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Old French word & Latin term of communication

communicacion & communicare

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to share, inform, join, impart or participate in.

communicacion & communicare

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Communication involves

sharing of meaning by sending, and receiving symbolic cues

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According to Samovar, Porter and McDaniel (2010), Communication is “a _____________ in which people attempt to share their internal states with other people through the use of symbols.”

dynamic process

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process of creating understanding through the exchange of messages.

Communication

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________ in which a speaker and listener __________ send, receive and interpret messages.

transaction;simultaneously

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Communication is also a __________ of sharing meaning. It involves a common experience and mutual influence.

reciprocal process

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People communicate _________________

to meet different needs

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Nature of Communication

1.process
2.happens between two or more people
3.can be expressed through words (verbal), and actions (nonverbal) or both at the same time
4.involves content and relationship
5.happens in context.

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is a transaction between source and receiver that includes mutual influence, the interpretation and construction of meaning, and the development of an individualized message that includes how others respond.

Process of Communication

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It is a _______________________ of source, receiver, message, channel, feedback and noise.

dynamic interrelationship

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Elements of the Communication Process

1.A source/speaker
2.receiver,
3.message
4.channel
5.Feedback
6.context
7.Barrier
8. Encoding
9. Decoding

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utters the message.

speaker/source

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audience members, or classmates to listen.

reciever

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words and ideas/thoughts adapted to the audience.

message

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words chosen for the speech.

verbal messages

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movements, gestures, facial expressions and vocal variations that can reinforce/ contradict the words.

nonverbal messages

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means/medium of distributing your words/information/idea

channel

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responses from the audience.

feedback

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A situation, the -----------------in which the presentation occurs (time, placeand occasion in which the message and receiving occurs)

context

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any form of interference with the message; factors that affect the flow of communication

barrier

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Types of Speech Contexts

Intrapersonal Communication
Interpersonal Communication

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simplest form of communication that takes place within yourself

Intrapersonal Communication

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the communication between two or more people. This level involves two to about 15 people.

Interpersonal Communication

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Types of interpesonal Communication

Dyadic & Small Group Communication

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Dyadic & Small Group Communication-

involves two persons;involves interaction among 3 to 15 individuals. Small group

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involves a continuous presentation by one individual in a face-to-face situation with an audience. In public speaking, most of the feedback from the audience is nonverbal.

Public Speaking

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electronic &print technologies send messages to large numbers of people; often, at the same time.

Mass Communication