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Chapter 1 Objectives. State reasons why the study of communication is essential Define communication Name the components of communication Explain some principles of communication. Chapter 1 Objectives. Explain the differences between the four communication contexts

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chapter 1 objectives
Chapter 1 Objectives
  • State reasons why the study of communication is essential
  • Define communication
  • Name the components of communication
  • Explain some principles of communication
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Chapter 1 Objectives
  • Explain the differences between the four communication contexts
  • Define communication competence
  • Name the tenets of the NCA Credo on Ethics
studying communication can
Studying Communication Can…
  • Improve the way you see yourself
  • Improve the way others see you
  • Increase what you know about human relationships
  • Teach you important life skills
  • Help you exercise your rights to freedom of speech
  • Help you succeed professionally
  • Help you navigate our diverse world
what is communication
What is Communication?

The process of using messages to generate meaning

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What is Communication?
  • Process
    • Activity, exchange or set of behaviors that occurs over time
  • Messages
    • Verbal and nonverbal symbols, signs, and behaviors
  • Meaning
    • Understanding of the message
components of communication
Components of Communication
  • People
  • The message
  • The channel
  • Feedback
  • Code
  • Encoding & decoding
  • Noise
communication principles
Communication Principles

Communication begins with the self

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Communication Principles
  • Communication involves others
    • Self-image grows out of dialogue with others
    • Communication competence requires sensitivity and responsiveness to others
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Communication Principles
  • Communication has both a content and a relational dimension
    • Content message describes expected behavior
    • Relational message suggests how content should be interpreted
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Communication Principles
  • Communication is complicated
    • Not just simple message transmission
    • Involves choices about multiple aspects of the message
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Communication Principles
  • An increased quantity of communication does not increase the quality of communication
    • Verbiage does not necessarily lead to positive outcomes
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Communication Principles
  • Communication is…
    • Inevitable
    • Irreversible
    • Unrepeatable
communication contexts
Communication Contexts
  • A set of circumstances or a situation
  • Affects your choice of the most appropriate channels and codes
factors in the context
Factors in the Context
  • Number of people
  • Degree of formality or intimacy
  • Opportunities for feedback
  • Need for pre-structuring messages
  • Roles of the people
intrapersonal communication
Intrapersonal Communication

The process of using messages to generate meaning within the self

interpersonal communication
Interpersonal Communication

The process of using messages to generate meaning between at least two people

public communication
Public Communication

The process of using messages to generate meanings in a situation where a single source transmits a message to a number of receivers

mass communication
Mass Communication

The process of using messages to generate meanings in a mediated system, between a source and a large number of receivers

computer mediated communication
Computer-Mediated Communication

Human communication and the sharing of information through communication networks

goals of communication study
Goals of Communication Study
  • Communication competence
    • Effectively exchanging meaning through a common system of symbols, signs, or behavior
  • Ethical communication
    • The NCA “Nine Commandments” for communication