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Freedmans Bureau-Established in 1865 by Congress to help former black slaves and
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Heroes deserve more awards than celebrities do. Everyday heroes such as policemen,
firemen, doctors and teachers deserve awards for their service to the community. Many teachers
COMMUNICATION AND THE SELF CONCEPT
Biological and social roots of the self
Characteristics of the self-concept
Influences on identity
PRESENTING THE SLEF CONCEPT
Public and Private
COMMUNICATION AND THE SELF CONCEPT
Only several basic pl
1. The song title is Maps. The name of the group is Maroon5. The record label is Interscope
2. This music video totals 3 minutes and 28 seconds in length.
3. This video tells a story of a man and his girlfriend going to a party hosted by a friend
CHANNELS CAN FACILITATE INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE
1. Slight limitations over other communication channels, scholars agree that what is missing
2. More control over managing your identity
Communication Skill Improvement Project
I often find myself becoming defensive when people say things to me. It can be my fiance
trying to tell me something or someone at work being silly or a friend telling a s
Small Group Discussion
Features of a group: Interaction, Mutual influence, interdependent goal.
Typically three to seven people.
Mutually interdependent purpose.
Sense of belonging.
Sense of cooperation.
By age 20 we have all been a part of more
How can communication avoid offending anyone? What is the purpose of "politically correct"
language? Can we take it too far?
Some people will always get offended during the process of communication. The fact that there
are so many diverse views of the wor
"There is nothing good or bad but thinking makes it so." Apply this Shakespeare quote to
communication in your life or in one of your relationships.
Shakespeare was saying any situation will develop based on how one thinks it should. If
one should think s
What affects how we accurately perceive others? How can we improve our perception ability?
How we perceive others is not necessarily accurate from a subjective view. This brings
me to highlight the what in the question asked. Answering this question corre
Self-concept is the way we view ourselves as individuals, how we identify ourselves.
Much like the way we categorize items, we do the same with our personalities and traits.
Self-esteem is how we feel about our personalities and our traits. For instance,
There are basic needs of communication. Whether it is the physical, social, the need
for an identity or to satisfy a practical goal, they all must be fulfilled to some degree.
Communicating well to fulfill those needs of yourself and others is the express
Culture and Interpersonal Communication
Culture: The language, values, beliefs, traditions, and customs people share and learn.
Perception and definition
See others who dont possess these characteristics as members
Chapter 3 Key Terms
Benevolent lie: A lie that is not considered malicious by the person who tells it.
Cognitive conservatism: The tendency to seek out information that conforms to an existing selfconcept and to ignore information that contradicts it.
Chapter 2 Key Terms
Achievement culture: A culture that places a high value on the achievement of material success
and a focus on the task at hand. Also termed masculine culture.
Asynchronous communication: Communication that occurs when there is a time g
Chapter 4 Key Terms
Androgynous: Possessing both masculine and feminine traits.
Attribution: The process of attaching meaning to another persons behavior
Confirmation bias: The tendency to seek out and organize data that supports already existing