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CMST 1061 Study Guide for Final Model of Communication Sender Receiver Message - Verbal/nonverbal Channel - how are you sending the message (ex. Email, phone) Feedback - taking notes, eye contact Interference - External (lecturing then loud music plays) Internal (fight with friend/bf and keep replaying argument in head, being hungry or cold) Context/Situation - Classroom situation communicate different than at a bar, sports game, church, large classroom/small classroom Dynamic - is the process how each one effects the other, can’t isolate one, one always changing, how you deliver, audience and you can’t take back what you’ve already communicated Media and Technology effect the way we communicate, less face to face interaction, texts, emails, video meetings, less informal, constantly need to let everyone know something ex. Facebook status and twitter Modes of Communication Visual - Clothes, body movements, positions, what grabs your eye, symbols Tactile - touch, handshake, too touchy Olfactory/gustatory - smell and taste Auditory - sound 3 Areas of Communication Communication Theory - “Interpersonal” relationships, how we communicate in relationships Relationships - Forced into relationships (coworkers, classmates, family), relationships of choice More concentrated on predictability and quantative research 3 types of relationships Trust - what you disclose to them Intimacy - how much do you feel like you can be yourself in front of that person Power - the ability to get them to do something, persuade them
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Intrapersonal Communication - How you imagine something is going to play out, self talk, one on one communication, friendships, and relationship with mother/father, romantic, scripts on the first date how it changes to the fifth date Small group communication - work, sports communication, organization communication- work life, leadership, productivity, health communication- doctors/ patients, elderly, nurse staff, physical fitness Communication is effected by social context, environment context, and culture context, how you communicate in the morning and times of year (holidays) Rhetoric- is the study of persuasion, effective language use, the art of expressive speech, use of symbols to persuade An intentional source-created message with specific goals towards the audience A message between one person or a group Conveyed as a rhetorical act or rhetorical artifact (speech or protest, a work of art) doing it for a goal Rhetoric has 3 primary dimensions : 1. Human beings create messages
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2. Symbols are the medium for rhetoric 3. It’s goal is to persuade (influence) others a. To formulate a belief b. To initiate action c. To maintain action d. To alter perceptions e. To create a virtual experience f. To aid in understanding Rhetoric is concerned with social truths- depend on cultural values, situation, truths that are created and tested by groups Stages of Rhetorical criticism 1. Description 2. Interpretation 3. Evaluation What is Performance? All human communication encounters are performative in nature
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