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ORGC1310-- Interpersonal Communication Section 1. Ringo Ma, PhD Professor Department of Communication Studies Office: RRS630 Phone: 34117483 Email: [email protected] One to one The role of speaker shifts repeatedly from one person to another.

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Orgc1310 interpersonal communication section 1

ORGC1310--Interpersonal CommunicationSection 1

Ringo Ma, PhD

Professor

Department of Communication Studies

Office: RRS630

Phone: 34117483

Email: [email protected]


Interpersonal communication vs public speaking

One to one

The role of speaker shifts repeatedly from one person to another.

Communicators have a great deal of access to each other.

Free exchange of ideas

One to many

One speaker (so what are the audience’s expectations?)

Limited access to each other

A relatively continuous address by one person

Interpersonal Communication vs. Public Speaking


Interpersonal communication vs mass communication

Interpersonal Communication vs. Mass Communication

  • Two step and multi-step models of mass communication

  • Mediated interpersonal communication

  • Personalized mass communication and mass-mediated interpersonal communication


Situational vs qualitative definitions

Situational vs. Qualitative Definitions

  • Situational— based on observable components

  • Qualitative—three criteria

    • Minimal stereotyping

    • Creation of unique rules

    • Sharing of personal information (increased self-disclosure)


Three philosophies of communication dean burnlund

Three Philosophies of Communication—Dean Burnlund

  • Message-centered philosophy of communication

  • Speaker-centered philosophy of communication

  • Meaning-centered philosophy of communication


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