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32 Cards in this Set

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abstract
can mean many things
taboo
negative conotations
sender
initiator of communication, sends message with more than words to the reciever
message
heart
decode
filtering process of the reciever
feedback
tells the sender:
how am i doing
what should my next move be?
judgment
personal conclusion
inference
guess
denotation
dictionary or literal meaning
connotation
personal meaning
concrete
means of, or very few things
loaded words
carry strong negative or positive connotations
encoding
selection process of sender
Reciever
target of communication
channel
means of message trasmission
interference
disrupts encoding and decoding process
report
body of verifyable facts
3 last ones
Squabbling
aimless
genius
Tenet 1
life is a network of dynamic systems
Tenet 2
Entropy exists in each of these systems and has the potential to increase
Systems
PHMS
FSS(Financial security system)
KAS(knowledge acwuistion system)
t3 A
Entropy can be prohibited by:
A. identify and name each system

c. Rank
D. determin if any vital components also function as entropy entry points
T3 B
b. Analyze each systems vital componets
T3 C
c. Rank
T3 D
D. determin if any vital components also function as entropy entry points
T3 E
Identify and say what will prohibit entropy at these points
t3 F
apply standards to vital components/entropy entry points and make final adjustments
t4
Prohibiting entropy in this way results in responsible management of each of the systems in the network of dynamic systems of life.
NON VERBAL WAYS
spatial, posture, appearence, tone, eyes, gestures
entropy
amount of energy in a system that is available for work
NON VERBAL WAYS
spatial, posture, appearence, tone, eyes, gestures
entropy
amount of energy in a system that is available for work