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speech 100 set 2

set #2 from speech 100 with brook kendall.
STUDY
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dominant culture
the attitudes, values, beliefs, and customs that the majority of people in a society hold in common
co-cultures
groups of people living within a dominant culture but exhibiting communication that is sufficiently different to distinguish them from the dominant culture
ethnocentrism
the belief that one's own culture is superior to others
altruism
the display of genuine and unselfish concern for the welfare of others
egocentricity
a selfish interest in ones own needs to the exclusion of everything else
acquaintances
people we know by name and tald with when the oppurtunity arises but with whom our interactions are largely impersonal
friends
people with whom we have negotiated more personal relationships that are voluntary
intimates
people with whom we share a high degree of commitment trust interdependence disclosure and enjoyment
feedback
verbal and physical responses to people and or their messages within relationships
self disclosure
sharing biographical data personal ideas and feelings that are unknown to the other person
attending
the perceptual process of selecting and focusing on specific stimuli from the countless stimuli reaching the senses
empathy
intellectually identifying with or vicariously experiencing the feelings or attitudes of another
perspective taking
imagining yourself in the place of another. the most common form of empathizing
paraphrasing
putting into words the ideas or feelings you have perceived from the message
feelings paraphrase
a response that captures the emotions attached to the content of the message
mnemonic device
any artificial technique used as a memory aid
buffering
cushioning the effect of messages by utilizing both positive and negative politeness skills
positive face needs
the desire to be appreciated and approved liked and honored
negative face needs
the desire to be free from imposition or intrusion
reframing
offering ideas, observations,information, and alternative explanations that might help your partner understand the situation in a different light
withdrawing
managing conflict by physically or psychologically removing yourself
accommodating
managing conflict by satisfying others needs or accepting others ideas while neglecting our own
forcing
managing conflict by satisfying your own needs or advancing your own ideas with no concern for the needs or ideas of the other and no concern for the harm done to the relationship
compromising
managing conflict by giving up part of what you want to provide at least some satisfaction for both parties
collaborating
managing conflict by fully addressing the needs and issues of each party and arriving at a solution that is mutually satisfying
privacy
the right of an individual to keep biographical data, personal ideas, and feelings secret
assertive behavior
expressing your personal preferences and defending your personal rights while respecting the preferences and rights of others
aggressive behavior
belligerently or violently confronting another with your preferences, feelings, needs, or rights with litle regard for the situation or for the feelings or rights of others
masking feelings
concealing the verbal and nonverbal cues that would enable our partners to understand what we are really feeling
displaying feelings
we display our feelings when we express them through facial expressions, body responses, and verbal outbursts
brainstorming
an uncritical, nonevaluative process of generating associated ideas
general speech goal
the intent of your speech
specific speech goal
a single statement of the exact response the speaker wants from the audience
primary research
the process of conducting your own study to acquire information for your speech
secondary research
the process of locating information about your topic that has been discovered by other people
anecdotes
brief often amusing stories
narratives
accounts personal experiences tales or lenghtier stories
relevance
adapting the information in the speech so that audience members view it as important to them
proximity
a relationship to personal space
credibility
the level of trust that an audience has or will have in the speaker
extemporaneous speeches
speeches that are researched and planned ahead of time
scripted speeches
speeches that are prepared by creating a complete written manuscript
process speeches
to demonstrate how something is done or made or how it works
expostitory speeches
an informative speech that provides carefully researched in depth knowledge about a complex topic