COMM 200 Discussion Week 02 S

COMM 200 Discussion Week 02 S - COMM 200: Discussion...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/4/11 COMM 200: Discussion Section September 2, 2011 (Week 2) TA: Poong Oh
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10/4/11 What is Communication ? Goals/Functions of Communication Three Components of Communication What is Communication Theory ? Causal Relationship Components of Theory Goals of Communication Theory Today’s Agenda
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10/4/11 Process in which senders use messages to influence receivers Three components: What do we need to consider to understand the communication among people? What is Communication? 7%$!#$! @ Anything missing?
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10/4/11 Why do we want to communicate with each other? What can we do by communicating with each other? Classical: (1) Entertain S emotional effects (“sad” ‘ “happy”) (2) (3) ±ersuade S behavioral effects (“quit smoking”) Goals of Communication
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10/4/11 Effective : Concerning speaker’s goal Appropriate : Concerning social expectation Effective & Appropriate Communication
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10/4/11 “Communication is the verbal exchange of thought or idea.” “Communication is the process by which we understand others and in turn endeavor to be understood by them.” “Communication is the transmission of
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