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Unformatted text preview: C55 1301/1302 STUDY QUESTIONS Test #1 - 1. Diagram the process of communication as presented in class. Label all parts. Explain the process of communication at all three levels. 2. Explain noise at each of the three levels of the communication process. Give an example of noise at each level and explain how the speaker can overcome noise at each level. I a. Noise: anything that disrupts process of communication i. Level ”A” = generally mechanical in nature, prevents receiver from pulling signal/message from the channel (ex: speaker whispers, snoring/conversations in the audience) ii. Level "B” 2 speaker uses symbols that audience has no clue what they mean (ex: don’t know vocabulary ”com com”) iii. Level “C" = audience rejects speakers idea/motive 3. Explain fully the difference between external and internal stimuli that competes for the audience’s attention. External stimuli: (From the audience) 1. Produced by speaker 2. Produced by audience or from meeting place Ex: Distracts audiencefrom thought content/message of speaker 1. Visual — appearance (ex: pant leg rolled up, hair in eye, mannerisms) 2. Auditory— accents, nasal, crutch words (like, um, you know, uh) Internal stimuli: (Within the audience) Fears, hopes, thoughts, prayers 4. What are the five laws that govern the control of attention? List, define, explain, and give an exarnple of each. I 1.:5 Law of Intensity: among competing stimuli, the more intense is favored to the weaker « Be enthusiastic - Poet uses language to paint a picture ...
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