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There are four basic types

: intrapersonal, interpersonal, public speaking and mass
communication

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• This type of communication happens when a person speaks with
himself/herself.
• It happens usually in one’s head, when pondering on ideas, circumstances
and experiences.
• Examples: making decisions, planning, reflecting on past actions, etc.
• The sender and the receiver of the message is YOU.

Intrapersonal

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• Helps individuals improve
interpersonal communication by
developing self awareness and
applying self disclosure.
• Created by Joseph Luft and Harry
Ingram, this is used as an activity
team building.

Johari Window

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• Communication between two persons or among a group of people.
• Depends on relationship of communicators: informal/personal,
formal/impersonal
• Two types:
• Dyadic –between two persons
• Small group- composed of three or more participants, in a face-to-face
Encounter

Interpersonal

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• Purposes: for collaboration, discussion, teamwork
• Its success is dependent on the participation and cooperation of members

Small group

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(dominates discussion)

-Controlling

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(gives way to avoid conflict)

Relinquishing

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see members as equal contributors) -

Egalitarian

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doesn’t want to participate)

Withdrawing

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organizes ideas, ensures systematic way of doing things)

-Structuring

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encourages participation)

Dynamic

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Refers to communication that requires delivering messages to a large
audience


PUBLIC COMMUNICATION

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sustained formal presentation of a speaker to an
audience

PUBLIC SPEAKING-

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communicating to very large audience
through televisions, magazines, books, billboards, internet and other types of
media.

MASS COMMUNICATION

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The speech style that a communicator adopts depends on the listener,
situation and various factors.
• Contexts affects the way people communicate, thus a specific speech style is

SPEECH STYLES

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private language used within the family and with very close friends
(e.g. terms of endearment– honey, sweet, babe, love)

• Intimate

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used among friends and acquaintances in informal situations; two
features: a) omission of words in utterances, and b) use of slang
(e.g. gay language, street and vulgar words)

Casual

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happens in semi-formal situations where a certain transaction
happens. Professional or mutually acceptable language is used.
(e.g. doctor and patient, teacher and student, etc.)

consultative

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used in extended one-way communication, in formal situations.
(e.g. formal speeches, SONA, priest’s sermon)

formal

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applied in very formal settings such as rituals, church rites, and
ceremonies. Features frozen language that remains unchanged.
(e.g. stock expressions– I now pronounce you man and wife; I, solemnly
swear… so help me God)

Frozen