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chapter 5-6

Language Is a unified system of sumbols that permits a sharing meaning
Triangle of meaning No direct realtionship between words and things as Ogden and Richards triangle of meaning illustrates.
Connotative meaning subjective meaning one's personal meaning for a word
Denotatve Meaning dictonary meaning the objective or descriptive meaning of a word
discuss how culture and gender influence language use. The ways women and men experience process and the use of language . Language use vaires from culture to culture words change over time and from place to place.
Provide examples of bypassing Communication problem that results from confusing meanings is by passing(people think that they understand each other but dont
Explain how tech is affecting language use How we communicate online frequently differs from how we communicate in person.
non-verbal communication all the human responses that are not expressed in words
kinesics body language (facial expressions,posture,eye gaze and eye contact and gestures
paralanguage The vocal cues that accompany spoken languages
proxemics The study of space
chronemics The study of time
haptics the study of the use of touch
olfactics The study of the sense of smell
The face is an important source of info A non verbal info and communicates a variety of emotions. In addition eye contact pupil size and the smile provide additional cues to informed obsevers
Explain how artifactual communication can affect interaction Non verbal cues and integral part of the nonverbal package. Includes the use of personal adornments .
Intimate distance 0-18 inches physcial contact
Personal distance 18 in to 4 feet hold hands or shake
social distance 4 to 12 feet keep people at arms lenght
public distance 12 feet out of sight strangers
informal space Space that is highly mobile and can be quickly changed
semi fixed feature space in which objects are used to create distance
fixed feature space space that contains relatively permament objects
Explain why territoriality is an important concept in communication The need to demonstrate a possessive or ownership realtionship to space
markers markers are used to reserve space and set boundaries that help identify the space as belonging to someone
Id the ways gender diversity and techolgoy influence nonverbal behavior The ways men and women use non verbal cues reflects societal practices.
Explain the role of nonverbal cues play in deception and truth telling We can id deception cues that leak out when a person lies. High self monitors emit fewer cues making detection more difficult
Id how you can improve your non-verbal communication effectiveness By observing and analyzing the physcial enviroment of interactions as well as the appearance, body language vocal cues and touching behavior of the participants.
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