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Chapter 1 Introducing Communication
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2 I. Communication : “The process of managing messages for the purpose of creating meaning A. Messages: The words, sounds, actions, and gestures that people express to one another when they interact *Types of Messages 1. Verbally/Nonverbal 2. Symbol 3. Language 4. Nonverbal symbols/culturally based Introducing Communication
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3 I. Communication Cont’d B. Managing: Refers to the handling or supervising of people or some process or material * How to Manage 2. Making choices among messages 3. Initiate/respond to communication Introducing Communication
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4 I. Communication Cont’d C. Meaning: The interpretation people assign to a message; how it is recognized or understood * Types of Meaning 1. Personal/Unique with others 2. Groups develop shared meaning for words/events 3. Shared/Unique Ex: Spam – Email vs. Dinner Introducing Communication
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5 II. Models of Communication A. Communication as information transfer B. Communication as shared meaning C. Communication as persuasion D. Communication as community Models of Communication
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course COM 100 taught by Professor Nakayama during the Spring '08 term at ASU.

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