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USDCOMM 101Lindholm CharminSpring

COMM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: High-Context And Low-Context Cultures, Wide Area Network, Passive-Aggressive Behavior

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How they feel about one another and how they carry out those activities. Communication climate is determined by the degree to which people see themselv
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USDCOMM 101Lindholm CharminSpring

COMM 101 Chapter 6: Ch 6_ NONVERBAL

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Nonverbal communication : messages expressed through non linguistic means. Nonverbal communication has communicative value (cid:12254) (cid:12254) (cid
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USDCOMM 101Lindholm CharminSpring

COMM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Laissez-Faire, Social Skills

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Small collection of ppl who interact with one another usually face to face over time in order to reach goals. Without interaction, a collection of peop
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USDCOMM 101Lindholm CharminSpring

COMM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Identity Management, Level-5 Comcept, Communication Problems

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COMM 101 Chapter 5: Ch 5_ LISTENING

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Hearing: a process in which sound waves stroke the eardrum and cause vibrations that are transmitted to the brain. Listening: when the brain reconstruc
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USDCOMM 101Lindholm CharminSpring

COMM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Demonstrative, Tag Question, Communication Problems

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COMM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Johari Window, Physical Intimacy, Dialectic

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COMM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Culture Shock, Ethnocentrism, Contact Hypothesis

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COMM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Synchronicity, Mass Communication, User-Generated Content

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Relational (transactional) communication is a unique creation that arises out of the ways in which partners interact; it varies with di erent partners.
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USDCOMM 101Lindholm CharminSpring

COMM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Information Overload, Thesis Statement, Jargon

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Anything that is tangible (capable of being seen or touched) Any series of actions that leads to a speci c result. Anything notable that happened, was
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USDCOMM 101Lindholm CharminSpring

COMM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Information Overload, Nominal Group Technique, List Of Fables Characters

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Groups have more resources than individuals and are better to mobilize them. Working in a group increases the chance that foolish errors won"t get by.
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USDCOMM 101Lindholm CharminSpring

COMM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Argumentum Ad Populum, Fallacy, Argument From Authority

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Persuasion: the process of motivating someone, through communication, to change a particular belief, attitude or behavior. The failure of coercion to a
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