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speech ch 1 vocab

ethics a person's sense of right or wrong
communication sender, receiver, message, and feedback
sender one who transmits a message
message that chichis sent or said
receiver the person who recieves a message
communication barrier any obstacle that gets in the way effective communication
written communication any communication that must be read
oral communication communication that is primarily spoken
nonverbal communication facial expressions or body movements used to express attitudes or moods about a person situation, or idea
symbol (1) anything that stands for an idea and is used for communication
symbol (2) animate of a person, place, thing, or action that calls to mind some other, usually broader, idea or range of ideas
intrapersonal communication dialogue conducted with oneself to assess one's thoughts, feelings, and reactions
oratory/rhetoric the art or study of public speaking
orator a person who delivers a public speech especially a person known for doing this skillfully
logical appeal attraction stemming from sequence, analyze, and evidence to prove a point
emotional appeal persuasive technique that involves "striking an emotional chord" ; the use of issues and values scubas patriotism, family, and honor to win an audience's favor
ethical (personal) appeal a persuasive quality based on a speaker's natural honesty, sincerity, and commitment to what is right and good
dialogue conversation between actors, persons, or groups
motivation an inner drive, need, or impulse that causes a person to act
stereotyping making a distorted mental image of someone or something on the basis of an over simplified opinion, a prejudice attitude or an unexamined judgement held in common by members of the group
responsible answerable or accountable for one's actions
epitomize to serve as a typical or ideal example of
mesmerized hypnotized, spell bound, or fascinated
flippant lacking proper respect or seriousness
reciprocal mutually corresponding or communication
the communication process consists of which things sender, receivers, message, feedback
building a strong "value structure foundation" consist of working to be a good person, communicating constructively , and caring about your audience
Aristotle defined three major methods for appealing to an audience by logical appeal, emotional appeal, and ethical appeal
why does a successful communicator need to be responsible? so you will be accountable for your actions and words and to set a good example
why would a good communicator combine ethics with responsibility? ethics is a persons sense of right or wrong and responsibly is being responsible for your actions
what phrase means the same as "body language" nonverbal communication; eye roll, frown, peace sign, shrug, eyebrow lift
why is intrapersonal communication often the most important communication so you can be honest and being positive to make good decisions
what audience-related factors should a speaker consider when preparing to speak? age, gender, background, education, socioeconomic/ social status
what two forces should motivate words the desire to treat both people and situation fairly and to avoid stereotyping others; the desire to set a good example for others
good interpersonal communication is preceded by intrapersonal communication
Created by: delaneyferris