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44 terms
COM 1000-UCF- Test 2
cultural dimensions
regional differences
ethnicity differences
types of questions in interviews
Formality... Social Customs... Styles of dress... Time... Tolerance for c…
high context vs low context
o Attitudes about talk ... o Attitudes toward conflict ... o Self-d…
• Open and closed questions... • Factual and opinion questions... •…
cultural dimensions
Formality... Social Customs... Styles of dress... Time... Tolerance for c…
regional differences
high context vs low context
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COM 1000 Hanlon UCF
Communication is Agenda Advancing
Egos
Pathos
Logos
we communicate for our own gain: a baby cries to be fed
Credibility, truth and morals of speaker
emotional appeal of the speech, creates a relationship in the…
factual message, well planned
Communication is Agenda Advancing
we communicate for our own gain: a baby cries to be fed
Egos
Credibility, truth and morals of speaker
144 terms
Communications UCF
pervasiveness
amoral
Aristotle matters to this class because
logos
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
the process of communication is ethically neutral.
he identified three types of appeals one might use when sendi…
logical appeals; presenting a series of arguments supported b…
pervasiveness
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
amoral
the process of communication is ethically neutral.
264 terms
UCF COM 1000 final Young
Human Communication
Transaction
Messages
Channels
The process of managing messages for the purpose of creating…
Between at least two people... Simultaneously sending and receiv…
Verbal or nonverbal... Intentional or Unintentional
The medium through which a message is sent how we interact
Human Communication
The process of managing messages for the purpose of creating…
Transaction
Between at least two people... Simultaneously sending and receiv…
58 terms
COM 1000 Test 1 UCF
most recent model of communication
components of our attitude
levels on which communication operates
context messages
transaction model
cognitive (what we think) affective (what we feel) behavioral…
1. content messages 2. context messages
social context (relationship) chronological context, cultural…
most recent model of communication
transaction model
components of our attitude
cognitive (what we think) affective (what we feel) behavioral…
144 terms
Communications UCF
pervasiveness
amoral
Aristotle matters to this class because
logos
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
the process of communication is ethically neutral.
he identified three types of appeals one might use when sendi…
logical appeals; presenting a series of arguments supported b…
pervasiveness
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
amoral
the process of communication is ethically neutral.
46 terms
COM 1000 UCF test 3
source credibility
competence
trustworthiness
dynamism
the audiences perception of your effectivness as a speaker
the degree to which the speaker is perceived as skilled/relia…
the degree to which the speaker is perceived as honest
the extent to which the speaker is perceived as bold
source credibility
the audiences perception of your effectivness as a speaker
competence
the degree to which the speaker is perceived as skilled/relia…
44 terms
COM 1000-UCF- Test 2
cultural dimensions
regional differences
ethnicity differences
types of questions in interviews
Formality... Social Customs... Styles of dress... Time... Tolerance for c…
high context vs low context
o Attitudes about talk ... o Attitudes toward conflict ... o Self-d…
• Open and closed questions... • Factual and opinion questions... •…
cultural dimensions
Formality... Social Customs... Styles of dress... Time... Tolerance for c…
regional differences
high context vs low context
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UCF COM 1000- Test 3
The 4 delivery styles
Components of extemporaneous
Results of extemporaneous delivery
4 C's of extemporaneous delivery
manuscript... memorized... impromptu ... extemporaneous
• Brief speaking notes... • Visible speaking notes (large and le…
a speech carefully prepared, practiced, and then presented wi…
o Confident ... o Conversational ... o Comfortable ... o Compelling
The 4 delivery styles
manuscript... memorized... impromptu ... extemporaneous
Components of extemporaneous
• Brief speaking notes... • Visible speaking notes (large and le…
65 terms
COM 1000 Test 2 UCF
ethnicity differences include
organizational communication
message flow
message/information flow in organization
nonverbal behavior, attitude toward conflict, self disclosure…
the study of self, others and context within organizational r…
either tall (broad) or flat (narrow)
formal networks: downward, upward, horizontal ... informal netwo…
ethnicity differences include
nonverbal behavior, attitude toward conflict, self disclosure…
organizational communication
the study of self, others and context within organizational r…
45 terms
Film 1000 UCF
Cinematic Language
Shots
Editing
Cut
Combination of techniques used in a movie
Unbroken span of action captured by uninterrupted run of a ca…
Joining together of discrete shots
Move from shot to shot
Cinematic Language
Combination of techniques used in a movie
Shots
Unbroken span of action captured by uninterrupted run of a ca…
314 terms
UCF COM 1000. All Vocab Words
pervasiveness (ch 1)
amoral (ch 1)
logos (ch 1)
pathos (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
the process of communication is ethically neutral
logical appeals
emotional appeals
pervasiveness (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
amoral (ch 1)
the process of communication is ethically neutral
78 terms
FIL 1000 Final UCF
Film
Television
Digital
Pre-production
Movie technology that utilizes a chemical process to create i…
In which medium of production does the WRITER have more power?
In which kind of technology is there NO DEGRADATION when you…
When should marketing begin in the production process?
Film
Movie technology that utilizes a chemical process to create i…
Television
In which medium of production does the WRITER have more power?
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FIL 1000 Final UCF
Film
Television
Digital
Pre-production
Movie technology that utilizes a chemical process to create i…
In which medium of production does the WRITER have more power?
In which kind of technology is there NO DEGRADATION when you…
When should marketing begin in the production process?
Film
Movie technology that utilizes a chemical process to create i…
Television
In which medium of production does the WRITER have more power?
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UCF COM 1000 Exam 2
"Ch5"- Denotative meaning
Ch5- Connotative meaning
Ch5-Listening
Ch5-Hearing
The literal or explicit definition of a word.
The implied meaning of a word based upon its use within a giv…
The process of receiving, attending to, and assigning meaning…
The physical process of receiving sound.
"Ch5"- Denotative meaning
The literal or explicit definition of a word.
Ch5- Connotative meaning
The implied meaning of a word based upon its use within a giv…
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UCF COM 1000- Test 3
Primacy Theory
Recency Theory
Ways visual aids assist presenters
Characteristics of effective visual aids
remembers the first thing they hear
remembers the last thing they hear
• Focus audience attention... • Emphasize key points... • Show rela…
• Visible; Large enough, Legible... • Simple and clear... • Non-dis…
Primacy Theory
remembers the first thing they hear
Recency Theory
remembers the last thing they hear
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Chapter 6-10 COM 1000 UCF Edition
Interpersonal relationships means...
Interdependent refers....
Interpersonal relationships last...
The importance to interpersonal relati…
Associations between two people who are interdependent, who u…
to people's being mutually dependent on each other and having…
for any given time
1) the need to be a part of something... 2) the need for affecti…
Interpersonal relationships means...
Associations between two people who are interdependent, who u…
Interdependent refers....
to people's being mutually dependent on each other and having…
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COM 1000 UCF test 3
source credibility
competence
trustworthiness
dynamism
the audiences perception of your effectivness as a speaker
the degree to which the speaker is perceived as skilled/relia…
the degree to which the speaker is perceived as honest
the extent to which the speaker is perceived as bold
source credibility
the audiences perception of your effectivness as a speaker
competence
the degree to which the speaker is perceived as skilled/relia…
58 terms
COM 1000 Test 1 UCF
most recent model of communication
components of our attitude
levels on which communication operates
context messages
transaction model
cognitive (what we think) affective (what we feel) behavioral…
1. content messages 2. context messages
social context (relationship) chronological context, cultural…
most recent model of communication
transaction model
components of our attitude
cognitive (what we think) affective (what we feel) behavioral…
81 terms
COM 1000 UCF Exam 2
Hearing (ch5)
Listening (ch5)
Selective Attention (ch5)
Automatic Attention (ch5)
The physical process of receiving sound.
The process of receiving, attending to, and assigning meaning…
The sustained focus we give to stimuli we deem important.
The instinctive focus we give to stimuli signaling a change i…
Hearing (ch5)
The physical process of receiving sound.
Listening (ch5)
The process of receiving, attending to, and assigning meaning…
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UCF COM 1000- Test 3
Primacy Theory
Recency Theory
Ways visual aids assist presenters
Characteristics of effective visual aids
remembers the first thing they hear
remembers the last thing they hear
• Focus audience attention... • Emphasize key points... • Show rela…
• Visible; Large enough, Legible... • Simple and clear... • Non-dis…
Primacy Theory
remembers the first thing they hear
Recency Theory
remembers the last thing they hear
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UCF COM 1000. All Vocab Words
pervasiveness (ch 1)
amoral (ch 1)
logos (ch 1)
pathos (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
the process of communication is ethically neutral
logical appeals
emotional appeals
pervasiveness (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
amoral (ch 1)
the process of communication is ethically neutral
67 terms
chap 11-14 com 1000 ucf
source credibility
competence
trustworthiness
dynamism
the audiences' perception of your effectiveness as a speaker.
the degree to which the speaker is perceived as skilled, reli…
the degree to which the speaker is perceived as honest, fair,…
the extent to which the speaker is perceived as bold, active,…
source credibility
the audiences' perception of your effectiveness as a speaker.
competence
the degree to which the speaker is perceived as skilled, reli…
30 terms
FIL1000 UCF Quiz 2
The most basic unit of film grammar is
Match the acting type with its descrip…
Match the acting type with its descrip…
Match the acting type with its descrip…
the shot
The idea of fully immerseing oneself in the role
Coming to understand the role through the actor's own experie…
Searching for clues about the character in the text of the sc…
The most basic unit of film grammar is
the shot
Match the acting type with its descrip…
The idea of fully immerseing oneself in the role
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FIL1000 UCF Quiz 3
______________ refers to the recording…
If we hear a musical instrument in a s…
During postproduction, the various ele…
Which of the following is NOT consider…
Room tone
Diegetic
Final mixing
Narration
______________ refers to the recording…
Room tone
If we hear a musical instrument in a s…
Diegetic
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FIL1000 UCF Quiz 1
What Question helped spur the inventio…
What California governor issued the ch…
Which of the following is NOT an impor…
Someone sneezing is one of the first e…
Can horses fly?
Leeland Stanford
The first time a producer realized more money could be made w…
True
What Question helped spur the inventio…
Can horses fly?
What California governor issued the ch…
Leeland Stanford
140 terms
FIL 1000- UCF- Prof. Lancanster
Attributes of Cienma
What are Films composed of?
Critical analysis of films
Silent Era Films (1890-1927)
+ Linear- starts in one place and ends in another... + Audio/Vis…
+ Shots- Cinematography... + Editing- How the shots go together…
+ Formal- concerned with film as a literary text(aka New crit…
anonymous films, different techniques developed, used over ac…
Attributes of Cienma
+ Linear- starts in one place and ends in another... + Audio/Vis…
What are Films composed of?
+ Shots- Cinematography... + Editing- How the shots go together…
140 terms
FIL 1000- UCF- Prof. Lancanster
Attributes of Cienma
What are Films composed of?
Critical analysis of films
Silent Era Films (1890-1927)
+ Linear- starts in one place and ends in another... + Audio/Vis…
+ Shots- Cinematography... + Editing- How the shots go together…
+ Formal- concerned with film as a literary text(aka New crit…
anonymous films, different techniques developed, used over ac…
Attributes of Cienma
+ Linear- starts in one place and ends in another... + Audio/Vis…
What are Films composed of?
+ Shots- Cinematography... + Editing- How the shots go together…
314 terms
UCF COM 1000. All Vocab Words
pervasiveness (ch 1)
amoral (ch 1)
logos (ch 1)
pathos (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
the process of communication is ethically neutral
logical appeals
emotional appeals
pervasiveness (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
amoral (ch 1)
the process of communication is ethically neutral
314 terms
UCF COM 1000. All Vocab Words
pervasiveness (ch 1)
amoral (ch 1)
logos (ch 1)
pathos (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
the process of communication is ethically neutral
logical appeals
emotional appeals
pervasiveness (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
amoral (ch 1)
the process of communication is ethically neutral
328 terms
UCF COM 1000. All Vocab Words
pervasiveness (ch 1)
amoral (ch 1)
logos (ch 1)
pathos (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
the process of communication is ethically neutral
logical appeals
emotional appeals
pervasiveness (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
amoral (ch 1)
the process of communication is ethically neutral
314 terms
UCF COM 1000. All Vocab Words
pervasiveness (ch 1)
amoral (ch 1)
logos (ch 1)
pathos (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
the process of communication is ethically neutral
logical appeals
emotional appeals
pervasiveness (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
amoral (ch 1)
the process of communication is ethically neutral
299 terms
UCF COM 1000. All Vocab Words
pervasiveness (ch 1)
amoral (ch 1)
logos (ch 1)
pathos (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
the process of communication is ethically neutral
logical appeals
emotional appeals
pervasiveness (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
amoral (ch 1)
the process of communication is ethically neutral
53 terms
UCF COM 1000. Vocab exam 1
pervasiveness (ch 1)
amoral (ch 1)
logos (ch 1)
pathos (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
the process of communication is ethically neutral
logical appeals
emotional appeals
pervasiveness (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
amoral (ch 1)
the process of communication is ethically neutral
116 terms
UCF COM 1000. Vocab exam 1
pervasiveness (ch 1)
amoral (ch 1)
logos (ch 1)
pathos (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
the process of communication is ethically neutral
logical appeals
emotional appeals
pervasiveness (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
amoral (ch 1)
the process of communication is ethically neutral
26 terms
Communication 1000
signs
thunder is a ____ of lighting
symbols
name is a ____ forr you
are elements of the natural world that have a direct connecti…
sign
arbitrary, ambiguous. abstract representations of other pheno…
symbol
signs
are elements of the natural world that have a direct connecti…
thunder is a ____ of lighting
sign
60 terms
UCF: Psychosexual Development in Gender Communication
Chromosomal Differences
"x-factor" in intelligence and social…
Hormonal Differences
Why do you want estrogen as a female?
Male- x from mom and y from dad... Female- x from mom and x from…
most intelligence passes through the x chromosome. The gene r…
Men's testosterone levels are 10 - 20 times higher than women…
Younger=more estrogen=more flexible blood vessels- important…
Chromosomal Differences
Male- x from mom and y from dad... Female- x from mom and x from…
"x-factor" in intelligence and social…
most intelligence passes through the x chromosome. The gene r…
64 terms
Communications 1000
Good Oral Communication, Managing time…
What has communication been broadly de…
What is input?
What is a verbal message?
An effective manager
The sharing of experience
All the stimuli, both past and present, that give us our info…
Any type of spoken communication that uses one or more words.
Good Oral Communication, Managing time…
An effective manager
What has communication been broadly de…
The sharing of experience
77 terms
Communications 1000 Exam 1
Why study Comm?
What is Human Communication
Factors that influence communication
Intrapersonal comm
Keeps us alive, impacts everything, it is a skill, employers…
-the process of managing messages for the purpose of creating…
Listening, time, feedback
within one person
Why study Comm?
Keeps us alive, impacts everything, it is a skill, employers…
What is Human Communication
-the process of managing messages for the purpose of creating…
99 terms
Communications 1000 Exam 1
Human Communication
Transaction
Messages
Channels
The process of managing messages for the purpose of creating…
Between at least two people... Simultaneously sending and receiv…
Verbal or nonverbal... Intentional or Unintentional
The medium through which a message is sent... How we interact
Human Communication
The process of managing messages for the purpose of creating…
Transaction
Between at least two people... Simultaneously sending and receiv…
77 terms
Communications 1000 Test 2
Interpersonal Relationships
Complementary Relationships
Symmetrical Relationships
Relational Maintenance
Assocaitions between at least two peope who are interdependen…
Relationships in which each person supplies something the oth…
Relationships in which participants mirror each other or are…
Stage in a relationship after a couple has bonded and in whic…
Interpersonal Relationships
Assocaitions between at least two peope who are interdependen…
Complementary Relationships
Relationships in which each person supplies something the oth…
172 terms
Communication 1000 exam 1
communication
why is communication important
human communication
transaction
sharing experience
keeps you alive, impacts everything, doing it well is a skill…
process of managing messages for the purpose of creating shar…
simultaneously sending and receiving messages to and from at…
communication
sharing experience
why is communication important
keeps you alive, impacts everything, doing it well is a skill…
117 terms
Communication 1000 Section 1
NEW SECTION... 9/7 The Process of Comm…
Technical Interference
Semantic Interference
Intrapersonal Communication
NEW SECTION... 9/7 The Process of Communication
Some kind of physical ability is impaired ... EX: Someone loses…
Trouble understanding one another based on the way you speak…
Communication within a person
NEW SECTION... 9/7 The Process of Comm…
NEW SECTION... 9/7 The Process of Communication
Technical Interference
Some kind of physical ability is impaired ... EX: Someone loses…
927 terms
Combo with "UCF COM 1000. All Vocab Words" and 8 others
pervasiveness (ch 1)
amoral (ch 1)
logos (ch 1)
pathos (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
the process of communication is ethically neutral
logical appeals
emotional appeals
pervasiveness (ch 1)
communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
amoral (ch 1)
the process of communication is ethically neutral
27 terms
Communication 1000 Lecture 6
Nonverbal Communication
How Much of Interaction is Nonverbal
If Nonverbal and Verbal Contradict
2 Types of Nonverbal
the use of objects, action, sounds, time, and space to convey…
65%
go with nonverbal as its instinctive
vocal... nonvocal
Nonverbal Communication
the use of objects, action, sounds, time, and space to convey…
How Much of Interaction is Nonverbal
65%
19 terms
Communication 1000 chapters 1
Pervasiveness
Amoral
Logos
Pathos
Communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
The process of communication is ethically neutral.
Logical appeals.
Emotional appeals.
Pervasiveness
Communication takes place wherever humans are together becaus…
Amoral
The process of communication is ethically neutral.
22 terms
Communication 1000 Lecture 2
Humanistic Approaches of Communication
Rhetoric
Interpretivists
Critical Scholars
rhetoric... interpretivists... critical scholars
the basis for public speaking... a humanistic approach
taking a unique event and looking to understand what happens…
work to understand how power works and spreads through a soci…
Humanistic Approaches of Communication
rhetoric... interpretivists... critical scholars
Rhetoric
the basis for public speaking... a humanistic approach
56 terms
Communications 1000 Final
Film Industry in the 1970s
Hollywood Diversity Trends
Disclaimer
History of Web Browsers
The block buster saved the industry. During the 70's, young g…
Hollywood lacked diversity. They oversexualized men and women…
set in the beginning of a show or program warning the audienc…
1991: The WWW, later becoming Nexus... 1993: Mosaic... 1994: Netsca…
Film Industry in the 1970s
The block buster saved the industry. During the 70's, young g…
Hollywood Diversity Trends
Hollywood lacked diversity. They oversexualized men and women…
35 terms
Comm 1000: Conflict in Communication
Conflict
Conflict Types
Conflict Purposes 4
Persuasion
An expressed struggle between two interdependent parties who…
Intrapersonal... Interpersonal... Intragroup... Intergroup
Persuasion... Regulating Relationships... Catharsis... Clarifying Issues
Conflict Purpose... When we try to change people's minds... more l…
Conflict
An expressed struggle between two interdependent parties who…
Conflict Types
Intrapersonal... Interpersonal... Intragroup... Intergroup
51 terms
Communication 1000 chapters 2+3
Language
Decode
Semantics
Syntax
A collection of symbols, letters, or words with arbitrary mea…
The process of assigning meaning to others' words in order to…
The study of the way humans use language to evoke meaning in…
The way in which words are arranged to form phrases and sente…
Language
A collection of symbols, letters, or words with arbitrary mea…
Decode
The process of assigning meaning to others' words in order to…
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