SPC 1017 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Organizational Culture, Parenting Styles, Intrapersonal Communication

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Communication
A systemic process in which people inertract with and through symbols to create and interpret
meanings.
Content level of meaning
One of two levels of meaning in communication. The content level of meaning is the literal, or
denotative,information in a message.
Critcal thinking
Examming ideas reflectively and carefully to decide what you should believe, think or do.
Feedback
Response to a message; maybe verbal, nonverbal,or both.appeared first in interactive models
of communication.
Interpersonal communication
Communication between people, usually in close relationships such as friendship and romance.
Intrapersonal communication
Communication with ourselves;self-talk
Noise
Anything that has potential to interfere with intended communication.
Organizational culture
Ways of thinking, acting and understanding work that are shared by members of an
organization and that reflect an oraganization's distinct identity
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Process
Something that is ongoing and continuously in motion , the beginning and ending of which are
difficult to identify. Communication is a process
Relationship level of meaning
One of two levels of meaning in communication; expresses the relationship between
communicators
Symbol
An arbitrary,ambigious, and astract representation of a phenomenon. Symbols are the basis of
language, much nonverbal behabior , and human thought.
Systemic
A group of interrelated elements that affect one another.
Attribution
A causal account that explains why a thing happened or whiysomeone acted a certain way.
Constructivism
The theory that we organize and interpret experience by applying cognitive structures called
schemata.
Empathy
The ablity to feel with another person or to feel what that person feels in a given situation
Interpretation
The subjective process of evaluating and explning perceptions
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A systemic process in which people inertract with and through symbols to create and interpret meanings. One of two levels of meaning in communication. The content level of meaning is the literal, or denotative,information in a message. Examming ideas reflectively and carefully to decide what you should believe, think or do. Response to a message; maybe verbal, nonverbal,or both. appeared first in interactive models of communication. Communication between people, usually in close relationships such as friendship and romance. Anything that has potential to interfere with intended communication. Ways of thinking, acting and understanding work that are shared by members of an organization and that reflect an oraganization"s distinct identity. Something that is ongoing and continuously in motion , the beginning and ending of which are difficult to identify. One of two levels of meaning in communication; expresses the relationship between communicators. An arbitrary,ambigious, and astract representation of a phenomenon.

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