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Department
Communication
Course
CMN1160
Professor
Aliaa Dakroury
Semester
Winter

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CMN1160 14/01/2013  Com. occurs in diff. levels: - Ind. Level (intra-personal) (News show clip) - Cultural level (culture com.) (Disney clip) - Social level (inter-personal) (Russell Peters clip) - Org. com.  Com. “is” our life: - Face-to-face com.; - Indirect com.; - Oral and visual - Written *Even mis-com. proves the importance of (proper) com. - Stereotyping (“Monster in Law” clip) - Mis-understanding (Equality in the workplace from “The Office”) - Conflicts and wars (“what would you do?” ABC clip – discrimination against a muslim woman)  What is com.? (2 approaches) - From the sender perspective - From the receiver *Com. is important from both perspectives.  A more plausible approach To see communication combining: 1. Intentional; unintentional CMN1160 14/01/2013 2. Verbal, or symbolic Definition: Com. is seen as the process through which messages (both intentional and unintentional), create meaning. Berger, P. & Luckman T (1967). The social construction of reality - The role of the media in constructing the reality in our soc. - There is a constant tension or influence between soc. and their communicative practices. Com. and social reality “dialectical process” - Process between soc. and its members; - Cultural values and social norms controlling communica
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