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INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION PROCESSES Lecture Notes [Part 6]

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Communication and Information
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04:189:101
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All Professors
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Winter

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Lecture #6­ February 11 , 2014 th 02/11/2014 I. Review a. II. Wrapping Up the Models a. There is a handout for this page. Refer to the Numbers on this Handout.  Some of the notes are written on the handout. b. For each model, pay attention to the following four features: i. Directional Flow ii. Anomaly iii. The Object of Study iv. The research discipline c. Westley & Maclean i. Model #6 1. Signals and Potential Messages a. Cues to pick up  2. Communication Messages begins with message  reception 3. Directional Flow a. Circular Model, via feedback b. It’s not two way because it’s not assumed that sender and receiver are  not occupied at the same time. 4. Anomaly a. N/A 5. Research Context a. Journalism (1955) 6. Feedback d. Dance i. Model #7 1. Directional Flow a. Helical/Spiral b. No assumption of one­way or two­way processes occurring 2. It’s not only the sage  that changes in the communication process, but  the entire communicative ent  as a whole 3. Anomaly a. Focus on Time 4. Research Context a. Communication (1967) 5. Communication= Dynamic, Evolutionary Process, Always in Motion 6. Adds  Time  to the model e. Watzlawick, Beavin, and Jackson (WBJ) i. Model #8 1. Individuals function as sender and receiver e same time 2. “One cannot not communicate” 3. How  meaning  of messages and actions is shaped in collaboration between  sender and receiver 4. Downplays the role of tentionality 5. Directional Flow a. Two­Way b. Interactive 6. Research Context a. Psychology 7. Anomaly a. Focus on joint meaning creation ii. Most complicated model f. The example of the debate i. Two way 1. Head movements 2. Hand movements 3. Empathizes 4. Pauses g. How do the models address the Anomaly? i. Aristotle 1. No ii. Lasswell 1. No iii. Shannon & Weaver 1. Noise iv. Shramm 1. Field of Experience v. Katz & Lazarsfeld 1. Two­Step Flow vi. Westly & MacLean 1. Starts with the Receiver vii. Dance 1. Focus on Time viii. Watzlawi
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