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Interpersonal Midterm Review Spring 2010 Dr. Coan
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Definition of Communication Communication is a process Communication is uniquely human Communication is a collective activity Communication is creative endeavor Communication is regulatory
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Jakobson’s Model of Communication Components (and functions) in a Speech Event Context (referential) Message (poetic) Speaker (emotive) Addressee (conative) Contact (phatic) Code (metalinguistic)
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Model: Factors and Functions Speaker = Encoder (emotive) expressive function of speaker Addressee = Decoder (conative) function of addressee (attempt/strive) Context = Speech Subject (referential) cognitive function of speech Message = particular instance of Parole (poetic) aesthetic function (sound shapes) of message Code = particular system of language (metalinguistic) “talking about talk”function of code Contact = medium of communication (psychological and physical)
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What is a Relationship? A constellation of behaviors A cognitive construct A mini-culture A collection of contradictory forces
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Characteristics of Relationships Awareness Coordinated Interaction Analysis and Evaluation Outside Influences Control Communication for Development and Maintenance
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Presentational Codes Nonverbal codes are presentational because you must be present to recognize them. Verbal and nonverbal codes are interwoven and change the ways in which we make meaning Gestures can enhance or detract from a speaker’s presentation
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Some Nonverbal Codes Chronemics Haptics, touch (Bodily Contact) Proxemics Orientation Appearance Head Nods Facial Expression (eyes, eyebrows, nostrils, mouth shape) Gestures (kinesics) Posture Eye Movement and Contact Paralinguistics
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Chronemics = Time Time and timing give meaning Is it “too” early to tell? Is she “late”? By whose watch? We interpret children and adults differently Timing The speed of an interaction – is it a “brush off” or are you so close you speak in “short hand”
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Haptics and Proxemics Haptics is touch Back patting, hand shaking, bumping, pinching, kissing, embracing, slapping, punching. Not always a good thing, often about power Proxemics is about space and distance Up close and personal or at “arms length”? Also often about power
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Orientation and Appearance Orientation is how bodies turn toward each other – can suggest intimacy, honesty, threat, attention Appearance is a “fashion statement” To be out of fashion is a fashion statement The combination of all attempts at “a look” Even is the attempt is to have “no look” Hairdo, piercings, jewelry, clothing, makeup
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Head Nods and Facial Expression Head nods are more common than we are aware of
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