SPC 2608 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Impromptu Speaking, Communication Apprehension, Chronemics

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Communication
The process of sending and receiving verbal and nonverbal messages create shared meaning.
Intrapersonal
Communication with one's self
Interpersonal
Communication between people with an identifiable
Impersonal
Communication about general topics
Small Group
Communication that occurs in groups of 3-10
Computer Mediated Communication
Communication that occurs with technology that facilitates communication and interactive
sharing through networks, email, etc.
Public
Communication to an audience of ten or more
Intercultural
Communication that occurs whenever two or more people in different cultures interact.
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Mass Communication
Communication produced and transmitted via media to large
Communication Apprehension
The fewer or anxiety associated with real or anticipated communication with others.
Trait-like Apprehension
What we feel like in most situations
State-like Apprehension
More comfortable speaking in one environment than another
Systematic Desensitization
Getting experience. Getting used to it.
Cognitive Restructuring
Think about it differently
Skills Building
Allow yourself to build skills
Aristotle, an imperist, is responsible for:
Ethos, Pathos, and Logos
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An Imperist
Gaining knowledge from experience
Ethos
Credibility
Pathos
Emotion
Logos
Logic/Reason
Socratic Method
Questions to reveal truth and bias
Kairos
Perfect Timing
Impromptu
Speaking with limited preparation
Manuscript
Speaking from manuscript written in entirety
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The process of sending and receiving verbal and nonverbal messages create shared meaning. Communication that occurs with technology that facilitates communication and interactive sharing through networks, email, etc. Communication to an audience of ten or more. Communication that occurs whenever two or more people in different cultures interact. Communication produced and transmitted via media to large. The fewer or anxiety associated with real or anticipated communication with others. More comfortable speaking in one environment than another. Speaking from an outline after careful research and preparation. The way that we communicate our message orally and visually through our use of voice, face and body. The way in which we use space and distance to communicate. The listener must be attentive to both verbal and nonverbal cues. The purpose is to gain and return knowledge. In order to do so, you must hear and discriminate verbal and nonverbal messages first. The purpose is to enjoy the beauty of what one is hearing.

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