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we gain our personal identities by:
communication with others
systemic process in which people interact with and thrugh symbols to creat and interpret meaning.
comminication
communication takes place within __________- that consist of interrleated parts that affect on another
systems
the heart of communication
meanings
two levels of meaning
-content-level
-relationship-level
contains literal message.. "may I come in" from a random person ( they want to come in)
content level of meaning
express the relationship between communication
relationship level of meaning
anything that interfers with untended meaning of communication
noise
responce to a message
feedback
credibility
ethos
pathos
emotion
Logos
logical
research method involving numerical form, surveys, instruments, questionaires or interview that measures
Quantitive
non-numerical, enthography- measure in their context, get perspective of those native to the context
Qualititive
studying phenomeon in multiple ways
triangualtion
creates meaning- when we make sense of exp. and stimuli around us
perception
holds that we organize and interpret experience by applying cognitive structures called cognetic schemeta
constructivism
process of creating explanations
interpretation
when we construct attributions that serve our interests- arent necessarly accurate
self-serving bias
explanations of why things happen and why people act as they do
attributions
used to enhance success in a variety of situations by teaching people to see themselves positively
positive visualization
how elaborately we interact to shape perceptions
cognitive complexity
goes beyond what you know or assume to be correct
inference
doesnt have a very clear defination, a "good" friend- could mean many things
ambigous
words arent instrinctically connected to what they represent
arbitrary
means words arent concrete, they stand for other things
abstract
an assessment that suggest that something is unchanging
static evaluation
to win no matter what
sophistic