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Unformatted text preview: The Communication Process Communication as Action Noise Source Message Message Channel Receiver The Communication Process http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C- S54bbX6eA Voodoo Economics Can you identify the components?? The Communication Process Communication as Interaction Noise Source Message Channel Feedback Context Message Receiver The Communication Process http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MIQ8No2 “Literacola” Can you identify the components?? The Communication Process Communication as Transaction Source (s) Receiver (s) Communication Process http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=cvaVSjTxBUc The Accountants Clip Can you identify the components? Speaking with Confidence There are two kinds of There are two kinds of speakers; those that are speakers; those that are nervous and those that nervous and those that are liars. are liars. -- Mark Twain -- Mark Twain Speaking with Confidence Key things to remember: You feel more nervous than you look. Everyone experiences some degree of anxiety Everyone when speaking. when Anxiety can be useful. Speaking with Confidence Tips for overcoming speaking anxiety Be prepared for your speech Select an appropriate topic Know your introduction and conclusion Practice with an audience Breathe Talk with your instructor if you feel your Talk speaking anxiety will be a barrier to your success in this class success Tips for Managing Anxiety Inspect the physical environment. Analyze your audience. Organize your speech clearly. Anticipate the unexpected. Try relaxation exercises Tips for Managing Anxiety Concentrate on the content of your speech. Think of talking to your audience, not at them. Practice. Practice. Practice. Ethics – Classical Roots Ethics Rhetoric – Aristotle’s Definition The ability of observing in any given case the The available means of persuasion. available λόγος (logos) παθος (pathos) εθος (ethos) Ethics – Classical Roots Ethics λόγος (logos) – persuasion derived from λόγος the validity of the arguments the Academic papers, journal articles Ethics – Classical Roots Ethics παθος (pathos) – persuasion derived from the παθος emotions of the audience emotions Oprah and other TV talk shows Ethics – Classical Roots Ethics εθος (ethos) – persuasion derived from the εθος good character of the speaker. good Peyton Manning, Billy Mays, and other Peyton product spokespersons. product Speaking Ethically Speaking Ethics according to Beebe & Beebe: Microsoft Image Ethics are the beliefs, values, and moral principles by which we determine what is right and wrong Speaking Ethically Speaking Have a Clear, Responsible Goal Use Sound Evidence and Reasoning Be Sensitive to and Tolerant of Differences Be Honest Microsoft Image Avoid Plagiarism & Plagiaphrasing Speaking Ethically Speaking Have a Clear, Responsible Goal No hidden agenda Not coercive Not inflammatory Microsoft Image Gives listeners choices Speaking Ethically Speaking Use Sound Evidence and Reasoning Critical thinking No manipulation of emotions Share all information Speaking Ethically Speaking Be Sensitive to and Tolerant of Differences Accommodation: sensitivity to the feelings, Microsoft Image needs, interests, and background of other people Willingness to listen Avoidance of biased/offensive language Speaking Ethically Speaking Be Honest No Lies Accurate illustrations Credit for ideas and information Speaking Ethically Speaking Avoid Plagiarism Do your own work Acknowledge your sources Microsoft Image Provide written citations ...
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This note was uploaded on 01/04/2012 for the course COM 135 taught by Professor Lauth during the Spring '08 term at Miami University.

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