A Basic Template of Primary Research
Conceptualize the problem
Engage in secondary research
Plan your specific study
Encounter the "raw data"
participants in codes
Reflection and Analysis
Forms of deception
Fabrication-made up information info opposite of truth
Equivocation-Evasion, Indirect or ambiguous statements
Concealment/Omission-Omit information you know to be important
Chapter 10 Interpersonal communication family and relationships
o 3 Fundamental elements-Genetic Ties, Legal obligations, role behaviors
o Types of family
Origin-You worn born with
Procreation-You create during your life
o Virginia Satirs 4 types
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Chapter 5: September 25, 2014
Communication Studies-Core Skills
Confidence, Responsibility, Intellectual Curiosity, Collaboration, Critical thinking, Problem
Reduce Problems with Your Perceptions
o Direct perception Checking
-Describe what you observed
-Offer two interpretations of what you observed
-Ask for Clarification
o Increase cultural sensitivity
o Revise your perceptions when ne
The Question that drives the communication specialist's focus - the
communication specialists interest in and curiosity about what mutual
responding is managed "Looks Like" and how it is occurring.
"What do you pay attention to when you study, observe o
What you know how to figure out:
Who expresses what to whom in what channel to what effect [Lasswell]
Who is here? What are they doing. and what, as a result, is happening here?
#1 top skill area . survey after survey
NACE [National association
Communication research methods
- methods of inquiry
- methods of discovery
- ways (or methods) of "knowing"
what do you know and how do you know it?
often we see appeals to certain standards
Chapter 5 study guide for test 2
- which of the following is true about language?
o It varies in clarity.
o Ambiguous language can be interpreted in more than one way
o It is governed by rules
o It is symbolic
o It has layers of meaning
o It is usually ar