An age in which communication technology and media converge and deeply permeate daily life.
Refers to the ways in which the many forms of technologically mediated and face-to-fafe communication overlap and intersect in out daily lives.
Digital technologies such as computers, cell phones, video games, and digital cameras already existed when they were born.
A term used to refer to people who have adopted and learned firsthand how communication technologies have become more and more prevalent in everyday life.
Linear, one-way transfer of information.
Two-way process of recirprocal action with feedback and fields of experience
Connection through communication.
Communication influences communicators
The ability to communicate in a personally effective yet socially appropriate manner
Refers to the power of communication to link and relate us to people, groups, communities, social institutions, and cultures
The act of sharing in the activities of the group.
All about connecting and engaging
Direct energetic action in support of needed social change for individuals, groups, organizations, and communities.
The process of communication with others about social issues with the goal of improving our world
Paulo- freire Introduced the concept to help us better understand how we participate in social systems that may harm or help ourselves and others
Form of information literacy that moves beyond the surface of the material provided to understand the motives and ideologies of the authors of a given text.
The use of language strategically impress an effect upon the speakers audience
The human capacity to engage in persuasion was the defining trait of civilization
City state, is generally considered to be the progenitor of the modern nation state
Thought rhetoric was based on illusions. Find the absolute truth
Must prove why their position is the better one
The process of being aware of and understanding the world
When individuals filter what they see and hear to make it suit their own needs, biases, or expectations
George kelly’s construct theory, bipolar dimensiond of judgment used to size up people or social situations.
Outgoing vs. shy
Giving meaning to information
Organized sequences of action that define a well known situation
Everything you think and know about yourself
Your mental picture of yourself
Your estimation of your self worth
An image of the best example of a particular category
Generalizations made to an entire group of people or situations on the basis of the observed traits of one or a few members of the group
Communication is the primary means by which we internalize and use social values to guide how we see ourselves, how we see others, and how we interact.
All communication between people that does not involve words.
65-93% of communication
The sharing of information between individuals by using speech
Functions of symbols
Define, evaluate, organize perceptions, allow for self reflection
They are not intrinsically connected to what they represent
Their meanings are not clear cut or fixed
They are not concrete or tangible
A words formal dictionary definition
Informal meanings associated with feelings and personal experiences
Guide how individuals respond or behave in interactions
How our messages are interpreted
Functions of nonverbal
Repeat, accent, complement, regulate, and conflict
The study of the use of voice to express self
The study of body movement including both posture and gestures
The study of how people use space and distance to communicate
The surroundings that shape the communication context
The study of the ways in which time is used to structure interactions
Study of touch
Observable traits of the body and its accessories and extensions.
10 steps of speech development process
Audience analysis, topic selection, rough draft outline, research, support material, organize main points, introduction conclusion and transitions, outline and speaking notes, visual aids, practice
Size, opinion of you, topic knowledge
Age, gender, race, economic status, religion
Values, beliefs, attitudes
a piece of writing that has been copied from someone else and is presented as being your own work
stealing a speech entirely from a single source and passing it off as one’s own
stealing ideas or language from two or three sources and passing them off as one’s own
When a person uses another person’s words but does not give credit to the source
using something you previously had written and presenting it as new
anxiety or fear about communicating with others