Chapter 4 - A SPEAKERS GUIDEBOOK 4TH EDITION CHAPTER 4...

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A SPEAKER’S GUIDEBOOK 4 TH EDITION CHAPTER 4 Listening
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Listening Hearing – physiological response Listening – active, cognitive process Feedback Loop   — Successful                            speakers adjust their  messages based on     reactions from listeners             in a  circular response.
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Competent Listeners Have more successful relationships Experience greater professional success Are better problem solvers Are more engaged citizens Learn from listening to other speakers
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Components of the Listening Process Mindfulness Physical reception of communication Selective perception of communication Organizing perceived communication Interpreting communication Responding to others nonverbally Remembering communication
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Selective Perception We pay attention to one message while ignoring another. For example, walking to your next class, you ignore your friend to answer your cell phone. Listeners pay attention to a message based on its importance, its relevance to listener, and the level of understanding.
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To occur, the speaker and listener must create meaning for the message together. A speech is not a monologue by which the speaker tries to impose her beliefs and thoughts on the audience like she would enter data into a computer. Speeches are
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