Final exam may 5 8

Final exam may 5 8 - Final exam may 5 8-10 pm Review sheet...

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Final exam may 5 8-10 pm Review sheet on sakai The basics of communication Ch. 1 and 3 and Lectures You cannot not communicate Native vs. scholarly theories Paradigms (see or view communication in a different way) and anomalies (acceptations to the paradigms or contradictions) The two communication paradigms. Info-trans(communication based on information such as internet broadband) (Constitutive- more social, social circumstances) The difference between one way and two way models of communications- message sent one way. 2 way- info can flow back and forth Paradigm Info transmission Constitutive Primary Function of communication Transfer messages accurately from A to B s>m>r=E Anomaly -MS does not equal MR Perform social actions Create situations, relationships, and circumstances Central focus Senders Receivers Messages Interaction and context Actions Interpretations View of Reality Fixed, pre-existed Material reality Constructed through View of Language Window Paintbrush
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2012 for the course INTRO TO C 101 taught by Professor Nicklinardopoulo during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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