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Communication Class 3

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Communication 101 Fall 2011 Class 3
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Optional Presentation Title Unit Name Five Levels of Communication Intrapersonal Interpersonal Group Public Mass *Mediated*
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Optional Presentation Title Unit Name It all started… Rhetoric (public communication)
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Optional Presentation Title Unit Name Development of Speech and Journalism Early twentieth century 1920’s – 1940’s 1950s 1960’s
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Optional Presentation Title Unit Name Popularity Grows… Communication is a Discipline, Activity, and Profession
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Unformatted text preview: • Communication vs. Communications Optional Presentation Title Unit Name The Information Age • Hybrid media – Converging media Optional Presentation Title Unit Name Communication Today • Continues as the center of a strong discipline in its own right. • Links scholars and practitioners from many other fields. Optional Presentation Title Unit Name Assignment 1...
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