History of Communication Business and literacy 101 F2010

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History of  Communication
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What is Communication? The process by which messages are  formulated, exchanged and interpreted in an  attempt to gain shared meaning.
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What is Shared Meaning?
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4 Symbolic Interactionism   Mead and Blumer (1930’s) Objects, assigned meaning, meaning a result of social interaction Meanings change over time Social Construction of Reality Berger and Luckmann (1966) By-product of countless human choices and interactions Perceptions, socially constructed realities Based on knowledge and interpretations of events
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Situation Communication Model Sender Receiver Channel Message Feedback Noise Encoding Decoding
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Communication Model Noise Semantic - Receiver does not understand Mechanical - Channel has trouble transmitting Environmental - Outside noise
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Situation Mass Communication Model: Your lives are filled with noise A simple Message Designed to Entertain Persuade, Inform Receiver Channels Television Telephone Ipod Voicemail Text Tweet Face to Face Conversation Message Feedback Intentions No action Competing Action Noise Advertising Subliminal Messages Overt Messages Competing Messages Unwanted Messages Parental Messages Teachers Messages Media Literacy Encoding Decoding
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Spiritual Application “It would not be expected that all of the faculty  should be categorically teaching religion  constantly in their classes, but it is proper that  every professor and teacher in this institution  would keep his subject matter  bathed in the  light and color of the restored gospel   and  have all his subject matter   perfumed lightly  with the spirit of the gospel. ”    Spencer W.  Kimball 
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You God Message Decoding Message Encoding - Thoughts - Pondering - Questions - Prayer - Holy Ghost - Voices - Other People - Dreams - Visions - Visitations - Answers - Instructions Interpersonal Communication With God Decoding Encoding Noise - Movies - TV - Music - Internet - Sports - Cellphones - Sin - Selfishness - Satan - Pride - Anger - Pornography - Scriptures
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Types of Communication Intra personal
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Types of Communication Inter personal
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Types of Communication Group Communication
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Characteristics of Mass Communication There must be a mass medium Mass Produced Messages Transmitted (not face-to-face) Limited sensory channels 
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2012 for the course COMMS 101 taught by Professor Lisaswenson during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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