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a.National Geographic: a printed magazine that allows the public to read about the environment, science and the world. b.Time: an American weekly news magazine that reports on politics, current events, environmental issues, entertainment, etc. c.Seventeen Magazine: an entertainment magazine to keep up on the latest fashion, beauty, dating, and health tips. 3.Television: a system for transmitting visual images and sound to broadcast programs for entertainment, information, and education. a.CNN – a local network channel that broadcasts the latest news and breaking news today for the U.S., world, weather, and entertainment. b.MTV – an American cable channel that airs music videos and various reality shows that target teenagers and young adults.
c.TLC – a television network that is dedicated to cover real-life reality as well as fun entertainment as well as beauty and health topics 4.Websites: a location that connects to the internet through the World Wide Web that may contain multiple pages and provides information about a specific subject or product. a.Craigslist: an American classified advertisements website with sections that are dedicated to housing, jobs, items wanted, services, discussions, etc. b.Google – a search engine that helps people to discover, understand and organize the internet's content that provides a user with the most relevant results to their search question.5.Intranet: an internal internet connection within an organization that has a restricted audience and has managed and structured information to disseminate business-related info to employees (Bisen, p. 3)a.Southern California Edison: My employer uses an intranet that provides a central place for employees to receive mass communication about current company events, update timesheets, see health benefits, view paychecks, read company policies, and much more. Interpersonal CommunicationInterpersonal communication happens between people whose lives can mutually influence each other, and the communication occurs in pairs (Primer on Communications, p. 7). This type of communication is essential for building and maintaining relationships, and most of our time is spent using interpersonal communication as it's the most common form. Interpersonal relationships can exist in various contexts as well and are usually goal-oriented. One example of why a communicator would use interpersonal communication would be to speak to a person who is a potential mate to learn about the person, discuss each other's desires, and to discuss a mutual agreement to build a lifelong relationship. I would use interpersonal communication to

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