Lesson1 - Torrey Eason 5.29.2009 JOUR 1023 Lesson 1 1....

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Torrey Eason 5.29.2009 JOUR 1023 Lesson 1 1. Today I told to my roommate that we need to go buy groceries sometime in the near future. This is an example of interpersonal communication. I also sent an e- mail to one of my friends from New Mexico to see how his summer was going. This serves as an example of machine-assisted communication. I wanted to know the score of last night’s NBA finals game, so I checked my local newspaper’s sports section to find it. The newspaper serves as an example of mass communication. 2. Body language can be used as channel because some people choose to communicate messages using non-verbal physical gestures, like shrugging shoulders, pointing or fixing their eyes or mouth a certain way. This then allows the receiver to counteract that non-verbal communication or in other words, offer some feedback. Body language is used often in TV. They may not be seen on camera but, body language in the form of cues are used frequently on news sets to signal the anchor to start reporting or by a producer to hype up a studio audience
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This note was uploaded on 06/22/2009 for the course JOUR 1023 taught by Professor Purvis during the Summer '08 term at Arkansas.

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Lesson1 - Torrey Eason 5.29.2009 JOUR 1023 Lesson 1 1....

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