Aug.-30-CMST

Aug.-30-CMST - There are common experiences and completely...

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CMST 1061 August 30 Lecture What is communication: Conscious or unconscious Intentional or unintentional Feelings or ideas are expressed as verbal and/or nonverbal messages that are sent, received, and comprehended. Reasons for communicating: Goal to achieve -reason why you’re communicating Relationship you’re trying to keep/or not keep Self-concept that you’re trying to keep -Yours or theirs Communication is dynamic and constantly changing and continuous at the same time. It is also irreversible . It is interactive because you are constantly interacting. Contextual Encode- put together a message. Channel- method in which you communicate. Reciever decodes the message you are sending. Decode a message based on your culture or environment.
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Unformatted text preview: There are common experiences and completely individual experiences that change the way we decode messages. Perception affects your world and the way you see things. Feedback (verbal and non-verbal) We are also influenced by noise (eg. Environmental noise, physical lack of hearing) Semantic problems (lack of understanding of words meaning) in communication. Syntactical (the way we put things together grammatically) Context where communication happens There is a system, a pattern, to the way you communicate with others. The participants , the setting , the purpose , and how they interact form the basis of the communication system....
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