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 Komunikasi - WikipĂ©dia
Communication can be interactive, transactive, intentional, or unintentional; it can also be verbal or nonverbal.
As the technology evolved, communication protocol also had to evolve; for example, Thomas Edison had to discover that hello was the least ambiguous greeting by voice over a distance; previous greetings such as hail tended to be lost or garbled in the transmission.
As regards human communication these diverse fields can be divided into those which cultivate a thoughtful exchange between a small number of people (debate, talk radio, e-mail, personal letters) on the one hand; and those which disseminate broadly a simple message (Public relations, television, cinema).
su.wikipedia.org /wiki/Komunikasi   (435 words)

  
 Communication   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Communication is the process of exchanging information usually via a common system of symbols.
"Communications" is the academic discipline which studies communication.
In fact, it is the changing technology of communication that tends to make the most frequent and widespread changes in a society, take for example the rise of Web Cam Chat and other network-based visual communications between distant parties.
www.bidprobe.com /en/wikipedia/c/co/communication.html   (448 words)

  
 Communication - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
"Communication" is the academic discipline which studies communication.
There are a number of theories of communication that attempt to explain human communication.
In fact, it is the changing technology of communication that tends to make the most frequent and widespread changes in a society - take for example the rise of web cam chat and other network-based visual communications between distant parties.
open-encyclopedia.com /Communication   (461 words)

  
 Wikipedia:Basic topics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(2) Pick out topics in that area that are, in your opinion, among the most important and add them to the appropriate "basic topics" page.
We'll discover a lot of exciting topics that no one has touched yet, and get to work on them.
Astronomy and Astrophysics basic topics - Biochemistry basic topics - Biology basic topics - Chemistry basic topics - Earth Sciences basic topics - Mathematics basic topics - Philosophy basic topics - Physics basic topics - Statistics basic topics
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wikipedia:Basic_topics   (225 words)

  
 Communication   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Small group communication takes place in settings of between three and 12 individuals creating a different set of interactions than large groups such as organizational communication in settings like companies or communities.
At the largest scales mass communication describes communication to huge numbers of individuals through mass media.
Communication also has a time component, being either synchronous or asynchronous.
www.apawn.com /search.php?title=Communication   (545 words)

  
 Communication - Unipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
"Communication studies" is the academic discipline which studies communication.
Internal ommunication, within oneself, is intrapersonal while communication between two individuals is interpersonal.
At larger scales of communication both the system of communication and media of communication change.
www.unipedia.info /Communication.html   (670 words)

  
 Communication Design - Basic Study
This applies to the basic courses in art: drawing from nature/ perspective drawing (1st and 2nd semester) and for the elective courses drawing from nature/ anatomy (3rd and 4th semester).
At present, the basic study in communication arts is divided into the following subjects: corporate design, electronic media, subject-specific basics/ advanced basics (one in the 3rd the other in the 4th semester), photography, illustration/ animation, lettering and typography (1st and 2nd semester).
Basic knowledge of analogue photography is taught in two semesters.
komm.burg-halle.de /studium/grund/eindex.html   (1216 words)

  
 Communication Courses
Topics may include: voting practices, the role of political parties, social and cultural dimensions of citizenship, and shifts in public understanding of what counts as “political.” The course may require five to ten hours of internship work, arranged through the AIP office.
Topics will include the ideology and organization of the advertising industry; the meaning of material goods and gifts in capitalist, socialist, and nonindustrial societies; the natures of needs and desires and whether advertising creates needs and desires; and approaches to decoding the messages of advertising.
Communication Research as an Interdisciplinary Activity (4) A course that introduces students to the interdisciplinary nature of the field of communication research as represented by the work of faculty in the Department of Communication.
www.ucsd.edu /catalog/0506/courses/COMM.html   (7530 words)

  
 COM Undergraduate BA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
An introduction to the study of communication in interpersonal, small-group, organizational, mass, and intercultural contexts; basic communication models, theory, and research methods used in communication.
Persuasive communication as a means of achieving goals and objectives; theory and practice of influencing attitudes and opinions, particularly within persuasive campaigns.
Topics to be covered include coding schemes, reliability, data collection and analysis, and the interpretation of research results.
informatics.buffalo.edu /programs/ba-com/ba-courses.asp   (1357 words)

  
 Communication   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Communication is exchange of information between objects, and as such can include both technical topics like telecommunication and societal issues like mass media.
Communication as a field of study is relatively new.
Public opinion was very much divided, some asserting that 'The Hidden Hand', and only told it in order to make herself subject, each offering a new solution of the difficulty, but the poisoned; the doctor that she had died of apoplexy.
www.city-search.org /co/communication.html   (500 words)

  
 Mathematics Department-MATC
Topics to be covered may include: construction and interpretation of graphs; descriptive statistics; geometry and spatial visualizations; math of finance; functions and modeling; probability; and logic.
Topics covered include descriptive statistics, basic probability, the hypergeometric, binomial, normal, Student's t, chi squared, and F distributions, sampling distributions, the Central Limit Theorem, one-way analysis of variance, and linear regression.
Topics include: vectors; trigonometric functions and their graphs; identities; exponential and logarithmic functions and equations; radical equations; equations w ith rational exponents; dimension of a circle; velocity; sine and cosine graphs; c omplex numbers in polar and rectangular form; trigonometric equations; conic sections; and analysis of statistical data.
matcmadison.edu /math/mathcr.htm   (2649 words)

  
 Investigating Communication: An Introduction to Research Methods (2nd Edition)
Select a topic appropriate for communication research, narrow your focus from a general topic to a specific research question or hypothesis.
Communication research focuses primarily on messages--messages sent intrapersonally, interpersonally, or within and between groups, organizations, and cultures/societies.
The purpose of basic communication research is to increase our knowledge about communication phenomena by testing, refining, and elaborating theory (a generalization about a phenomenon;an explanation of how or why something occurs).
www.uky.edu /~drlane/cohort/methods/ch02.htm   (826 words)

  
 CSUH Catalog 2004-2005: Communication (Undergraduate)
The major in Speech Communication is offered to students interested in pursuing one or more of the following goals: (1) a liberal education; (2) education, knowledge, and training in areas important to concerns in business and industry, in law, and in the ministry; (3) a teaching credential; and (4) preparation for graduate study.
Basic social science approaches to the study of local, national, and global constructions and representations of cultural diversity.
Prerequisite: PSYC 1000 (or 1005) or SOC 1000 (or one of 1001, 1002, 2001, or 2002); or consent of instructor.
www.csuhayward.edu /ecat/20042005/u-comm.html   (4954 words)

  
 Communication studies Did You Mean Communication Studies
Communication studies is the academic discipline that studies communication; subdisciplines include animal communication, argumentation, speech communication, rhetoric, communication theory, group communication, information theory, intercultural communication, interpersonal communication, intrapersonal communication, marketing, organizational communication, persuasion, propaganda, public affairs, public relations and telecommunication.
Communication studies began to emerge as a distinct academic field in the early 20th century.
The main European associations for communication studies are the European Consortium for Communications Research (ECCR) and the European Communication Association (ECA).
www.did-you-mean.com /Communication_Studies.html   (447 words)

  
 Phoenix Contact | Basic Topics AUTOMATIONWORX | Standards and safety   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The basic requirements for an open network are reflected in the work of the user groups: Non-proprietary functions that make it easy for the user to implement and give the user the best possible security.
At present, there are discussions on the various communication protocols and their use in automation engineering.
Which communication protocol is used as the suitable transmission medium, whether fieldbus or Ethernet-TCP/IP, depends on the specifications of an application.
www.phoenixcontact.com /com/service/11730_6617.htm   (857 words)

  
 RHETORIC 110: BASIC SPEECH COMMUNICATION
This course is designed to develop the basic oral communication skills of the student within the areas of public speaking, small group communication, and logical reasoning.
This means a topic that is neither too broad, nor too narrow, for the amount of time allowed per speech.
No matter how light-hearted or basic your topic, no matter how well you may know the subject, there is no topic that cannot be enhanced by further research.
www.ben.edu /faculty/pseely/OralSyllabus2002.html   (1797 words)

  
 1998 - 1999 Linguistics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
A basic survey of the effects of geography, society, and politics on language families.
A survey of theory, methods and findings of linguistic research: the relation between sound and meaning in human languages; social variation in language; language change over time; universals of language; the mental representation of linguistic knowledge.
Topics include the evolution of the human language capacity; the principles of historical language change including reconstruction of Indo-European and Native American language families; writing systems; linguistic forms such as Pidgins and Creoles arising from languages in contact; the interaction between language and political systems, the struggle for human rights, gender, ethnicity, and ethnobiology.
vm.uconn.edu /~regsdh06/ling.htm   (308 words)

  
 Attending Behavior: Basic to Communication
Basic empathy - the counselor responses are roughly interchangeable with those of the client's.
Move to stage 2 when the client begins to talk spontaneously about concerns and or you note that the body language is mirrored between you and the client.
One could summarize the client conflict and frame of reference and use the basic listening sequence to facilitate the client's problem resolution.
faculty-staff.ou.edu /M/Lawrence.J.Marshall-1/InterviewingNotes.html   (1036 words)

  
 Active Skim View of: 3 The Behavioral and Social Sciences in Medical School Curricula
They should also possess a basic ' + 'understanding of how patients’ social and economic situations, physical status, and psychological states affect their motivation to change their ' + 'behavior and how this information can be linked to the appropriate behavior reinforcement method.
Complex Communication Skills Although the basic communication skills needed by physicians for taking an accurate medical history are ' + 'necessary for every physician–patient encounter, a number of situations require expertise in more-specific areas.
Complex Communication Skills Although the basic communication skills needed ' + 'by physicians for taking an accurate medical history are necessary for every physician–patient encounter, a number of situations require expertise ' + 'in more-specific areas.
www.nap.edu /nap-cgi/skimit.cgi?isbn=030909142X&chap=52-86   (7453 words)

  
 Tools 1 - Basic Communication Skills
While interpersonal communication skills are rarely part of professional curricula, they are so fundamental to public participation in planning that we begin the description of participation tools with some communication "tricks of the trade".
Running and facilitating group meetings is an essential communication skill, and one that often employs a number of participation skills and tools, and especially an understanding group dynamics (see also facilitating (capacity building), public meetings, workshops, focus groups, stakeholder collaboration).
The facilitator is neutral to the issues or topics under discussion and operates with the consent of the participants.
www.uap.vt.edu /cdrom/tools/tools1.htm   (2009 words)

  
 EPD 155: Basic Communication
Planning, preparing, and revising informative and persuasive communication; adapting writing for intended audiences; grammar, usage and style; critical reading of prose models in the sciences and humanities; using information resources; videotaped oral presentations; collaborative writing using computers.
As preparation for these essays, students learn different stages of the writing process, some basic rhetorical theory, strategies for organizing documents in a logical manner, techniques for supporting and developing arguments, and recognition of logical fallacies.
First, since EPD 155 fulfills the Part A requirement for Communication, it is a general requirement on the UW campus, but it serves primarily engineering majors.
www.engr.wisc.edu /epd/courses/epd155.html   (774 words)

  
 Basic Communication
Students are required to take two basic writing courses, ENG 101 and ENG 102, and two writing-across-the-curriculum courses designated with a "W" which have the successful completion of ENG 102 as a prerequisite.
Oral Communication learning outcomes are dictated by the SUNY Trustees Students will fulfill SUNY learning outcomes in oral communication by taking a single course meeting the oral communication learning outcomes.
Courses fulfilling the oral communication learning outcomes shall be designated with a "P" (for "Public Speaking") in the course catalog.
faculty.buffalostate.edu /koritzdg/communication.htm   (981 words)

  
 CDC/OC: About HealthCommKey
HealthComm KEY is a database of health communication literature, focusing on communication research and practice in the context of public health.
The database, developed by CDC's Office of Communication, is designed for researchers and program staff within CDC, and also for professionals, students, and others outside of CDC who are interested in health communication.
Articles summarized in HealthComm KEY describe programs consistent with the CDC definition that health communication is "the study and use of communication strategies to inform and influence individual and community decisions that enhance health." The programs described may be primarily health communication interventions or multi-component programs that include health communication.
www.cdc.gov /od/oc/hcomm/hcomm_about.html   (299 words)

  
 UCSD Communication | People | Faculty | Carol Padden
In new research, I am interested in how circumstances of deafness, including genetic patterning interact with social and cultural practice in communities of deaf people all over the world.
The American Deaf community's long advocacy of sign language in everyday affairs as well as in education, their cultural institutions, including special schools for the deaf, have been deeply challenged in recent years.
As genetic engineering and biotechnology begin to intrude into deaf communities, deaf people's response has often been characterized as romantic, defensive or delusional.
communication.ucsd.edu /people/f_padden.html   (616 words)

  
 Institute Of The Arts - Language Classes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
This beginner’s course is designed to teach children basic French using fun and engaging exercises and skill tests.
This course provides an introduction to French pronunciation, numbers, sentence structure, and verb conjugation and is designed to focus on spoken French and basic communication.
Or have basic knowledge of the French language and wish to continue their French education.
www.institute-of-arts.org /language   (165 words)

  
 PNDC Speech Topics - Personal
Each presentation topic can be presented in the context of any issue, such as developing intimacy, parenting, facing spiritual challenges, dealing with issues related to addictions, or working toward social change.
These communication patterns are at the root of much of the emotional pain and physical violence in our homes and our communities.
Or, all four topics can be incorporated into one presentation with more of an overview and less detail regarding each skill area.
www.pndc.com /speeches/personalTopics.php   (4469 words)

  
 Suggestion Topics for the Communication Committee
If the suggestion maps to the charge of one of the Communication Committee Task Forces, it is sent to that chairperson for inclusion in the Task Force's deliberations.
A critical component of successful communication is that the originator can know he or she is being taken seriously, even if the suggestion is not feasible.
I subscribe to the comp-out e-mail list, that tells you about planned outages, I'm writing about the unexpected problems and requesting better communication on them- especially at the weekend when there's no-one else in my building for me to enquire if they are having a computer problem too.
www-project.slac.stanford.edu /communication/suggestions/topics.communication.html   (4914 words)

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