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Context Communication
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The process of transferring meanings from sender to receiver. Information that surrounds a communication and helps convey the message.
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Messages Vulnerability
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At the beginning of Fatal Attraction, the family is undressed and practically naked (symbol). Often highly coded and implicit in high-context societies, such as Japan and many Arab countries.
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1. Sender meaning 2. Encoding 3. Medium 4. Decoding 5. Receiver interpretation Message
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Explicit since the speaker says precisely what he or she means in low-context societies such as the United States and Canada Communication process:
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Elaborate; Exacting; Succinct Indirect; Direct
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Implicit messages are used in collective, high context cultures (____), while explicit messages are used in individualistic, low context cultures (____). There’s a high quantity of talking in moderate uncertainty avoidance, high context cultures (____), a moderate amount of talking in low uncertainty avoidance, low context cultures (____), and low amount
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of talking in high uncertainty avoidance, high context cultures (____).
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Affective; Instrumental Contextual; Personal
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The focus is on the speaker and role relationships in high power distance, collective, high context cultures (____), and the focus is on the speaker and personal relationships in low Language is process oriented and the receiver is focused in collective, high context cultures (____), while language is goal oriented and sender focused in individualistic, low
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collective, high context cultures (____). context cultures (____).
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course MAN 4000 taught by Professor Laurynmigenes during the Spring '10 term at University of Central Florida.

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