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Communication 101 Spring 2012 Introduction & Syllabus
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Optional Presentation Title Unit Name Syllabus Instructor: Roi Estlein Email: restlein@rci.rutgers.edu ( best way to contact me ) Office Hours: Tuesday, 9:30-11:30am, and by appointment TA: Amanda Carpenter Email: amc441@scarletmail.rutgers.edu (last names A-L ) Office Hours: Tues, 3:30-5:30pm TA: Young-Hoon Kim Email: kimyou@eden.rutgers.edu (last names M-Z ) Office Hours: Mon, 3:15pm-4:15pm Tutors – information next class
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Optional Presentation Title Unit Name Syllabus Class website: http://sakai.rutgers.edu Textbook: Ruben, B. D., & Stewart, L. P. (2006). Communication and human behavior (5th Edition). Fifth edition! Available in the University bookstore, NJ Books, and on 2- hour reserve at Alexander Library Additional readings posted online on our Sakai site
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Optional Presentation Title Unit Name Evaluation criteria Exam 1 = 20%
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Unformatted text preview: Exam 2 = 25% Exam 3 = 40% Assignment 1 = 5% Assignment 2 = 10% TOTAL = 100% Extra credit Research participation Optional Presentation Title Unit Name What is communication ? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32WjO7IiHpI A two-way (at least) process of interchanging information, thoughts, opinions, ideas Unidirectional/ bidirectional/ multidirectional Verbal/ nonverbal Context: interpersonal, mass Medium: face-to-face, mediated Definitions Optional Presentation Title Unit Name In this course, we will explore communication as a phenomenon that has a crucial role in our lives. Communication is everywhere: In our close relationships (family, friends) At school (talking and interacting in class, writing papers) At the workplace (interacting with our boss, co-workers, providing and receiving memos, information) At home (the Internet, videogames, TV, newspapers, journals)...
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