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Test One Review 1 Public Speaking a sustained formal presentation by a speaker to an audience 2 communication the process of creating shared meaning 3 participants the individuals who assume the roles of sender and receivers during interaction 4 senders participants who form and transmit messages using verbal symbols and nonverbal behavior 5 receivers participants who interpret the messages sent by others 6 messages the verbal utterances, visual images, and nonverbal behaviors to which meaning is attributed during commonication 7 meaning the interpretations participants make of the messages they send and receive 8 encoding the process of putting out thoughts and feelings into words and nonverbal behaviors 9 decoding the process of interpreting the verbal and nonverbal messages sent by others 10 feedback messages messages sent by receivers intended to let the sender know how the receiver made sense of the original message 11 channels both the route traveled by a message and the means of transportation 12 interference/ noise any stimulus that interferes with the process of sharing meaning 13 feedback the reactions and responses to messages that indicate to the sender whether and how a message was heard, seen, and interpreted 14 intrapersonal communication
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communicating with yourself 15 interpersonal communication communication between two people 16 small group communication communication that occurs among approximately three to 10 people 17 Public Communication communication that occurs among more than 10 people where one message is presented to the participants who function as receivers whose own message are limited primarily to feedback 18 mass communication communication produced and transmitted via media to massive audiences 19 liberal art a body of general knowledge and skills needed to participate effectively in a democratic society 20 ethics moral principles that a society, group, or individual holds that differentiate right from wrong and good behavior from bad behavior 21 plagiarism passing off the ideas, words, or created works of another as one's own by failing to credit the source 22 rhetorical situation the composite of the occasion, speaker, and the audience that influences the speech that is givin 23 exigence
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