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Comm study guide - Instrumental goals getting others to behave in ways we want Linear Communication Model depicts communication as somethinig a

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Instrumental goals- getting others to behave in ways we want Linear Communication Model- depicts communication as somethinig a sender “does to” a receiver Sender-person creating the messages Encodes- puts thoughts into symbols, usually words Message- inifo being transmitted Channel- medium through which the message passes Receiver- person attending the message Decodes- makes sense of the message Noise- distractions that disrupt transmission Transactional communication model- updates and expands the linear model to better capture communication as a uniquely human process Environments- fields of experience that affect how they understand others’ behavior Communication- transactional process involving participants who occupy different but overlapping environments and create relationships through the exchange of messages Quantitative- any interaction between two people usually face to face Dyad- two people interacting Qualitative- occurs when people treat one another as unique individuals regardless of the
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2011 for the course COMM Communicat taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '09 term at Kennesaw.

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