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Chapter 1 Principles of Communication COMM 200 Dr. Gibbs 1/24/11
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Defining Communication Communication  is a social process in  which individuals employ symbols to  establish and interpret meaning in their  environment.
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Key Terms Social Process Symbolic Meaning Environment
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Communication is symbolic Symbols are abstract Symbols are arbitrary Symbols are ambiguous
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Models of Communication Linear           sender                    receiver Interactional sender receiver Transactional           sender/                  receiver/           receiver                  sender feedback
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Linear Model Figure 1.3: Linear Model of Communication
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Sources of Noise Semantic Noise Physical Noise Psychological Noise Physiological Noise
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Critiques of the Linear Model Regards listeners as passive (no  feedback) Assumes there is only one message in  communication process  Assumes communication has a  beginning and an ending
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