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CMM

Comm Theory - Coordinated Management of Meaning

TermDefinition
transmission model picturing communication as a transfer of meaning by a source of sending a message through a channel to a receiver. Source-->Message-->Channel-->Receiver
CMM theory that looks directly at communication process and what it's doing.
Communication perspective an ongoing focus on how communication makes our social worlds.
social constructionists curious participants in a pluralistic world who believe that persons-in-conversation co-construct their own social realities and are simultaneously shaped by the worlds they create.
LUUUUTT 1) lived stories; 2) unknown stories; 3) untold stories; 4) unheard stories; 5) untellable stories; 6) story telling; 7) stories told
logical force the moral pressure or sense of obligation a person feels to respond in a given way to what someone else has just said or done ("I had no choice")
coordination people collaborating in an attempt to bring into being their vision of what is necessary, noble, and good, and to preclude the enactment of what they fear, hate, or despise.
first claim our communication creates our social worlds
second claim the stories we tell differ from the stories we live
third claim we get what we make
fourth claim get the pattern right, create better outcomes
bifurcation point a critical point in a conversation where what one says next will affect the unfolding pattern of interaction and potentially take it in a different direction.
mindfulness the presence or awareness of what participants are making in the midst of their own conversation.
dialogic communication conversation in which parties remain in the tension between holding their own perspective while being profoundly open to the other
narrow ridge a metaphor of I-Thou living in the dialogic tension between relativism and rigid absolutism
I-It relationship we treat the other person as a thing to be used, an object to be manipulated; lacks mutuality; high levels of deceit
I-Thou relationship we regard our partner as the very one we are; viewed as created in the image of God & resolve to treat him/her as a valued end rather than a means to our own end - can only do this through dialogue (ethical communication)
Created by: moogoogaiboo