Intro to Communication

Intro to Communication - o Use Information ← ← Types of...

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01/02/2007 18:10:00 Chapter 4 Notes-Human Communication and the Systems Approach     Communication and Messages Systems Approach includes: o System (interdependent) o Boundaries(inclusion/exclusion) o Environment(internal/external) o Closed system (tight boundaries) o Open Systems (fluid boundaries) o Living System (life cycle) Human beings operate in: o A living system o An open system o An environment Human Beings and open systems Give and take exchanges with environment Through communication Human Beings o Create information o Transform information-Schram o Send information  o Retrieve Information
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Unformatted text preview: o Use Information ← ← Types of Messages • Visual messages o Handwriting o Wealth o Looks o Education o Emotions o Upbringing o Culture o Physical Distance o Symbols • Tactile Messages o Affection o Hostility o Touch o Handshake • Olfactory messages o Cologne o Perfume o Food likes/dislikes o Danger • Gustatory messages o Taste of food o Hot/cold sensations o Sourness o Bitterness o Sweet o Juicy o Kissing • Auditory Messages o Verbal comm. o Thunder o Accents o Classroom lights o Chewing gum o Snoring o Janice’s “Oh my God” 01/02/2007 18:10:00 ← 01/02/2007 18:10:00 ←...
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course COMM 101 taught by Professor Lieberman during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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