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Communication Theori - Dance(1967 Watzlawick Beavin& Jackson(1968 Paradigm& Anomaly • Thayer(1968 • DeVito(2003 S M R E Encoding Encoding

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Introduction to Communication and Information Processes 04:189:101:03
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Theory Defined “A coherent group of tested general propositions, commonly regarded as correct, that can be used as principles of explanation and prediction for a class of phenomena” Source: Dictionary.com
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Communication Theory Defined Personal Theories Scholarly Theories
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(Communication) Models “A representation, generally in miniature, to show the construction or appearance of something.” Source: Dictionary.com
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Aristotle’s Theory of Rhetoric Ethos Pathos Logos
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Laswell (1948)
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Shannon-Weaver (1949)
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Schramm-Osgood (1954)
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Katz & Lazarsfeld (1955)
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Westley & MacLean (1955)
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Unformatted text preview: Dance (1967) Watzlawick, Beavin & Jackson (1968) Paradigm & Anomaly • Thayer (1968) • DeVito (2003) S M R E Encoding Encoding Decoding Decoding Person A Person B Environment Environment Frame of Reference (Code; channel) ( Feedback) External noise Internal noise Internal noise Noise (Code; channel) Frame of Reference Stimulus; Motivation Stimulus; Motivation Communication Model Source: Hamilton (2008) Communication Theories • Level – Micro – Meso – Macro • Clusters – Interpersonal – Organizational – Mass Media – Communication & Information Technology – Health – Language – Culture – Public Relations...
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Communication Theori - Dance(1967 Watzlawick Beavin& Jackson(1968 Paradigm& Anomaly • Thayer(1968 • DeVito(2003 S M R E Encoding Encoding

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