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Unformatted text preview: Communication Communication Communication is the process of acting on information Human Communication Human Communication Human Communication is the process of making sense of the world and sharing that sense with others. Interpersonal Communication is a special form of human communication that occurs when we interact with another person and mutually influence each other. 3 factors of interpersonal communication involves simultaneous interaction mutual influence fundamental means to manage relationships Models of Interpersonal Communication Models of Interpersonal Communication Linear models Interactive models Transactional models Human Communication as Human Communication as ACTION Human communication is linear, with meaning sent or transferred from source to receiver. source receiver Linear Models Linear Models Shannon/Weaver Model (1949) information source (thought or emotion) Transmitter (conveyor of thought/emotion) Receiver (person who decodes the thought/emotion) signal, received signal & message (written, spoken, etc.) Channel (pathway through which message is communicated – cell phone, text message, email) Noise (interference) Message Transfer Model Action View Message Transfer Model Signal Received Signal Information Source Transmitter Channel Receiver Destination Message Noise Source Communication Models Communication Models Message Exchange models emphasize human communication as Interaction 1940’s/50’s two new components added to earlier model feedback context Human Communication as Human Communication as INTERACTION Human communication occurs as the receiver of the message responds to the source through feedback. This interactive model views communication as a linear action­reaction sequence of events. Message source receiver Feedback Message Transfer Model Interaction View Message Transfer Model Noise Noise Noise Information Source Message Channel Message Receiver Feedback Noise Context Human Communication as Human Communication as TRANSACTION Human communication is mutually interactive. Meaning is created based on a simultaneous sharing of ideas and feelings. This transactive model most accurately describes human communication. source receiver Communication as Transaction Communication as Transaction Viewed as most realistic model for interpersonal communication Adds idea of simultaneous interaction of components Adds notion of message creation Participants mutually define symbols used in episodes of interaction Meaning created based upon mutual, real­time sharing of ideas and feelings Message Creation Model Transaction View Message Creation Model Noise Source/ Receiver Channel Message/Feedback Message/Feedback Source/ Receiver Noise Noise Communication Models Communication Models Overview Human Communication as ACTION Human communication is linear, with meaning sent or transferred from source to receiver. Human communication occurs as the receiver of the message responds to the source through feedback. This interactive model views communication as a linear action­reaction sequence of events. Human communication is mutually interactive. Meaning is created based on a simultaneous sharing of ideas and feelings. This transactive model most accurately describes human communication. Human Communication as INTERACTION Human Communication as TRANSACTION ...
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