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2 ch languagedistortionp45p46 ambiguity vagueness

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Unformatted text preview: uum CH. 2. CH. Functions of Language (p.44­p.45) • • • • • Emotive language: expressive Phatic language: social task Cognitive language: convey information Rhetorical language: persuasive Identifying language: specifically naming CH. 2. CH. Language Distortion (p.45­p.46) • • • Ambiguity Vagueness Inferences CH. 3. CH. Innate neurological program (p. 61) Cultural and intercultural behavior (p.61­ p.64) CH. 3. CH. Verbal and Nonverbal Relationships (p.64­ p.67) • • • • Substituting Complementing Conflicting Accenting CH. 3. CH. Categories of Nonverbal Communication (p.67­) • Kinesics: Facsics, Ocalics, Gestics, Haptics, Body Synchrony, Artifatics, Physical characteristics • Proxemics • Paravocalics • Chronemics • Olfactics • Aesthetics • Gustorics CH. 4. CH. Listening Process (p.90­p.103) • • • • • Reception Attention Perception assignment of meaning Response CH. 4. CH. 5 Types of Listening purposes (p.103­ p.108) • • • • • Discriminative Listening Comprehension Listening Therapeutic Listening Critical Listening Appreciative Listening CH. 5. CH. Self­Talk: intrapersonally communicating within yourself (p.115­p.117) Self­Concept: the accumulation of knowledge about the self (p.117­p.122) Self­Love: accepting yourself as a worthy person because you choose to do so (p. 122) CH. 5. CH. Cognitive Processing (p.122­p.123) • The comprehending, organizing, and storing of ideas • Values, attitudes, beliefs • Cognitive dissonance CH. 5. CH. Types of Self (p.123­p.124) • • • Real Ideal Public CH. 6. CH. Self­Disclosure (p....
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