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Unformatted text preview: -Intentionality is not important to them; miscommunication is not a possibility, not worth wile because intent doesnt influence the message because the interpreter receives the message the way that he or she will choose. Present the argument offered by WBJ on behalf of their so-called axiom, one cannot not communicate. -Everything assigns meaning to something -A series of messages exchanged between persons will be called an interaction. -According to WBJ what are messages and where are they located? Is it clear where or whom meaning may be located?-The meaning of a message resides in the receiver -Aspects of communication: command aspect-relational, report-content of the message -example-I hate you said by a friend vs. someone coming up from the street saying it -Report-content:...
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- Spring '08