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SPCOM111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Cognitive Dissonance, Pathos, Theory-Theory

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1 Apr 2016
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Belief what you understand to be true or false. Value enduring concept of right or wrong, good or bad. Values are hardest to change, then belief, then
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UWSPCOM111Jo HarvieWinter

SPCOM111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Emotional Contagion, Eye Contact, Communication Theory

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1 Apr 2016
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Nonverbal expectancy theory communicaion theory that suggests that if listeners" expectaions about how communicaion should be expressed are violated, l
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UWSPCOM111Jo HarvieWinter

SPCOM111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Sexual Orientation

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1 Apr 2016
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Egocetrism tendency of people to be concerned above all with their own values, beliefs, and well- being. Listeners will judge you based on what they al
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SPCOM111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Clip Art

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1 Apr 2016
22
Grahics should be instantly clear and focus on one idea. Sketches simpliied representaives(can look for clip art) Graphs (bar graphs are easy to unders
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SPCOM111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Relate

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1 Apr 2016
18
Speaker person who is presening oral message. Success of speaker depends on you -> person credibility, knowledge of subject, preparaion of speech, mann
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SPCOM111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Identity Management, Impression Management

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5 Mar 2018
0
Identity management the communication strategies people use to influence how others view them. Public and private selves: perceived self person you bel
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SPCOM111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Power Management

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11 Mar 2018
0
Three levels of response to the generation gap in the workplace. Level 1: acknowledging the difference and letting it go. If the issue is not important
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SPCOM111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Neurology, Ethnocentrism, Bipolar Disorder

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4 Mar 2018
0
Ignoring aspects that are not consistent with our beliefs. Interaction constructs focus on social behaviour such as friendly, intense, sarcastic, etc:
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SPCOM111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Active Listening

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11 Mar 2018
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SPCOM111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Interpersonal Relationship, Interpersonal Attraction, Interpersonal Communication

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10 Mar 2018
0
Types of interpersonal relationships: circumstance or choice, relationships of circumstance form simply because lives overlap with others" in some way.
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SPCOM111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Dominate, Industrial Revolution, Linguistics

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19 Mar 2018
0
In western capitalistic cultures, sex, differences, and conquest sell: people are more interested, presentations and sales go up, gender union ways in
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