COmmunication Perspectives

COmmunication Perspectives - learned Purposes for...

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1 Communication Perspectives
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The Communication Process The Communication Process Participants Messages Meanings Symbols Form (Organization) Context Physical Context Social Context
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The Communication Process The Communication Process Cont. Cont. Historical Context Psychological Context Cultural Context Channels Interference (Noise) Feedback
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Communication Settings Communication Settings Interpersonal communication context Group communication context Public communication context
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Communication Principles Communication Principles Communication has purpose Communication is continuous Communication messages vary in conscious thought Communication is relational
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Communication Principles Cont. Communication Principles Cont. Communication is guided by culture Communication has ethical implications Communication is
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Unformatted text preview: learned Purposes for Communicating Purposes for Communicating • To develop and maintain our sense of self • To meet our social needs • To develop relationships • To exchange information • To influence others Ethical Standards Ethical Standards • Truthfulness • Integrity • Fairness • Respect • Responsibility Communication Competence Communication Competence • The impression that communicative behavior is both appropriate and effective in a given situation • Motivation • Knowledge • Skills • Credibility • Social ease Communication Improvement Goals Communication Improvement Goals • State the problem • State the specific goal • Outline a specific procedure for reading the goal • Devise a method of determining when the goal has been reached...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course SP 151 taught by Professor Hendrickson,b during the Spring '08 term at University of Hawaii, Manoa.

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