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University of Ottawa
Department
Communication
Course
CMN1148
Professor
All
Semester
Spring

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CMN 1148 Chapter reviewsChapter 1Foundations of interpersonal communicationsCommunication model communicators usually send and receive messages simultaneously The meaning resides on the people who exchange themThe environment not always physical sometimes can be based off of cultural viewsThe noise anything that interferes with the transmission and reception of a messageThe channeldescribe the medium through which messages are exchangedCommunication principals1Communication is transactional dynamic process that people create through interaction2Communication can be intentional or unintentional 3Communication has content and a relational dimension contentinformation being discussedrelationalhow you feel about the other person4Communication is irreversible5Communication is unrepeatableInterpersonal communication can 1 Quantitatively By numbers of people involved or 2 QualitativelyBy the nature of interaction between themCMC computermediated communication some research shows that it enhances interpersonal communication Intercultural communication process by which people belonging to two or more cultures share messages in a manner that is influenced by their different cultural perceptions and symbol systemsCulture Language values beliefs and customs people share and learnIn groups Groups of people with whom we identifyOutgroups Groups of people whom we view as being different
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