Chapter 1 Intro. to Interpersonal Communication
Interpersonal Communication Foundations Interpersonal Communication: Relating to Others Beebe, Beebe, & Redmond
Process of acting on information
Process of making sense of the world, and sharing that with others by creating meaning through non/verbal messages.
Distinctive transactional form of human communication -- mutually influential for purposes of managing relationships.
treating others as objects, not as unique individuals
Connection established when communicating with another person.
Presenting the same information to many people at once. The speaker isn't physically present, and there is no chance to respond. Examples: Radio & TV
Addressing an audience in person
Small Group Communication
3-15 people interacting with the common purpose to mutually influence each other.
communication with yourself -- thinking
Originator of a thought who expresses feeling (or idea) as code that is understood by the receiver
Translating ideas/feelings/thoughts into code
words or unspoken signals that are interpreted by the receiver
written/spoken/unspoken elements of communication to which people assign meaning whether that meaning was intended or not, spoken or not or written down.
pathway used to get messages from source to receiver
decodes and makes sense of source's encoded message
Interference with message being understood and achieving intended effect
Response to message
physical & psychological environment for the communication
Interconnected elements -- change in one affects all other elements
Sequence of interactions between individuals -- message of one influences the message of the other
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