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Intro to Communication and Information

Intro to Communication and Information - E XAM 1 Next...

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EXAM 1: Next Tuesday (oct. 5) In the regular classroom during regular class period Bring pencil Material: textbook chapters 1,3,4,5, & 6 + lectures 50 multiple choice REVIEW SESSIONS sun oct. 3 9:00pm-10:30pm SC&I 212 (with Leon) Mon oct 4 9-10:30pm same place *Study only 7 models we studied in lecture not the other 3 from textbook Complexities of Communication Chicken Dinner: What Goes Wrong Here? *We used the invisible aspects (negotiation) to try to analyze what went wrong in the chicken dinner. Negotiation happened in chicken dinner example. Vivian creates confusion; Shane jealous of guy Vivian is calling and demands an account of Vivian’s version of reality. Her explanation/negotiation Is that they both call that guy and it’s a shared friend/relationship. ***SELF REFERENCE VS SELF REFELXIVITY Communication Iceberg Visible Aspects of Communication Interactants (people) Symbols Media/Technology Invisible Aspects of Communication Invisible Aspects of communication: -Negotiation > How is meaning arrived at? -Meaning -Learning -Subjectivity Help us make communication more tangible by using invisible aspects.
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Meaning How does meaning get made? Humans create meaning Learning First-order information-processing event Second-order information-processing event Subjectivity Negotiation How is meaning arrived at? MORE INVISIBLE ASPECTS: -Culture >the very fact that we think of symbols & artifacts as being cultural is invisible Similar to meaning the recognition of culture is embedded in our minds. > Meaning become intersubjective (=Shared) through communication with others.
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