SPCM1500 Exam 1 Notes 4 - Thumbs up L aughing Wink (Email)...

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Talking Singing Laughing Crying Instrumental Song Honk a horn Scream Awkward cough Thumbs up Wink Raising eyebrows Shifting eyes Body language Wave Typing (Email) Sign-language Writing a letter Texting SPCM1500 7/21/11 : Communication Codes Types of Communication Codes Verbal - Language: the system made of verbal symbols and grammar - Verbal symbols: words or vocabulary that make up language - Grammar: set of rules dictating how words can me combined to create meaning Nonverbal - Communicating without the use of words Vocal - Use of noise to convey meaning Non-vocal - Conveying meaning silently VERBAL NONVERBAL VOCAL NON-VOCAL Emphatic Communication - Combining verbal and vocal codes to create meaning within a communication episode that cannot be conveyed by purely verbal or purely vocal elements - Example: “I didn’t say you were stupid” o Meant to refer to someone else (YOU) o Meant to refer to past not present (WERE) o Meant to refer to someone else calling you stupid (I) o Meant to refer to not saying it out loud (but perhaps thought it) (SAY)
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- Depending on which word you put the emphasis on to change the meaning of the
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2011 for the course SPCM 1500 taught by Professor Emmelhainz during the Summer '07 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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SPCM1500 Exam 1 Notes 4 - Thumbs up L aughing Wink (Email)...

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