meaning ¡ to have in mind a purpose or convey an idea that we share through interaction “The process of understanding and sharing meaning (Pearson and Nelson, 2000, p.6). 動態 PUSM 感知 解釋 傳達
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What you think “Communication” looks like? WHAT are the key elements of Communication? WHO would be involved in Communication? HOW to do Communication (Channels)? Please DRAW a MODEL to represent the Communication Process!
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Communication Models and Concepts Linear M odel ¡ In early models (representations) or theories, the communication process was thought to be linear ¡ Speaker spoke and listener listened Speaker Listener Speaker Listener
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Communication Models and Concepts Interactional Model ¡ The speaker and listener were seen as exchanging turns at speaking and listening Speaker Listener Listener Speaker
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Communication Models and Concepts Transactional Model ¡ A more satisfying view than either the linear or interactional model. Says that each person serves simultaneously as speaker and listener . ¡ Encoding–decoding ¡ The elements of communication are interdependent ¡ A change in any element of the process produces changes in the other elements.
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Communication Models and Concepts Transactional model – Elements of Communication
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Communication Models and Concepts All human communication ¡ is distorted by noise ¡ occurs with a context ¡ involves some opportunities for feedback
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Elements of Communication Context Senders & Receivers Messages Channels Noise
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Communication Context All communication takes place in a context that has at
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