CMN003TEXTSTUDYGUIDE

CMN003TEXTSTUDYGUIDE - Phy 1 CMN003 LECTURE STUDY GUIDE...

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Phy 1 CMN003 LECTURE STUDY GUIDE INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION 1.) What are variables in communication? a.) intentional vs. unintentional b.) received vs. not received 2.) Regarding the relationship between behavior and communication, what are the 4 possibilities of behavior? (What’s an example of each?) a.) intentional and received- communication as an exchange b.) unintentional and received- receiver oriented definition c.) intentional and not received- sender oriented definition d.) unintentional and not received- behavior but not communication 3.) Which of the 4 possibilities of behavior does everyone agree IS communication? a.) intentional and received- communication as an exchange 4.) Which of the 4 possibilities of behavior does everyone agree is NOT communication? d.) unintentional and received- behavior but not communication 5.) Which of the 4 possibilities of behavior do some people label as communication and others don’t? Why are these controversial? b.) unintentional and not received- receiver oriented definition c.) intentional and not received- sender oriented definition 6.) What is communication apprehension? -Many people feel apprehensive when speaking publicly -Most people feel some degree of anxiety when giving public speeches 7.) How many Americans report experiencing anxiety? -85% of Americans report fear of or experience anxiety when public speaking. 8.) Which communication contexts do people experience anxiety? -public speeches, small groups, one-one-one conversations, and mediated 9.) What are the 3 treatments for speech anxiety? What’s involved in each one and how do they help to reduce speech anxiety? a.) Systematic desensitization: physiological symptoms- it focuses on identifying and reduces physiological symptoms that responses to fear. b.) Cognitive restricting (helps you think differently): self talk- it focuses on replacing one’s self talk with realistic and encouraging self talk. c.) Skills training: basic skills- practicing and developing the basic skills associated with effective communication. 10.) What does Motley say are the reasons why people experiences stage fright? What is the primary reason? He said because some sources of fear are childhood education, traditional p-s instruction, and false assumptions about what constitutes effective p-s. The primary reason is a “performance orient” to public speaking which is at the root of fear. Phy 1
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Phy 2 11.) What is the difference between a “performance orientation” to public speaking and a “communication orientation” to public speaking? -The difference is that performance orientation is the root of fear in public speaking. Communication orientation is those people who experience healthy levels of stage fright in
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