Introduction to Communication NOTES Part 5 - did very well in this course (90%)

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Department
Communications
Course
COM 1000
Professor
All Professors
Semester
Fall

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Ch. 6 and 7: Interpersonal and Intercultural communication.   Top missed questions on exam 2: 1. Paralinguistic cues cant indicate what?  (Intelligence) 2. Which statement about clothing is not verified by research? (Clothing is  not related to  3. Which statement about personal space is not true? (Americans stand closer  to others than other countries)  4. When a speaker says, “ima show use guiez”, what is wrong? (Poor  articulation) 5. Who is more likely to use touch as a form of communication? (Black  woman from Puerto Rico) 6. From that 70’s show, the clip showed (Proxemics) 7. Which is metaphor? (Coffee is a jump start for the brain) 8. Parallelism involves (Presenting similar ideas in succession)  9. Walk into you at a bar. What are they invading? (Intimate space) 10. SINCRE identifies (all of the above) What is interpersonal communication?  Using messages to generate meaning between at least 2 people in a situation that  allows mutual opportunities for both speaking and listening  Make predictions based on info about other person  Use knowledge of other as a unique person as basis for communication  Impersonal  Association between 2 people who use some consistent patterns of interaction,  and who have interacted for an extended period of time  Makes guesses about convo based on  Importance of interpersonal relationships   Need for inclusion   Need for affection   Need for control   Some relationships are complementary, some are symmetrical   Self­disclosure—The process of making intentional disclosures about yourself that  others would be unlikely to know and that generally constitute private, sensitive, or  confidential information  Allows us to develop a greater understanding of ourselves   Allows us to develop a more positive attitude about ourselves  Disclosure generally increases as relational intimacy increases  Disclosure tends to be reciprocal  Negative disclosure is directly related to relational intimacy  Disclosure may be sometimes avoided  Self­disclosure varies across cultures and co­cultures   Motivations for initiatin
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