Ch 4 Listening in Human Communication

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/14/11 Listening in Human Communication Unit 4 9/14/11 The Importance of Listening Task & Relationship benefits Establishing and communicating power Respond visibly but in moderation. Avoid adaptors. Open posture Modest notes Visual dominance behavior 9/14/11 The Listening Process Receiving Understanding Remembering Evaluating Responding Backchanneling cues { 5 E 3 D 0 A B -B 9 1 2 -4 9 E 0 -8 C E 7 -1 D 7 C 3 4 2 E 2 B 9 1 } Receiving { 9 8 7 B C A 0 6 -1 C 8 5 -4 6 B 2 -9 3 2 C -C 6 5 7 D F 7 B C D D E } Understanding { 9 C F D 2 6 B 8 -8 C 6 2 -4 6 B 6 -9 3 C 4 -4 7 5 0 7 6 0 C 0 7 F } Remembering { 5 F B F 7 A 3-8 4 1 6 -4 6 3 D -B 2 3 1 -D 4 E B 1 0 8 6 A F 6 7 } Evaluating { 7 D 1 5 1 0 E F -E 1 9 -4 8 B -8 4 8 -9 2 0 8 3 9 8 D C 4 } Responding 9/14/11 Listening and Culture Language and Speech Accents Translation differences Nonverbal behaviors Display rules- cultural rules that govern...
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course SPCH 2713 taught by Professor Tukker during the Fall '06 term at Oklahoma State.

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