Defining Communication 9-8

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Principles of Communication
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What is Communication? Communication is a process in which individuals employ symbols to establish and interpret meaning in their environment.
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Key Terms Process- it’s ongoing, unending, dynamic, constantly changing Symbolic- different words, gestures, etc Meaning- trying to use symbols to get across the same meaning that one is thinking Environment- where we are shapes our communication with others people
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Linear Model of Communication
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Sources of Noise Semantic Noise- linguistic influence on the reception of the message (when the message itself doesn’t make sense) Physical Noise- external noise in the environment Psychological Noise- cognitive influence on message reception (when theres a lot on your mind such as a breakup, etc) Physiological Noise- biological influences on
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Transactional Model of Communication
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Context for Communication Cultural context- the cultural climate in which a relationship is taking place Personal context- who you are, how you see
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