CST 110 Final Exam Study Guide - CST 110 Final Exam Study...

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Directions: You should be able to define and explain all the terms below to successfully pass this final exam. Information to know: Chapter 1 What are the principles of communication? Communication is a process Communication is a system Communication as interaction Communication as transaction Communication is intentional Communication is unintentional Define: Interpersonal Communication: creating and sharing meaning between persons who are in a relationship. It helps us share information, solve problems, resolve conflicts, understand our perception of self and of others, and establish relationships with others. Dyadic communication: an exchange of info between two people. Includes informal conversations such as talks with a parent, spouse, child, friend, acquaintance, or stranger, as well as more formal conversations such as interviews. source: the creator of the message, the public speaker sender: receiver: A listener or an audience member
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course COMMUNICAT 110 taught by Professor Castle during the Fall '11 term at Northern Virginia Community College.

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