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COMMUNICATION
The simultaneous sharing and creating od meaning through human symbolic action.
COMMUNICATIONS
Denotes the delivery systems for mediated and mass communicatin.
ETHICS
An individual's system of moral principles.
PLAGIARISM
THe use of another persons information, language, or ideas without citing the originator and making it appear that the user is the originator.
PROCESS
Series of actions that has no beginning or end and is constantly changing.
SYSTEM
Combinationof parts interdependently acting to form a whole.
INTERACTION
Exchange of communication in which communicators take turns sending and recieving messages.
TRANSACTION
Exchange of communication in which the communicators act simulataneously, that is, encoding and decoding occur at the same time.
INTENTIONAL COMMUNICATION
A message that is purposfully sent to a specific receiver.
UNITENTIONAL COMMUNCATION
A message that is not intended for the person who receives it.
SOURCE
The creator of messages.
ENCODING
Process by which the source translates thoughts or feelings in words, sounds, and physical expressions, which together make up the actual message that is to be sent.
MESSAGE
The stimulus that is produced by the source.
INTERFERENCE
Anything that changes the meaning of an intended message.
CHANNEL
The route (such as sound waves or light waves) by which messages flow between sources and recievers.
RECEIVER
The individual who analyzes and interprets the message.
DECODING
The process of translating a message into the thoughts or feelings that were communicated.
FEEDBACK
The response to a message that the reciever sends to the source.
ENVIRONMENT
The psychological and physical surroundings in which communication occurs.
CONTEXT
Circumstances or situation in which communication occurs.
INTRAPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
The process of understanding unformation within oneself.
INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
The informal exchange of information between two or more people.
DYADIC COMMUNICATION
An exchange of information between two people.
INTERVIEW
A carefully planned and executed question and answer session designed to exchange desired information between two parties.
SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION
An exchange of info among a relativly small number of persons, ideally 7, who share a common purpose, such as doing a task, solving a problem, making a decision, or sharing info.
PUBLIC COMMUNICATION
Transmission of a message from one person who speaks to a number of people who listen.
MEDIATED COMMUNICATION
Any communication transmitted by some kind of mechanist means, such as radio, television, telephone, etc.
MASS COMMUNICATION
Communicating with or to a large number of people.
REPERTOIRE
Wide range of communication behaviors from which effective communicators make choices.