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SPCM4900 Notes - Message Context Communication Models...

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… The process by which people create and send signals or messages that are received, interpreted, and responded to by other people. Intimacy (verbally): “I love you” Nonverbally: kiss, hug, holding hands Applied to CMC: online dating, FB, text message, etc.
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- Dynamic: language might have different meanings depending on who you’re talking to - Transactional: constant process of communication through simultaneous exchange of ideas - Multifunctional: both functions of content and relationship - Multimodal: nonverbal v. verbal modes Filters: Different cultural backgrounds Social norms Psychological: Stereotypes and preconceptions
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Computer: umbrella term to refer to all technology used for communication on, through, and about Social Media interchangeable with CMC Communication Key Components: Sending Channel Receiving
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Unformatted text preview: Message Context Communication Models: Linear: one sender, one receiver-Example: teacher lectures/talks the whole time and no one responds-One group speaks the whole time, one listens the whole time Sender Receiver Interactional: Responding to the sender Sender Receiver Transactional:-Both groups can send messages simultaneously -Face-to-face context: nonverbal communication makes transactional possible-Example: sender speaks and at the same time the receiver responds nonverbally (ex smile) Sender Receiver Thursday: “Modern Marvels: Digi-tech”-Documentary-15 minutes-First In-Class Activity Homework: Reading 1 (What Americans like about being online”) on ELC Website Critique Project-Group 19 : Jennifer Williams, Franklin Wu, Jasmine You, Azimdars-Twitter...
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2011 for the course SPCM 4900 taught by Professor Shim during the Spring '11 term at UGA.

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