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Introduction - Communication & Society 1 What is...

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1 Communication & Society
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What is Communication? Communication is a process embedded in our everyday lives that informs the way we perceive, understand, and construct our view of reality and the world (Carey, 1975). 2
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Types of Communication Interpersonal Communication Intrapersonal Communication Group Communication Mass Communication 4
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Inter personal Communication “Inter” means between One-on-one communication Lots of direct feedback (verbal and nonverbal) from “audience” – not one- way communication; rather, a dialogue 5
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Intra personal Communication “Intra” means within Internal (within-your-own- head) communication Also lots of feedback – especially if you have conversations with yourself or you have multiple personalities 6
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One-on- more-than- one communication Closer to one-way communication but sender can still get lots of feedback from audience. 7
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2010 for the course MC 64842 taught by Professor Sanders during the Spring '10 term at LSU.

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