Communication and Me - Why Study Communication?
Introduction to Communication, 9/8/10
-What is a native theory?
-What do we use them for?
-Some characteristics of native theories
Get a haircut and get a real job
Introduction to Communication, 12/2/10
1. What are organizations made of?
2. What are the functions fulfilled by communication in organizations?
3. How a Plan becomes Policy
a. Upward Communica
How a Plan Becomes a Policy
In the Beginning was The Plan
And then came the Assumptions
And the Assumptions were without form
And the Plan was completely without substance
And the darkness was upon the face of the Workers
And the Workers spoke amongst the
Computers, cell phones and other
new toys - Mediated Communication
Intro to Communication, 12/6/10
1. Laying out the territory
2. Media characteristics
3. Spotlight on (New Media) Communication Technologies
New media influencing old media?
Public and Mass Communication
Introduction to Communication, 12/9/10
1.have vs. do perspectives putting communication at the
center of things
Lecture #7: 2/11/15 How to avoid the Titanics fate The complexities of communication Ch. 5
Summary: We touches upon vocal tract adaptations. Vocal cords help produce sounds. Our mouth I
designed for us to be good speakers. Our larynx on the other hand is
Lecture #4: 2/2/15 The evolution of Communication Theory Ch. 3
Summary: We learned about communication flow and a very important one was
Sender => Message => Recipient => Effect (Sender sends a message to a
recipient to create and effect)
Lecture #8: 2/16/15 Exam #1 Review
Summary: For the most part we had an exam 1 review.
Things that you should know though are a little bit more about the communication ice berg and how
interaction can differ in context and levels.
For ex. When we communic
Old Material that we should know
Lecture #1, 2, & 3: 1/21/15- 1/28/15 Intro to Definitions & Theories & the Field of Communication Ch.1
and Ch. 2
Summary: During this lecture, we discussed how definitions are objective. They mean one concrete
thing, but d
"Haven't I seen you somewhere before?" - Relationships
Introduction to Communication 11/18/10
Relationships as things we "have" vs. relationships as things
How do "romantic" relationships begin?
Knapp & Vangelistis Stages of relationship
What is Communication?
9/13/10 - Introduction to Communication
What do we do via communication?
What are some of the components of the communication process?
What influences models of communication?
-in everyday social life
-in the bus
The Birds and the Bees and the Chimpanzees and You and Me
Introduction to Communication, 9/20/10
What is systems theory?
How does systems theory help us understand communication?
Some systems concepts:
Complexities of Communication
Introduction to Communication 9/27/10
Visible aspects of communication
-permanence and portability
Invisible aspects of communication
Introduction to Communication, 10/11/10
Is there such a thing as a "real world"?
What is the movie "The Eye of the Storm" about?
What processes influence message reception/perception?
Introduction to Communication, 10/14/10
What do we mean by culture?
What is Rutgers' student culture?
What are some components of culture?
How do you get to know Rutgers culture?
Introduction to Communication, 10/18/10
The social construction of reality
Why study language?
What gets "done" using language?
Components of language
-phonology - combining sounds into meaningful units (words)
Second part of handout for Language Comm 101
02 Edg: Michael?
04 Mic: Hullo:?
05 Edg: ThisisEdgerton:.
06 Mic: YesEdger[t['n.
07 Edg: [.h[Michaellookah:I'mI'mphonin:guhon
Introduction to Communication, 10/25/10
Some characteristics of nonverbal communication
What is nonverbal communication?
definition: nonverbal communication designates all those
human responses which are NOT described as over
Me, myself and I Perspectives on the Individual
Introduction to Communication, 11/8/10
Is self personality, or is it constructed through communication,
"Personality" - The "enduring" self
-The Communication Quiz
Chapters 1, 2, & 3
often linked to divorce or dissolution of important relationships
number one desired skill by employers for hiring, retention & promotion (verbal, written &