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04:192:201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Pragmatics, Tag Question, George Lakoff
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Lecture 4 Unit 2: Behaviors and Dynamics of Interpersonal Communication Chapter 5: Verbal Messages What is Language? o Abstract: words with general meanings that refer to broad categories I want to go on a HIKE- stroll or ...

Communication
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Darcy Searles
04:192:201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Interpersonal Communication, Eye Contact, Individualism
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Lecture 2 Unit 1: Foundations of Interpersonal Communication Chapter 1: Studying Interpersonal Communication What makes an interaction Interpersonal Communication? o Interpersonal: communication that Impersonal: when a per...

Communication
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Darcy Searles
04:192:201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Nonverbal Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Fundamental Attribution Error
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Lecture 3 Unit 1 Foundations of Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3: The Self and Identity Describe Characteristics of the self o Subjective bias o Multifaceted: portray yourself different depending whom you are with o D...

Communication
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Darcy Searles
04:192:201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Chronemics, Paralanguage, Proxemics
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Lecture 5 Unit 2: Behaviors and Dynamics of Interpersonal Relationships Chapter 6: Nonverbal Messages Nonverbal Communication: the medium through which information is converged through interaction Channels of Nonverbal Com...

Communication
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Darcy Searles
04:192:201 Lecture 9: Unit 4 Chapter 12 and 13 Class Notes
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Lecture 9 Unit 4: Strategic Interpersonal Communication Chapter 12: Interpersonal Influence Interpersonal Influence: how you get other people to do things; the use of communication to change anothers belief, attitudes or a...

Communication
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Darcy Searles
04:192:201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Interpersonal Communication, Stress Management
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Lecture 1: Introduction Chapter 1: What is Interpersonal Communication? Communication: the use of symbols to represent ideas so that meanings can be shared Symbols: sounds, movements, or images- to represent ideas in the f...

Communication
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Darcy Searles
04:192:365 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Times New Roman, Exxonmobil, Walmart

Notes on the News Release Assignment Principles of Public Relations Before you begin, organize your material: List the key points of the release, in order of importance. Determine which ones would be better understood by i...

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Grasso
04:192:380 Lecture 2: Public Speaking Class 2 09-12-18
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Oprah Winfrey Harvard Commencement Speech Personal Notes Transitions from previous speech to hers Moments of comic relief. Fits smoothly GPS analogy Very self deprecating Bouncing back and being resilient and connected tha...

Communication
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K A T H R Lancioni
04:192:357 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Devry University, Organizational Communication, Corporate Social Responsibility

Organizational Communication Lecture 1 Notes Defining Organizations What is it? What does it do? o Coordinate activity involves multiple entities, people, etc. to be used in different ways o Create shared identity, meanin...

Communication
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Laurie Lewis
04:192:313 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Behavior Modification, Unit, Psychographic

Message Design for Public Relations UNIT 1: Public Relations Campaign Principles 9/4/18 Lecture - Campaigns o Coordinated, purposeful, extended effort o Designed to achieve specific objectiv...

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K E N Hunter
04:192:200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Australian Psychological Society, Fritz Heider, Dispositional Attribution
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2/5/18 Our Definition of Communication Communication is the relational process of creating and interpreting messages that elicit a response Requires two or more people A...

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lea stewart
04:192:200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Proxemics, Dispositional Attribution, Expectancy Violations Theory
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2/7/18 Com Theory Kelleys Covariation Model We judge peoples behavior based on Consensus Do or would other people react or behave in a similar way? ...

Communication
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lea stewart
04:192:200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Gender Identity, Douglass Residential College, Masculinity
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214 THEORY: Standpoint Theory Popularized by Sandra Harding Received her undergraduate from Douglass College Expectations for communication are socially constructed Your standpoint is the position from which you view and u...

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lea stewart
04:192:200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Transformational Leadership, Peter Salovey, Paul Watzlawick
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2/19 Interactional Perspective Paul Watzlawick, Janet Bevelas, and Don Jackson Mental Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA Came up with axioms of communication Axioms of Co...

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lea stewart
04:192:200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: John Thibaut, Harold Kelley, Dialectic
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2/26 Interpersonal Communication Components of Interpersonal Communication At least two people Messages used to: Initiate Define ...

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lea stewart
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Business Communication, Human Communication, Jargon

Communication Success 2 Communication Success 3 permacharts TM ...

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