Interplay Interpersonal Communication

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Throughout this course I have learn many new and helpful concepts and terms. In the Interplay The Process of Interpersonal Communication, there is twelve chapters filled with tons of useful and meaningful information. I can’t just pick just one chapter to focus on, I picked chapters that I think is relevant. And some of the terms in each chapter that I believe I can relate to and the ones that stood out to me more than others.
In chapter one is all about the interpersonal process which how we communicate and why we do. But there are many need and factors with communicating. There some of the terms that stood out to me in this chapter they are environment, communications, feedback, noise, and transactional communication model. Environment is
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The terms in chapter seven that many can relate to, is listening, supporting, understanding, responding, remembering, questioning, paraphrasing. Listening is the process of receiving and responding to other’s messages. Its the least interpersonal type. Listening can help reveal more in a conversation, the more you listen the more you hear and can understand. Supporting is responses that reveal the listener’s solidarity with the speaker’s situation. Women are more supporter, than men, buts not always like this everyone is different and every conversation is different as well. Understanding is the ability to make sense of messages. You comprehend more information from a class, or a chat. Understanding can help your grades, succeed with a friendship, relationship, and much more. The more you understand the more you learn about someone, or topic. Responding is giving observable feedback to the speaker. and a way to show that you are there and care for the speaker. Everyone has different ways responding to questions, statements and so on. Remembering is the ability to recall information once we’ve understood it. It take time to strength this, many conversations that happened most people can’t even remember what happened, or fifty percent what was said. Questioning occurs when the listener asks the speaker for additional information. Questioning show the speaker that you are listening and that you understand. This helps you as listener as well. It clarifies meaning, you can learn new things, encourages you and others, and gather facts and details. Paraphrasing is feedback that restates, in your own words, the message you thought the speaker sent. There are many types of paraphrasing, a few are changing the speaker’s wording, offering an example, theme of the speaker’s remarks. By paraphrasing the listener can learn that the speaker

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