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SC 135 EXAM 1


What is the definition of the Latin word Communicare? To make common or to share
Where or with whom does communication begin? it begins with yourself
What is the definition of mental noise any noise dealing with distractions in our mind
What does the context of intarpersonal communication mean? involving one person, clarifying ideas, analyzing situations, appreciating a sitution
What term refers to communication "strictly" between two people? Interpersonal communication
What is the component of communication that the sender wants the receiver to get? Encoding
What is the definition of syntax? to develop within a particular speech community
What is the definition of decoding? Interpreting assignment meaning, converting the words to your own thoughts
What is the definition of jargon? Special use of words in terms , from specialized training
What is the meaning of the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis? language extensively shapes culture
What are the components and elements of communication? 1.)people,message,channel,context,feedback 2.)sender/encoder,receiver/decoder,noise
What are the contexts of communication? physical, social, chronological, cultural
What are the terms relating to public communication? formality, structure, planning
What does the use of nonverbal code mean? When silenced is express in a communication
(True or False)Diad means the term refering to communication strictly between two people True
What is the nature of communication in different contexts? Intrapersonel communication, and Interpersonal communication
Can messages be sent both verbally and non verbally? Yes
What is the definition of communication? A two-way process of reaching mutual understanding
(True or False)The word syntax means to develop within a particular speech community True
What is the definition of encoding? The act of translating thoughts and feeling into specific words
What is the definition of decoding? Interpreting assignment meaning, converting the words to your own thoughts
What is the definition of connotative meaning? greatly influenced by culture
(True or False)The meaning of the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis is the language extensively shapes culture True
What is the definition of semantics? How humans use language to evolve meaning in others
What is the definition of abritrary? to use precise and accurate words
What is the definition of paraphrasing? to express the meaning of
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