Comm. Process- Final Review

Comm. Process- Final Review - Quiz 3 Study Guide Verbal...

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Quiz 3 Study Guide Verbal Codes Language Forms of NV CX (“The Pious Ones” p.91-9) 4 qualities of language -chronemics, cosmetics, costuming, -arbitrary haptics, objectics, oculesics, -ambiguous olfactics, organismics, kinesics, -abstract proxemics, vocalics -rule governed Functions of NV CX -pattern rules -accompany, repeat, supplement, -syntactic rules substitute, reinforce/redundancy, -semantic rules contradict, regulate -denotation Listening -connotation Listening vs. Hearing 6 functions of language Hearing—physiological process of receiving -defines phenomena (totalizing)-explain in one word aural stimuli; passive; involuntary -evaluates phenomena (not neutral) Listening—active, discriminating process -thrifty—tight—stingy that involves total self -organizes experiences (stereotyping) 3 Process Associated w/Effective Listening -allows hypothetical thought (plan, dream, -intention remember) -attention -allows self-reflection (monitor self) -retention -defines relationships and interaction Obstacles to Effective Listening (“Yes, this is Dr. G.”) -situational Language does not insure understanding -internal Speech Act Theory 4 Types of Listening Semantics—link between signs and referents -pleasurable-something you enjoy (Whorfian Hypothesis) word isn’t the thing itself -discriminative- understanding and remembering Syntactics—rules governing how utterances are -critical-looking for things
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