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Interpersonal Communication
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10/02/2008

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Term

Communication

Definition
Continuous, transactional process involving participants who occupy different but overlapping environments and create relationships through the exchange of messages, many of which are affected by external, physiological phychological noise.
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Principles Of Communication
Definition
Communication with others is like dancing.
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Principles Of Communication
Definition
Intentional or unintentional
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Principles Of Communication
Definition
You can't not communicate
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Principles Of Communication
Definition
Communication is irreversible
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Principles Of Communication
Definition
Communication is unrepeatable.
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Misconceptions Of Communication
Definition
Meanings are in words (meanings are in people)
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Misconceptions of Communication
Definition
More communication is always better is a misconception
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Misconceptions Of Communication
Definition
Single events are people cause our reactions
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Misconceptions Of Communication
Definition
Communication solves all problems.
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Misconceptions Of Communication
Definition
Communication is a natural ability.
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Misconceptions of Communication
Definition
Effective Communication isn't a natural ability.
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Nature Of Interpersonal Communication
Definition
  • Interpersonal = More in depth
  • Impersonal= Less depth (just name basis)
  • Qualitative versus Quantitative
  • Unique-roles and rules
  • Irreplaceable because they're unique
  • Interdependent- fate connected<impacts others
  • Disclosure -share personal information
  • Intrinsic Rewards- develop relatioship 

 

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Communication About Relationships
Definition
  • Meta communication: Communication about communication.
  • Tool for hanling problems.
  • Way to reinforce things you like about the relationship.
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Content Messages:

 

 

Content and Relational messages

Definition
 The subject being discussed.
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Relational Messages

 

 

 

 

Content & Relational Messages

Definition
  • how the parties feel for each other.
  • Relational messages are usually nonverbal
  • Relational messages can cause conflict.
  • It's how you say it.
Term

Affinity

 

 

 

 

Types Of Relational Messages

Definition
Degree people appreciate one another
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Respect

 

 

 

  

Types of relational messages

Definition
Taking that person seriously
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Control

 

 

  

 

Types of Relational Messages

Definition
The power to influence one another.
Term

Complementary

 

 

 

  

Types of relational messages

Definition

 

 

 

Unequal

Term

Symmetrical

 

 

 

 

 Types of relational messages

Definition

 

 

50/50 Control

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Parellel

 

 

  

 

 Types of relational messages

Definition

 

 

Shared control, lead.

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Communication Competence
Definition
Effective communication involves achieving one's goals in a manner that, ideally maintains of enhances the relationship in which it occurs.
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Characteristics Of Competence
Definition
  • No "ideal" way to communiate
  • Competence is rational.
  • Competence is also relational
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Characteristics Of Competent Communication
Definition
  • Wide range of behaviors/responses
  • Ability to choose appropriate behavior
  • Skill at performing behavior- awareness, awkward, consciously skilled, intergrated.
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Cognitive Complexity

 

 

 

 

 Characteristics of competent communication

Definition

 

 

A variety of frame works for viewing an issue. (empathy)

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Self Monitoring

 

 

  

 

Characteristics of competent communication

Definition

 

 

unbiased view of your own behavior

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Commitment

 

 

 

 

 Characteristics of competent communication

Definition

 

 

Care about that relationship

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Perception

Definition

 

 

What you see is what you get

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Perception Process
Definition
  • What "is" and what we "know" are two different things partial picture of reality.
  • We omit detail, trivial info, & oversimplify
  • We attach meaning to our experiences by attending to ceratin stimuli and ignoring others. We do this in three steps:
  • Selection: Organization: Interpretation
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Selection of Data We Attend to

 

 

Perception processs

Definition
  • Factors that cause us to notice messages:
  • Intense Stimuli
  • Repetitious stimuli
  • Contrast or change
  • Motives (what kind of mission are you on?)
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Definition
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Fore & Grand 

 

 

Organization: Arranging the Message in Meaningful ways

  

Perception Process

Definition

 

 

something stands out

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Perceptual Schema

 

 

 

 

Organization/perception process

Definition
Cognitive frameworks
Term

Physical

 

 

Organization:perception process

Definition

 

 

Appearance/ Gender

Term

Role

 

 

 

 

Organization: perception process

Definition

 

 

social position, student, bus driver

Term

Interaction

 

 

 

Organization: perception process

Definition
Social Behavior, friendly jerk
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Psychological

 

 

 

 

Organization:perception process

Definition
paranoid, insecure, smart
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Memberships

 

 

 

 

Organization:perception process

Definition

YMCA

Politcal party, religion

 

 

which percepual shema do you rely on first?

I'sn't this stereo typing? Difference?

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Stereo Types

 

 

 

Organization:perception process

Definition

 

 

exaggerated, often negative

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Generalizations

 

 

 

 

Organization:Perception process

Definition
Help categorize and organize
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Arguing & Never Solving the Cycle

 

 

 

Organization:perception process

Definition

Punctuation impacts organization

Cause & Effects - punctuated your own

Nagging / withdrawl

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90/10 Rule

 

 

 

Organization:perception process

Definition

90% spent fighting about the problem

and  10% spent on identifying and fixing the problem.

 You want to spend 90% identifying and fixing the problem and 10% fighting about the problem!

 

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