COM212 - COM 212 1.15.09 Chapter 1 Research shows that IPC...

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Unformatted text preview: COM 212 1.15.09 Chapter 1 Research shows that IPC fills Physical and mental needs Identity needs, self presentation and formation of identity Social needs, create maintain relationships, marital success Practical needs, information transfer Three Models of Communication 1. Linear Source and Receiver News, tv, radio, web, face to face, phone, film Can be disrupted by noise.. psychological –thoughts, external, physiological 2. Interactional Feedback – main difference from linear model Feedback – two way conversation, sensory Environment – culture, identity, history 3. Transactional Simultaneous feedback, taking everything in from the audience at one time Is Communication Intentional or unintentional? – Both Is Communication Reversible? No. Can try, but you cannot totally reverse Is Communication Repeatable? No. Conversations are only in that specific time and place, cannot repeat COM212 1.20.09 Review – online review! Google: Adler, Rosenfield, Oxford… Should bring up oup.com… Click Companion Resources Student Resources Chapter 1 Communicative Competence Chomsky – distinguished competent and performance by explaining childhood language learning Internal grammatical knowledge, knowing where grammar goes from a young age Hymes – If you only speak one way you are not good at language, language is way more then grammar There is formality, dialects, social rules, etc Aspects of Communicate Competence (Effective and Appropriate) Varied Linguistic Repertoire – being able to reach many age groups Adaptable and Skilled Involvement (commitment, concern) Situational Learned (implicitly) Self Esteem and Self Concept What is Self? Who you define yourself as Babies usually take 6 months to become self aware of person A social product arising out of experiences with people Your self aspects, usually can be replaced Self Concept – beliefs about yourself Mental map concerning… Physical Characteristics (I’m short) Social Talents (I can talk to anyone) Intellectual Traits (I’m intuitive) Emotional Traits (I’m a happy person) How is It Formed? Reflected Appraisal – important friends, how we think they see us Social Comparison – reference groups, can be appropriate/inappropriate Other Messages Self Fulfilling Prophesy – self imposed, imposed by others (Horoscope) Distorted Feedback – when evaluation/appraisal does not match reality Those really horrible singers in the first rounds of American Idol Things you can do, where does idea first come from? Cognitive Conservatism – can develop and be flexible; mostly resists change, opinions conforming to negative self concept can be destructive Self Esteem Covered in 1.22.09 notes COM212 1.22.09 Ending up last time… (Review Models and Processes) Self Esteem – knowing about yourself and being happy with it are two different things Recent Surprises – are bullies, sexually active, and risk takers more likely to have low self esteem or high?...
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COM212 - COM 212 1.15.09 Chapter 1 Research shows that IPC...

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