Get 2 days of unlimited access
at University of Central Missouri

Textbook Notes for Communication at University of Central Missouri (UCM)

  • 10 Result
  • About UCM

UCMCOMM 3000Markvon SchlemmerFall

COMM 3000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Invisibility, Phi Phenomenon

OC10938892 Page
0
View Document
UCMCOMM 1000Anastasia DovgaiaFall

COMM 1000 Chapter 3: Chapter 3 Notes

OC10938893 Page
4
Ethics: involve morals and specific moral choices to be made by a person. Public message cannot be taken back: our word choices reflect our impressions
View Document
UCMCOMM 1000Anastasia DovgaiaFall

COMM 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Central Tendency, Standard Deviation

OC10938891 Page
0
View Document
UCMCOMM 1000Anastasia DovgaiaFall

COMM 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Glossophobia, Hypertension, Communication Apprehension

OC10938892 Page
0
Phobia: a persistent, irrational fear of a specific object, activity, or situation that leads to a compelling desire to avoid: glossophobia: fear of pu
View Document
UCMCOMM 1000Anastasia DovgaiaFall

COMM 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Eye Contact, Likert Scale

OC10938892 Page
0
Direct observation: environmental clues, read body language so that you know how to present yourself, gather information about the people you"re presen
View Document
UCMCOMM 1000Anastasia DovgaiaFall

COMM 1000 Chapter 4: Chapter 4 Notes

OC10938891 Page
4
Chapter 4: speaking in and to different disciplines. Inside: large room (you don"t know everyone in the audience) or small room (more intimate: the spe
View Document
UCMCOMM 1000Anastasia DovgaiaFall

COMM 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Concept Map, Mind Map

OC10938891 Page
1
General purpose statement is usually to inform , to describe , or. To demonstrate : persuasive intends to change or reinforce audience"s attitudes, act
View Document
UCMCOMM 1000Anastasia DovgaiaFall

COMM 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Topic Sentence

OC10938893 Page
1
Outlining principles: subordination: process of creating a hierarchy of ideas in which the most general ideas appear first, followed by more specific i
View Document
UCMCOMM 1000Anastasia DovgaiaFall

COMM 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Linear Model, Stress Management, Deeper Understanding

OC10938893 Page
7
The speaker"s primer chapter 1: understanding public communication. Communication models: linear model: communication is something that one person does
View Document
UCMCOMM 1000Anastasia DovgaiaFall

COMM 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Apa Style

OC10938893 Page
1
Know why you want certain information for the speech. Know where to get the information you seek. Know how to assess the quality of the information you
View Document
Showing 1 — 10 of 10 result

Textbook Notes (270,000)
US (100,000)
UCM (300)
COMM (10)