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Determine whether your model is linear, interactional, or transactional. Chapter II: Communication Models, elements, and Levels 13 Reference List: Berlo’s SMCR Model of Communication. n.d.July 3, 2014. Buffalo State College. 2000. Unit 4: Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Communication. . Accessed July 3, 2014. DeVito, Joseph A. 2012. Human Communication: The Basic Course, 12th Ed. USA: Pearson Education. Lasswell’s Model.n.d.July 3, 2014. Open University Malaysia.n.d. “Models of Communication.” . Accessed July 3, 2014. - content/OUMH1303KDP/content/24094922OUMH1303_OralCommunication_v1/OUMH13 03_Topic1/O UMH1303_1_2.html Schramm, Wilbur. 1955. The Process and Effects of Mass Communication. Urbana: University of Illinois Press in Wood, Julia T. 2009.Communication in Our Lives. Boston: Wadsworth/CengageLearning Shannon, Claude & Warren Weaver. 1949. The mathematical theory of communication. Urbana: University of Illinois Press in Wrench, Jason S. and NarissaPunyanunt-Carter.(n.d.)An Introduction to Organizational Communication.. Accessed July 3, 2014.- organizational-communication/s06-02- rethinking-communication.html West, Richard and Lynn Turner. 2009. Understanding Interpersonal Communication: Making Choices in Changing Times, 2nd Ed. USA: Wadsworth Cengage Learning. books.google.com.ph Wood, Julia T. 2009. Communication in Our Lives. Boston: Wadsworth/Cengage Learning Communication in Our Lives. Boston: Wadsworth/Cengage Learning in OpenUniversity Malaysia.n.d. “Models of Communication.” . Accessed July 3, 2014. content/OUMH1303KDP/content/24094922OUMH1303_OralCommunication_v1/OUMH13 03_ Topic1/OUMH1303_1_2.html Wrench, Jason S. and NarissaPunyanunt-Carter.(n.d.)An Introduction to Organizational Communication.. Accessed July 3, 2014. - organizational-communication/s06-02- rethinking-communication.html Chapter IV: Verbal and Nonverbal Communication 14 Chapter III: Listening Learning objectives At the end of the chapter, you should be able to: Differentiate hearing from listening. Identify and apply the stages of listening. Gain understanding of the causes and manifestations of faulty listening. Learn to listen effectively, give feedback appropriately, and think critically. Outline: A. What is hearing and listening? B. What are the stages of listening? C. What are examples of faulty listening habits? D. How can we listen effectively, give feedback, and think critically? A. What is hearing and listening? Is listening simply shutting up, and using our ears to hear? As can be seen in the picture
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