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Review Sheet Exam 1 Fall 2010

Review Sheet Exam 1 Fall 2010 - Introduction to Speech...

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Introduction to Speech Communication Exam 1 Review Sheet: (Chapters 1-3, 9) Chapter 1: Introduction to Communication Why is it useful to study communication? What does communication do ? Describe the linear, interactive, and transactive models of communication. What are the differences between the models? Which is the oldest? Most recent? Know these terms: decode, encode, sender, receiver, noise, feedback, context, What does it mean to say that communication is symbolic? What does it mean to say that communication is an ongoing process? What does it mean to say that communication is irreversible? What does it mean to say that meanings are constructed in communication? What does it mean to say that communication is culturally situated? What does it mean to say that communication takes place in systems? What does it mean to say that communication has two levels of meaning? Differentiate content and relationship levels of meaning. Chapter 2: The Field of Communication Know the four key periods/themes in the history of the communication field and the key events in each. Describe how the classical period contributed to the development of the study of communication.
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