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03.07.10 15:45 Printable Flash Cards Seite 1 von 32 http://www.flashcardmachine.com/print/?topic_id=566584 Term 1 Norms Definition 1 societal acceptable behavior, can be classified into Folkways, Mores and Taboos. Norms change over time and with how long you know someone. Term 2 Folkways Definition 2 casual guidelines for behavior in society, if broken its not too much of a problem, ex: wearing a tux to Mcdonalds Term 3 Mores: Definition 3 Strongly held norms, but not the strongest of norms, if broken there might be some light punishment, ex: naked in public
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03.07.10 15:45 Printable Flash Cards Seite 2 von 32 http://www.flashcardmachine.com/print/?topic_id=566584 Term 4 Taboos Definition 4 Norms that are held most strongly, breaking these can result in serious punishment and societal rejection ex: necrophilia Term 5 SEMCDR model Definition 5 a model that describes interpersonal communication with source, encoder, message, channel, decoder, reciever Term 6 SEMCDR Source: Definition 6 Originator of idea
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03.07.10 15:45 Printable Flash Cards Seite 3 von 32 http://www.flashcardmachine.com/print/?topic_id=566584 Term 7 SEMCDR Encoder: Definition 7 Takes the idea while still in the source stage and makes it something that is understandable Term 8 SEMCDR Message: Definition 8 broken into 3 parts, code, content and treatment. The code is a grouping of shared symbols the content is what is being communicated and the treatment is how the message is being delivered. Term 9 SEMCDR Message-treatment double- bind Definition 9 when the verbal and non-verbal cues in a message do not match
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03.07.10 15:45 Printable Flash Cards Seite 4 von 32 http://www.flashcardmachine.com/print/?topic_id=566584 Term 10 SEMCDR Channel: Definition 10 The way that a message is sent to the receiver, the medium used (phone, voice, internet). It is either communicated with high fidelity or low fidelity. High fidelity is when the message gets across with no distortion, Low fidelity is when something interferes with the message. Term 11 SEMCDR Channel-Low fidelity causes Definition 11 Low fidelity is caused by either internal noise or external noise. Internal noise is when someone’s internal factors such as culture affect how they might hear a message. External noise is when an external distraction such as actual noise makes it hard for the message to get across. Term 12 SEMCDR Decoder: Definition 12 The process that takes the encoded message and undoes the code in order to understand what was at the source.
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03.07.10 15:45 Printable Flash Cards Seite 5 von 32 http://www.flashcardmachine.com/print/?topic_id=566584 Term 13 SEMCDR Receiver: Definition 13 the person that the message is directed at Term 14 4 mechanisms of communication: Definition 14 Intrapersonal communication, Interpersonal communication, small group communication and mass (or public) communication Term 15 4 mechanisms of communication- Intrapersonal communication: Definition 15 communication from oneself to oneself, ex: alarm clock
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03.07.10 15:45 Printable Flash Cards Seite 6 von 32 http://www.flashcardmachine.com/print/?topic_id=566584 Term 16 4 mechanisms of communication-
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