Chapter 5 2011

Chapter 5 2011 - Verbal Communication Chapter Five Part One...

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Verbal Communication Chapter Five Part One
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The Importance of Verbal Communication “I studied for the exam, took copious notes, and attended class. Next exam, I will do even better!” Can you communicate this message nonverbally?
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Identity and Relationship Development We develop our identities through language. The very language we speak is tied to our identities.
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What is Verbal Communication? Words, written and spoken But realize language involves pronunciations, meanings, and accents
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Functions of Language Instrumental: to obtain what we need or desire Regulatory: to regulate or control the behaviors of others Informative: to communicate information or report facts Heuristic: to acquire knowledge or understanding
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Interactional: to establish and define social relationships Personal: to express individuality and personality Imaginative: to express oneself artistically or creatively
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Components of Language 1. Phonology 2. Syntax 3. Semantics 4. Pragmatics Rules of Word Order Meaning Language in Use
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More on Semantics Denotations Connotations Cat Wildcat Home Grandmother iPod MySpace
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Theory In 1955, J. L. Austin delivered a famous lecture titled “How to do things with Words.” A sentence does not just “say
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