What is communication - -intrapersonal communicating with...

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What is communication? - ideas, interaction -people - messages - articulation of ideas, - interpretation of ideas - A two way (at least) process interchanging information, thoughts, opinions,  ideas… unidirectional/bidirectional/multidirectional unidirectional- one source bidirectional- two sources multidirectional- more than two sources involved - verbal/ nonverbal - context: interpersonal, mass -medium- face-to-face, mediated (a device can be used ex. Letter, email,  microphone, etc) -can be both face-to-face and mediated
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Unformatted text preview: -intrapersonal- communicating with yourself- communication is everywhere- in close relationships (friend, family)-at school (talking and interacting in class, writing papers)-at workplace (interacting with our boss, co-workers, providing and receiving memos, information)- at home ( the internet, videogames, tv, newspapers, journals) how does communication look like?- verbal-non-verbal- visual - body language- auditory- touch-business-seriousness...
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course COMMUNICAT 04:189:101 taught by Professor Robinson during the Spring '09 term at Rutgers.

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