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INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION PROCESSES Lecture Notes [Part 8]

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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 #8—February 18 , 2014 th 02/18/2014 I. Reminders a. #2 Pencil b. Student ID c. Know RUID Number d. Mini­lecture is available online (see lecture) e. Review Sessions i. Tonight in the Main SCI building.  II. Communication Breakdown? a. Chicken Dinner (See handout) i. Communication Background doesn’t adequately explain what goes wrong here 1. It’s a native theory 2. What explains it? a. Features of the communication iceberg. III. Intro to CQ#5 a. What are the hidden and often taken for granted complexities of the  communication process? IV.  Visible Aspects of Communication Process a. Only 10% of communication b. Interactants c. Symbols i. Something that stands for or represents something besides itself ii. Examples 1. Traffic Lights 2. Flags 3. Emblems iii. Symbolic Value 1. Arbitrary relationship between the symbol and the thing it represents iv. Symbols are very powerful, and seem real d. Media i. Any type of material that gives communication permanence and portability ii. Permanence 1. Printing in any form iii. Portability iv. Lets communication survive V. Invisible Aspects of Communication Process a. Meaning i. How does it get made? 1. Symbols and referents are arbitrarily  paired a. Examples i. Dog/chien/hund 1. Word creates image in head 2. Meanings are negotiated 3. Human  create  meaning ii. Social Process 1. Example a. South Park  an meaning making as a social process i. The kids change the meaning 
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