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Comm 101 – 1/21/10 Communication and Me—Why Study Communication? 1. Ways of looking at communication Information Transmission paradigm Constitutive paradigm 2. Native/Personal theories Examples What is a native theory? What do we use them for? Some characteristics of native theories 3. Scholarly theories
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Unformatted text preview: • Characteristics of scholarly theories 4. Native/Personal theories about communication Comm 101 – 1/21/10 5. What do we mean by communication? • Different emphases of different definitions • Characteristics of communication • Definition • Problems with definitions 6. Communication as an academic discipline...
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  • Fall '08
  • Lieberman
  • Academia, Mathematical terminology, Native/Personal theories, scholarly theories, Information Transmission paradigm

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