Interpersonal+Communication (1)

Interpersonal+Communication (1) - Introduction to...

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Introduction to Communication and Information Processes 04:189:101:03
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Key Interpersonal Communication Variables Self-Concept Conversations Language Non-Verbal Elements Listening Trust Power Conflict
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Interpersonal Communication Defined Dyads Interpersonal Competence
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Characteristics of Interpersonal Communication Dynamic Unrepeatable and irreversible Learned Wholeness and Non-Summativity
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Five Communication Axioms 1. You cannot not communicate. 2. Every interaction has a content dimension and a relationship dimension. 3. Every interaction is defined by how it is punctuated. 4. Messages consist of verbal symbols and nonverbal clues. Interactions are either symmetrical or complementary.
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Cultural Awareness and Mediated Reality Individualist Cultures stress individual initiative and achievement. Collectivist Cultures stress loyalty to a group. High-context Cultures (Eastern) stress tradition and interpersonal harmony; communication style is indirect. Low-context Cultures (Western) stress explicit, direct communication. Role of the Media
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Dealing with different personalities Open Communicator Closed Communicator Feedback and Self-Disclosure
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Communication Styles Feedback Feedback Rarely Discloses Discloses Excessively Rarely Seeks Feedback Seeks Excessive Feedback Disclosure Disclosure
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The Closed Communicator Productive when allowed to work alone Productive when allowed to work alone Uncomfortable around people Uncomfortable around people Seldom communicates expectations Seldom communicates expectations Motivated by anxiety or fear Motivated by anxiety or fear Avoids conflict Avoids conflict Rarely Discloses Discloses Excessively Rarely Seeks Feedback Seeks Excessive Feedback Closed
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The Blind Communicator Motivated by over self-confidence
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