COMM 101 Ch 1 Notes

COMM 101 Ch 1 Notes - The Interpersonal Communication Book...

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The Interpersonal Communication Book 12th Ed. By Joseph A. DeVito Chapter One: Foundations of Interpersonal Communication If your lips keep from slips Five things observe with care; To whom you speak, of whom you speak, And how, and when, and where. W.E. Norris I. Why Study Interpersonal Communication? Intellectual Benefits- theories Understand how, why and what Satisfy Needs for Knowledge or Forming Relationships Practical Benefits-skills Increase effectiveness in personal, social and professional life Obtaining Results You Want Health Benefits Importance of Interpersonal Communication Effectiveness as a Friend Professional Success Interpersonal Communication is Everyday Talking to Others Giving/Receiving Compliments Making New Friends Asking for a Date Instant Messaging Maintaining and Repairing Relationships Breaking Off Relationships Applying for Jobs Giving Directions Persuading a Supervisor II. Nature of Interpersonal Communication Interdependent Individuals What one person does impacts the other
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