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Comm 101 Final

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The study of the sounds that compose individual languages and how those sounds communicate meaning phonology
The study of meaning semantics
The rules that govern word order syntax
Nonverbal communication made with part of the body kinetics
the study of the communicative function of touch haptics
Clothing and other accessories artifacts
The study of how people use spatial cues- proxemics
The study of how people use time to communicate chronemics
An effect that runs in the opposite direction from the desired effect boomerang effect
The rhetorical use of emotions to affect audience decision making is is a persuasive appeal of pathos
A logical fallacy that assumes that what is true of the whole group will also be true of the part sweeping generalization
A logical fallacy which attempts to justify an argument by citing a highly admired or well- known figure appeal to authority
The logical fallacy that implies that one of two outcomes is inevitable and that both have negative consequences false dilemma
The inequity of access between the technology "haves" and "have-nots" digital divide
Unwanted commercial messages and advertisements sent through e-mail spam
Misrepresenting oneself online spoofing
The persuasive appeal most concerned with logic logos
Refers to how close or involved people appear to be with each other immediacy
An "ok" gesture emblem
The "music"of the human voice vocal qualities
Concerned with how people use time as a message chronemics
Proposes that the patterns of connections among people affect their social behavior and communication social network theory