Defining Communication

Defining Communication - Intercultural Health Intrapersonal...

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Objectives: Defining Communication Objectives: Defining Communication Issues involved in defining communication Why is it important to define communication? Define communication The process of communication Communication contexts
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Issues in Defining Communication: Must Communication…. Be Intentional? Have Correspondence? Be Successful? Be Ethical? Honest? Include Symbolic Actions? Include Cognition, Thought, Perception? Be Human to Human?
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Why is it important to define Why is it important to define communication? communication?
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Class Definition of Communication Class Definition of Communication A process in which individuals use symbols to establish and interpret meaning in their environment.
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Models of Communication Models of Communication Linear Interactional Transactional
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Noise Noise Physical (external) Psychological Physiological
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Contexts of Communication Intrapersonal Interpersonal Small Group Organizational Public/Rhetorical Mass/Mediated
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Unformatted text preview: Intercultural Health Intrapersonal Communication Role of Cognition Decision Making Attributions About Others Attributions About Self Persuasion Interpersonal Communication Interpersonal Communication Relationship Development Relationship Maintenance Relationship Dissolution Power and Control Attraction Small Group Communication Problem Solving Leadership Communication Networks Power Norms Organizational Communication Culture Power Morale Worker Satisfaction Hierarchy Productivity Public Communication: Rhetoric Aristotle Ethos Logos Pathos Speech and Text Criticism Communication Apprehension Mass Communication Effects on Culture Intercultural Communication Between and among cultures Co-cultures How culture affects comm. Gender Health Communication Interpersonal Public Health Risk Messages Diffusion Networks...
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