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IPC Communication
interpersonal
intrapersonal
dyad
small group
communication with others
communication with yourself
two people communicating
family, team, class
interpersonal
communication with others
intrapersonal
communication with yourself
IPC Channels of Nonverbal Communication
Kinesics
Emblems
Illistrators
Affects Display
Study of communication through body movement
Substitutes for words. Thumbs up, shh....
Describing shapes with hands
"You look angry whats wrong?" Movements of face that show exp…
Kinesics
Study of communication through body movement
Emblems
Substitutes for words. Thumbs up, shh....
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Communication 107- IPC Comm
Importance of Studying IPC
George Bernard Shaw
lack of competent IPC has been cause of:
Definition of Communication
new look at familiar topic... how we interact with friends, fami…
The problem with communication.. is the ILLUSION that is has…
-relationship breakups... -sexual problems... -work problems... -poor…
is the PROCESS through which people use MESSAGES to generate…
Importance of Studying IPC
new look at familiar topic... how we interact with friends, fami…
George Bernard Shaw
The problem with communication.. is the ILLUSION that is has…
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Interpersonal communication IPC
Identify communication process ... sender…
Components of effective communication…
Components of effective communication…
Components of effective communication…
Sender>message>... Receiver>feedback
1. Handling request ... 2. Making request ... 3. Reinforcing behavi…
1. Responding... 2. Asking questions... 3. Communicating with inmates
1. Posturing... 2. Positioning... 3. Observing... 4. Listening
Identify communication process ... sender…
Sender>message>... Receiver>feedback
Components of effective communication…
1. Handling request ... 2. Making request ... 3. Reinforcing behavi…
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IPC: Organizational Communication
3 factors that make workplace relation…
voluntary vs involuntary workplace rel…
tall structure vs flat structure hiera…
superior-subordinate relationships
1. voluntary (but can also be involuntary)... 2. Temporary... 3. hi…
voluntary: majority of workplace relationships, as you decide…
tall structure- many levels of supervisors and administrators…
characterized by a status differential between individuals, f…
3 factors that make workplace relation…
1. voluntary (but can also be involuntary)... 2. Temporary... 3. hi…
voluntary vs involuntary workplace rel…
voluntary: majority of workplace relationships, as you decide…
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IPC: Family Communication
Are family relationships voluntary and…
content expectations of marital relati…
relational expectations of martial rel…
traditional couples
Yes, because we sometimes include unbiological people into ou…
focuses on how the relationship is defined by the role each p…
the similarity, or correspondence of the emotional, or affect…
demonstrate a high amount of interdependence and sharing, ado…
Are family relationships voluntary and…
Yes, because we sometimes include unbiological people into ou…
content expectations of marital relati…
focuses on how the relationship is defined by the role each p…
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IPC foundations of communications
Channel
Circumstances (context)
Communication process
Communicators
The medium that messages go through to get to one communicato…
The context of the situation and to the fundamental nature of…
Sharing meaning verbally and non verbally
The people involved in a verbal/nonverbal exchange
Channel
The medium that messages go through to get to one communicato…
Circumstances (context)
The context of the situation and to the fundamental nature of…
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IPC: Nonverbal communication
nonverbal communication
principles/power of NV codes
Functions of NVC
complementing (part of modifying)
behaviors and characteristics that convey meaning without the…
1. often trusted more than verbal... 2. emotionally powerful... 3.…
1. express meaning... 2.modify verbal messages... 3. regulate the f…
NV verifies verbal messages (sick- come to door in pjs)
nonverbal communication
behaviors and characteristics that convey meaning without the…
principles/power of NV codes
1. often trusted more than verbal... 2. emotionally powerful... 3.…
IPC: Chapter 15: Communication Technology
signal
code
telecommunication
analog signals
a sign that represents information, such as a command, a dire…
a set of rules used to interpret signals to convey information
a communication method that uses electromagnetic means
a signal corresponding to a quantity whose values can change…
signal
a sign that represents information, such as a command, a dire…
code
a set of rules used to interpret signals to convey information
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IPC Final- Culture and Communication
Perception Process
Prejudice
Sterotype
Perception Checking
1. Selection- focusing on specific stimuli,the most important…
a prejudged, negative view on some
treating everyone with similar characteristics
to double check your understanding with another person ( if n…
Perception Process
1. Selection- focusing on specific stimuli,the most important…
Prejudice
a prejudged, negative view on some
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IPC final culture & communication
Attribution
Fact
Opinion
Perception checking
Creating meaning for behaviors
Observable phenomena
Your feelings/thoughts on a subject or fact
Skill used to double check your understanding of what is goin…
Attribution
Creating meaning for behaviors
Fact
Observable phenomena
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IPC final- Foundations of Communications
Channel
Circumstances
Communication Process
Communicators
The different mediums messages must go through to get from on…
This refers to the context of the situation and to the fundam…
People sharing meaning, verbally and nonverbally.
The people involved in a verbal/nonverbal exchange.
Channel
The different mediums messages must go through to get from on…
Circumstances
This refers to the context of the situation and to the fundam…
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IPC - Inter Process Communication
What are the differences between a pro…
give at least 5 examples for IPC methods
1. what is Signal ? how to use signals…
what is the difference between a signa…
1. each process lives in a separate virtual memory space whil…
1. Pipes (use pipe before the fork)... 2. Signals - with the use…
1. Signals can be viewed as a mean of communication between t…
Signals can be viewed as a mean of communication between the…
What are the differences between a pro…
1. each process lives in a separate virtual memory space whil…
give at least 5 examples for IPC methods
1. Pipes (use pipe before the fork)... 2. Signals - with the use…
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IPC- The Communication Axioms
What is an axiom?
Black Box
What is axiom 1?
Define Punctuation
a fact statement about something
What we are according to axioms. Nobody can read what we are…
"One cannot not communicate."
When a relationship begins and when it ends
What is an axiom?
a fact statement about something
Black Box
What we are according to axioms. Nobody can read what we are…
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IPC Chapter 5-Nonverbal Communication
Nonverbal Communication
Interaction Adaptation Theory
Four Principles of Nonverbal Communica…
Turn Taking
"unspoken dialogue," all behaviors other than spoken words th…
suggests individuals simultaneously adapt their communication…
-often ambiguous... -regulates conversation... -more believable tha…
in a conversation, nonverbal regulators that indicate who tal…
Nonverbal Communication
"unspoken dialogue," all behaviors other than spoken words th…
Interaction Adaptation Theory
suggests individuals simultaneously adapt their communication…
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IPC: Mediated Communication
4 Benefits of CMC
3 Negatives of CMC
F2F vs. CMC: Level of Communication Ac…
lurking
1. Many people have access to technology today... 2. It is less…
1. It can malfunction... 2. Addition of new apps constantly can…
F2F: active, engaged in conversation... CMC: passive and active,…
viewing posts on mediated channels without providing feedback
4 Benefits of CMC
1. Many people have access to technology today... 2. It is less…
3 Negatives of CMC
1. It can malfunction... 2. Addition of new apps constantly can…
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IPC: intercultural communication
culture
diversity
socialization
ethnicity
shared perceptions that shape the communication patterns and…
unique qualities or characteristics that distinguish individu…
the processing of learning about cultural norms and expectati…
refers to the common heritage or background of a group of peo…
culture
shared perceptions that shape the communication patterns and…
diversity
unique qualities or characteristics that distinguish individu…
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IPC Chapter 6 - Verbal Communication
verbal communication
symbols
constitutive rules
regulative rules
the exchange of spoken or written language with others during…
items used to represent other things, ideas, or events... ex. le…
guidelines that define word meaning according to a particular…
guidelines that regulate how we use language when we verbally…
verbal communication
the exchange of spoken or written language with others during…
symbols
items used to represent other things, ideas, or events... ex. le…
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IPC Chapter 7 - Nonverbal communication
nonverbal communication
mixed messages
nonverbal communication codes
kinesics
the intentional or unintentional transmission of meaning thru…
verbal and nonverbal behaviors that convey contradictory mean…
different ways to transmit information nonverbally (artifacts…
nonverbal code; represents messages communicated in visible b…
nonverbal communication
the intentional or unintentional transmission of meaning thru…
mixed messages
verbal and nonverbal behaviors that convey contradictory mean…
IPC- Ch. 7: Communication and Emotion
emotion
valence
activity
intensity
the critical internal structure that orients us to and engage…
attribute of emotion that refers to whether the emotion refle…
attribute of emotion that refers to whether the emotion impli…
attribute of emotion that refers to how strongly an emotion i…
emotion
the critical internal structure that orients us to and engage…
valence
attribute of emotion that refers to whether the emotion refle…
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IPC Chapter 7: Communicating Nonverbally
Nonverbal communication
4 Main Distinctions from Verbal Commun…
Nonverbal communication codes
Kinesics
intentional/unintentional transmission of meaning through an…
Uses multiple channels, is more ambiguous, has fewer rules, h…
different means used for transmitting information nonverbally…
visible body movements (strongest nonverbal code), used in fa…
Nonverbal communication
intentional/unintentional transmission of meaning through an…
4 Main Distinctions from Verbal Commun…
Uses multiple channels, is more ambiguous, has fewer rules, h…
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IPC Chapter 6: Communicating Verbally
Verbal communication
Language is...
Symbols
Arbitrary
exchange of spoken/written language with others during intera…
symbolic, flexible, governed by rules, cultural, and evolving.
whenever we use items to represent other things
random words not intrinsically connected to what they represe…
Verbal communication
exchange of spoken/written language with others during intera…
Language is...
symbolic, flexible, governed by rules, cultural, and evolving.
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IPC Chapter 6- Communicating verbally
Verbal communication
Constitutive rules
Regulative rules
Personal idioms
is the exchange of spoken or written language with others dur…
define word meaning: they tell us which words represent which…
govern how we use language when we verbally communicate. ("Ho…
are words and phrases that have unique meanings to them.
Verbal communication
is the exchange of spoken or written language with others dur…
Constitutive rules
define word meaning: they tell us which words represent which…
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IPC Chapter 4 - Communicating Verbally
Language
Verbal Symbols
Grammar
Encoding
a system comprised of vocabulary and rules of grammar that al…
words or vocabulary that make up a language
rules that dictate the structure of language
process of putting our thoughts into meaningful language
Language
a system comprised of vocabulary and rules of grammar that al…
Verbal Symbols
words or vocabulary that make up a language
IPC- Chapter 4: Communicating Verbally
Euphemism
idiom
phatic communication
code-switching
a milder or less direct word for another word that is more bl…
word or phrase that has an understood meaning within a cultur…
comm. consisting of words and phrases that are used for inter…
shifting back and forth between languages in the same convers…
Euphemism
a milder or less direct word for another word that is more bl…
idiom
word or phrase that has an understood meaning within a cultur…
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Lecture 6 - InterProcess Communication (IPC)
Independent Process
Cooperating Process
Why use Cooperating Processes?
IPC Requirements
Any process that does not share data with any other process
Any processes that share data with other processes
-speed: exploit parallelism via threads and allow multiple le…
-Data Transfer ... -Synchronization
Independent Process
Any process that does not share data with any other process
Cooperating Process
Any processes that share data with other processes
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OS Ch3.2 - interprocess communication (IPC)
message passing
message system
direct communication
indirect communication
way for processes to communicate and synchronize their action…
processes communicate without using shared variables
processes must call each other clearly EX:... send (P, message)…
messages are directed and received from MAILBOXES. ... each mail…
message passing
way for processes to communicate and synchronize their action…
message system
processes communicate without using shared variables
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IPC Unit 1 Foundations of Communication Test
an exchange of information involving c…
__________________________ is both ver…
the _____________________ model portra…
the ______________________ model portr…
communication
communication
transmission
interaction
an exchange of information involving c…
communication
__________________________ is both ver…
communication
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culture and communication IPC Final pt. 3
selective attention
stereotyping
inferences
attribution
process of focusing on specific stimuli and ignoring others
act of treating everyone with similar characteristics as thou…
conclusions we draw about fact we observe
creating meaning for behaviors
selective attention
process of focusing on specific stimuli and ignoring others
stereotyping
act of treating everyone with similar characteristics as thou…
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OS C.3b Interprocess Communication (IPC)
fork()
Independent processes
Cooperating processes
Two Communications Models
child process gets a complete copy... of the parent memory and I…
does not share data
share data, need IPC
...
fork()
child process gets a complete copy... of the parent memory and I…
Independent processes
does not share data
Operating Systems: Interprocess Communication (IPC) Introduction
Why do process need to be able to comm…
How do processes communicate?
What is a Race Condition?
Process can share _____.
1. To pass information which is relevant for a given multipro…
By having their threads communicate for them, as threads shar…
Occurs when two or more processes are reading or writing some…
Common Storage
Why do process need to be able to comm…
1. To pass information which is relevant for a given multipro…
How do processes communicate?
By having their threads communicate for them, as threads shar…
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ICS332: Inter-Process Communications (IPCs)
IPC:... What are (4) reasons why cooperat…
IPC: ... What is inter-process communicat…
IPC:... What are (2) broad models of IPC?
IPC - Message-Passing:... What are (2) ad…
Answer:... 1. Information sharing.... 2. Computation speedup.... 3. Mo…
Answer:... Means of communication for cooperating processes.... (So…
Answer:... 1. Shared Memory.... 2. Message Passing.... (Source: W4L2P2)
Answer:... Advantage... -----------... 1. Useful for exchanging small…
IPC:... What are (4) reasons why cooperat…
Answer:... 1. Information sharing.... 2. Computation speedup.... 3. Mo…
IPC: ... What is inter-process communicat…
Answer:... Means of communication for cooperating processes.... (So…
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IPC Unit 1 Quiz- analyzing a communication situation
communication MESSAGE
context
feedback
example of feedback
-an idea... -thought... -any information
the situation. it changes your perspective of the message
a response
facial expression
communication MESSAGE
-an idea... -thought... -any information
context
the situation. it changes your perspective of the message
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COMM 3200 exam 1 - history of IPC and overview of communication concepts
Historical context
Close relationships
Social inclusion
Behavioral control
In this interdisciplinary context of communication, we were c…
These types of relationships provide life with meaning, are t…
One need fulfillment in relationships.... The need to be sought…
One need fulfillment in relationships.... The need for some degr…
Historical context
In this interdisciplinary context of communication, we were c…
Close relationships
These types of relationships provide life with meaning, are t…
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IPC Exam 3
General Termination Process- recogniti…
General Termination Process- discussio…
General Termination Process- assistanc…
General Termination Process- decision…
can be one sided, when you realize that your relationship is…
how do we handle these problems? Is it worth terminating the…
who can I depend on to support me if I have to terminate my r…
needs to occur through dyadic contact (not always though- ex:…
General Termination Process- recogniti…
can be one sided, when you realize that your relationship is…
General Termination Process- discussio…
how do we handle these problems? Is it worth terminating the…
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IPC Unit Vocabulary
sender
receiver
channel/medium/pipeline
context
A person who transmits a message
A person or organization that is being communicated to by ano…
Both the route traveled by the message and the means of trans…
Conditions, including facts, social/historical background, ti…
sender
A person who transmits a message
receiver
A person or organization that is being communicated to by ano…
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IPC UNIT 7 Waves Vocabulary
wave
medium
crest
trough
a repeating disturbance that transfers energy as it travels t…
matter through which a wave travels
the highest point on a transverse wave
the lowest point on a transverse wave
wave
a repeating disturbance that transfers energy as it travels t…
medium
matter through which a wave travels
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IPC Chapter 2
Intercultural Communication
Culture
Enculturation
Acculturation
Communication between and among individuals and groups from d…
The shared, personal, and learned life experiences of a group…
The process that occurs when a person -- either consciously o…
The process that occurs when a person learns, adapts to, and…
Intercultural Communication
Communication between and among individuals and groups from d…
Culture
The shared, personal, and learned life experiences of a group…
20 terms
midterm ipc
A Communication Continuum
3 levels of communication
features of IPC
the comm process
interpersonal communication literally occurs between ... people.…
I-It Communication In an I-It relationship, we treat others v…
Selective First, as we noted earlier, we don't want to commun…
people... message... channel... feedback... interference... external... inter…
A Communication Continuum
interpersonal communication literally occurs between ... people.…
3 levels of communication
I-It Communication In an I-It relationship, we treat others v…
IPC
IPC
Continuous process
Dynamic process
Consequential
Using symbols to represent ideas in order to share meanings a…
messages are constantly exchanged thru different channels or…
message meanings change over time
messages produce outcomes and are goal-oriented
IPC
Using symbols to represent ideas in order to share meanings a…
Continuous process
messages are constantly exchanged thru different channels or…
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IPC Test 1- Schrodt
Stigma
instrumental needs
model
source
a characteristic that discredits a person, making him or her…
practical, everyday needs
a formal description of a process
the originator of a thought or idea
Stigma
a characteristic that discredits a person, making him or her…
instrumental needs
practical, everyday needs
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IPC Unit 1
Kinesics
Emblems
Affect Displays
Illustrators
body movement
nonverbal gestures that have a direct verbal translation
facial muscle movements used to display meaning
nonverbal used to enhance the understanding of a message (THI…
Kinesics
body movement
Emblems
nonverbal gestures that have a direct verbal translation
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IPC Schrodt Test 2
co-cultures
individualistic culture
collectiivistic culture
low-context culture
groups of people who share values, customs, and norms related…
a culture that emphasizes individuality and responsibility to…
a culture that places greater emphasis on loyalty to the fami…
a culture in which verbal communication is expected to be exp…
co-cultures
groups of people who share values, customs, and norms related…
individualistic culture
a culture that emphasizes individuality and responsibility to…
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ipc quiz 1
what does science ask questions about
what is science driven by
science definition
another word for quantitative
nature
curiosity
a system of knowledge and the methods you use to find that kn…
numerical
what does science ask questions about
nature
what is science driven by
curiosity
IPC chapter one
Interpersonal communication
Reasons for IPC
Instrumental goals
Linear communication model
Create relationships through th exchange of messages
Social, physical, psychological, identity
Getting others to behave in ways we want
A sender, encodes, message, channel, receiver, decodes, noise
Interpersonal communication
Create relationships through th exchange of messages
Reasons for IPC
Social, physical, psychological, identity
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IPC Chapter 11 Vocabulary Electromagnetic Waves
electromagnetic wave
photon
gamma ray
infrared wave
waves created by vibrating electric charges; consists of vibr…
mass-less energy-containing particle that electromagnetic wav…
electromagnetic wave with a wavelength less than about 100 tr…
electromagnetic wave with a wavelength between about 1 mm and…
electromagnetic wave
waves created by vibrating electric charges; consists of vibr…
photon
mass-less energy-containing particle that electromagnetic wav…
20 terms
IPC Vocabulary
Scientific Methods
Hypothesis
Experiment
Variable
a series of steps followed to solve problems
An educated guess
A research method in which an investigator manipulates one or…
A symbol used to represent a quantity that can change
Scientific Methods
a series of steps followed to solve problems
Hypothesis
An educated guess
IPC Exam 1
NCA
Longest Communication Association in t…
dialect/gestures/delivery
conent focus/aristotle/sophist/persuas…
National Communication Association
NCA
speech
rhetoric
NCA
National Communication Association
Longest Communication Association in t…
NCA
IPC
Self
Self-Awareness
Social Comparison
Self-Concept
An evolving composite of self-awareness, self-concept, and se…
The ability to view yourself as a unique person distinct from…
Observing and assigning meaning to others' behavior and then…
Your overall perception of who you are based on your beliefs,…
Self
An evolving composite of self-awareness, self-concept, and se…
Self-Awareness
The ability to view yourself as a unique person distinct from…
Chapter 3 IPC
Selection
Organization
The four steps to the perception proce…
Stereotyping
The first stage in the perception process in which some data…
The second stage in the perception process in which selected…
Selection, organization, interpretation, and negotiation
Categorizing individuals according to a set of characteristic…
Selection
The first stage in the perception process in which some data…
Organization
The second stage in the perception process in which selected…
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