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Communication Notes

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Communication Notes 18:59 09/15/2010 Communication Studies  Chapter 1 Notes Contexts  Interpersonal:  – one on one interactions  Non verbal = who interrupts who more  Woman touching  Woman give more eye contact  Men interrupt more  Men have a bigger sense of personal space  Groups : how is a leader chosen? Organizations :  effect ways of communicated in an organization  How do you communicate up and down? Networking unofficial  How the grapevine works: how information travels speads about org.  Grapevine is usual right about 80 percent of the time  Public:  communication: a wide announcement  Media:   how interactive is it with you?  Some shows ask for more participation then others.  Twitter
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Facebook Ethics:   what’s right and wrong Absolutist: it’s absolutely never ok to do unethical things Relativist: it depends Truthfulness: how important is it to tell the truth? Situational  Sharing and withholding information  When do we share and when do we withhold information.  Benefit or harm of the message  Language Use:  In group or out group  Responsibilities of Receiver:  Topic Avoidance  Meaning denial  Disqualification  I<:>I<:>I<:>I<:>I<:>I<:>I<:>I<:>I<:>I<:>I<:>I<:>I<:>I<:>I<:>I<:>I<:>I<:>I<:>I<:>I<: >I
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Chapter 2 Communication Notes Where did communication come from? No written records Public Speaking  Ancient Greece Tradition traces itself through Rome and Greece: What was going on in Asia:  Persia, Turkey, and also Africa: Egypt  Make Greece the Birth Place of civilization  5 th  century BCE  communication  persuasion: taxes, war => public speaking. Get up and communicate your  opinion  criteria: men, white and citizen  communication was seen as only for men  rhetoric:  Said that communication was an art not a science. Have to be creative  Ethos – Credibility – Most important thing  Pathos – Emotional Appeals Logos – Rational Appeals 
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City states polis  deliberative  future forensic past epideictic  present  phrase  balance  Sophists  Gorgais => truth is relative  Vs. Plato => Truth is truth 
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Communication Notes 18:59 How Communication has Been Studied
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Communication Notes 18:59 Ancient Greece and Rome Democratic societies  Citizen participation vital to society’s functioning o Rhetoric key to persuading others – courtrooms, legislative bodies ect. Note “citizen meant free adult male  Truth and Rhetoric  Sophists  – early teachers or rhetoric  Persuasion paramount  Gorgias   (truth is relative)  v.  Plato  (truth is truth)  Aristotle : rhetoric is the “art of discovering all available means of persuasion  in a given situation.” Medieval Universities in Europe  Based on the system of “Seven Liberal Arts”
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