CMN 101 Lecture 1 on Introduction to Groups

CMN 101 Lecture 1 on Introduction to Groups - Introduction...

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Introduction to Group Concepts O’Hair Chapter 8
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Groups Groups are a normal part of life Every group is different: -Different purposes -Different people -Different relationships
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Small Group Communication Small Group Communication : Communication among a small group of people who share a common purpose or goal, who feel a sense of belonging to the group, and who exert influence on one another. Communication: The process of making sense out of the world and sharing that sense with others by creating meaning through verbal and nonverbal messages .
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How do Groups Communicate? What are the Key Components? Source/Speaker: Encoding – putting ideas, feelings, and thoughts into a code Receiver/Listener: Decoding-interpreting words and signals Message: Verbal, Nonverbal Channel: Sight, Sound, Touch, Taste, Smell Noise/Interference: Literal, Psychological *Context/Situation: The environment *Feedback : Response to a message (L to S)
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Process Model
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