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  Communication
Because communication research was identified with the behavioral and social sciences, whereas rhetoric was considered to be a humanistic field, efforts to increase the presence of communication research in speech departments and related professional organizations threatened the dominant status of rhetoric.
The development of communication studies in speech departments (like the related evolution of mass communication and media studies in schools of journalism) was undoubtedly influenced by the growing prominence of communication as a theme in societal discourse.
Beginning in the 1960s, communication gradually displaced speech in the titles of academic departments, professional organizations, and scholarly journals, and the speech curriculum was accordingly transformed around a new focus on the theory and practice of communication.
spot.colorado.edu /~craigr/Communication.htm   (7461 words)

  
 Intra Part 2
The purpose of this article is to examine an approach to intrapersonal communication that focuses on the communication processing structures of the brain which leads to the function we normally label, "communication." Since the middle 1970s communication researchers have been interested in the general question of how the brain processes and interprets messages.
That intrapersonal processes of both teacher and student impact the nature and degree of learning is generally accepted; but the specific ways in which intrapersonal communication affects interaction in the classroom context need expanded exploration.
This research operationalizes "intrapersonal communication" with Gregorc's concept of "cognitive style" (1982a, b) and examines the influence of teacher and student cognitive style on perceptions of excellence in the secondary school classroom.
www.usm.maine.edu /~com/intrabook/part2~1.html   (16504 words)

  
 Intrapersonal communication - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Intrapersonal communication is language use or thought internal to the communicator.
Intrapersonal communication is the active internal involvement of the individual in symbolic processing of messages.
In Communication: The Social Matrix of Psychiatry, Jurgen Ruesch and Gregory Bateson argue that intrapersonal communication is indeed a special case of interpersonal communication, as "dialogue is the foundation for all discourse."
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Intrapersonal_communication   (409 words)

  
 Defining Communication
Communication should be defined without regard to possibly false assumptions made about portions of the communication system.
One communicates her or his knowledge in language, which is further transformed or encoded as sounds.
Note that the choice of a hierarchy as a structure is arbitrary and that a set of communication processes may be also understood as placed in a straight line, with one set of processes producing information which is then presented to the inputs to the inverse processes.
www.ils.unc.edu /~losee/ci/node3.html   (1680 words)

  
 intrapersonal
Intrapersonal Communication is defined as the communication process within an individual.
In conclusion, intrapersonal communication is the foundation for all communication.
Intrapersonal Communication is a challenge because we have so many variations that arise from our perceptions at particular moments.
zimmer.csufresno.edu /~johnca/spch100/intrapersonal.htm   (3227 words)

  
 Department of Communication, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo
A study of communication models and theories which are common to the fields of interpersonal, group, organizational, public and mass communication.
Topics include: the role of nonverbal communication in the developmental stages of humans; individual differences in ability to Interpret messages; the relationship of nonverbal communication to the concept of culture; extension of a person such as space, clothing, possessions; and specific messages related to the face and body.
Emphasis is given to the study and application of communication theories, to the transactions which occur among health professionals, and between professionals and clients/patients.
www.wmich.edu /communication/programs/ugcourses.htm   (2726 words)

  
 Strategies for Developing Communication Between Nurses and Physicans Course #957
It insinuates that communication between person A and person B is a continuous interaction with an extremely large number of variables, all of which continually change during a communication event.
The assumption that human communication is a process is important because it forces one to recognize the complexity of human communication and the many relationships that it involves.
Other factors that caused communication problems between nurses and physicians were the physician's lack of understanding of the functions and goals of the nurse, and the nurse's lack of insight into the scope of the physician's responsibilities.
www.nursece.com /onlinecourses/957.html   (7120 words)

  
 Self-Talk & Self-Health. ERIC Digest.
Communication and medical professionals have researched the psychophysiological components of self-talk, to conclude that what people say to themselves does affect their ability to combat and ward off illnesses.
Pearson and Nelson (1985) expand that definition as follows: Intrapersonal communication is not restricted to "talking to ourselves"; it also includes such activities as internal problem solving, resolution of internal conflict, planning for the future, emotional catharsis, evaluation of ourselves and others.
Fletcher defines, "Intrapersonal communication...is the process interior to the individual by which reality evolves and is maintained." It is a process which involves other parts of the body including the nervous system, organs, muscles, hormones, and neurotransmitters.
www.ericdigests.org /1994/self.htm   (1455 words)

  
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This form of spirituality is at the heart of authentic interpersonal and intrapersonal communication.
Interpersonal communication, based almost entirely on psychological theory and research, took its place as a major force in the field, along with related areas such as intrapersonal communication, group communication, organizational communication, and the more professionally-oriented business communication.
When a person does not anticipate communication about a relational problem, her or his own perspective may be the only view represented in the internal dialogue.
www.lycos.com /info/intrapersonal-communication--individuals.html   (580 words)

  
 Definition of Communication / COM 707 // Week One Unit
You can expect to see me lean over the table during your qualifying examination orals and ask you, eyeball-to-eyeball, "what is communication." Many of your faculty used the defining exercise as a culminating step in preparing to defend their years of study in the field.
My definition is: communication is a process in which a person, through the use of signs (natural, universal)/symbols (by human convention), verbally and/or non verbally, consciously or not consciously but intentionally, conveys meaning to another in order to affect change.
The "Community of Persons," who is the Trinity in both the Word of God and the history of the Apostolic church (principally in the early councils who struggled with articulating that mystery,) may explain the fulness of the process we wish to understand as communication.
www.regent.edu /acad/schcom/phd/com707/def_com.html   (633 words)

  
 cmm
Group communication deals with groups, organizational communication addresses organizations, mass communication encompasses messages broadcast, usually electronically, to mass audiences, intercultural communication looks at communication among people of different cultures, and gender communication focuses on communication issues of women and between the sexes.
Using communication contexts as a means to help us study communication helps us out of problems some people associate with the intrapersonal context (some say the "so-called" intrapersonal context).
So, even if some people call those cognitive aspects of communication thinking, it can be helpful to allow the context of intrapersonal communication to exist, thereby legitimating an avenue of communication research.
oregonstate.edu /instruct/theory/contexts.html   (378 words)

  
 The Learning Center Newsletter - SI Series
Intrapersonal communication is the “talking to yourself” you do while reading.
The reason a person moves his or her lips or whispers when reading is he or she is attempting to use interpersonal communication instead of intrapersonal communication to obtain meaning from the printed page.
A person who does not possess good intrapersonal communication skills will not be able to become a learner in the future that uses web based instruction or training.
www.learningassistance.com /2002/Feb02/Gary.htm   (2299 words)

  
 Communication Abstracts Tutorial   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Communication Abstracts is one of the leading tools used by communication researchers to identify articles, reports, and books on topics of interest to them.
Communication Abstracts is international in scope and includes material from a variety of publishers, research institutions, and information sources.
Among the areas covered are: general communications, mass communications, advertising and marketing, broadcasting, communication theory, interpersonal and intrapersonal communication, small group communication, organizational communication, journalism, public relations, public opinion, and speech.
www2.bc.edu /~lissk/csa   (179 words)

  
 Persuasion (Intrapersonal-Message) Communication Context
Examples of nonverbal communication are facial expressions, posture, gestures, tone of voice, touching, spacing and systematic use of time.
Verbal communication can be divided into three disciplines; syntactics, semantics, and pragmatics.
We as communicators manage messages through verbal and nonverbal communication to create meaning in a given context.
www.uky.edu /~drlane/capstone/persuasion   (165 words)

  
 Teaching
This course is a multi-section hybrid basic course on the communication process, intrapersonal communication (including listening), interpersonal communication (including conversation, interviewing, and group interactions), and public communication (including informative briefing and persuasive speaking).
The delivery of communication education impresses me as a constantly changing "work in progress." Because we are so overwhelmed with messages today, people have less time to encode and decode lengthy discourse.
As the co-author of several communication texts, I reach many students beyond my own classrooms, and I continue to be reinforced by feedback from students and professors throughout the world who use my books.
www.wam.umd.edu /~awolvin/teaching.html   (998 words)

  
 Syllabus: Interpersonal Communication
Interpersonal Communication is the scientific study of face-to-face communication between two people or a person and his or her environment.
Interpersonal Communication is a course suggested for those who will be working in clinical settings or in situations in which an understanding of human communication is essential.
Judgments in Terms of External Criteria: Given an example of communication behavior, which includes a view of the communicator’s eyes and attendant verbal behavior, the student shall demonstrate the ability to judge the communicator’s truthfulness by relating that person’s eye-indexing behavior and verbal communication.
resources.scciowa.edu /jphipps-winfrey/ipcsyl.htm   (1147 words)

  
 Communication Overview   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Intrapersonal communication is communication that occurs within us Self-talk Interpersonal communication occurs when we communicate on a one-to one basis- usually in an informal, unstructured setting.
Intercultural communication is communication that occurs whenever two or more people from different cultures interact.
Ethical communication is communication that is fair, honest, and considerate of others rights.
lynn_meade.tripod.com /id53.htm   (294 words)

  
 Georgia Communication Association   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Georgia Communication Association, Inc., is an affiliate of the National Communication Association.
It welcomes a diversity of members from all communication disciplines, including speech communication, mass communication, organizational communication, public relations, and theatre.
Membership is open to faculty and students at the high school, college, and university levels, and to anyone else who is interested.
www.valdosta.edu /comarts/GCA.html   (105 words)

  
 Web based resources about interpersonal communication and small group communication   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
In this program, communication expert Debra Sutch combines the powerful learning experience of a live training seminar with real-life role-plays that gives you an inside look at specific communication techniques in action.
Joseph Walther has a large bibliography of computer-mediated communication which supports "Researching Personal Relationships in Cyberspace." You will need to go to his personal webpage and click on "CMC Bib." The file is in rtf (rich text format, readable by most word processors).
They distribute of catalog for "communications" which is heavily films and media oriented, but their main list has many items likely to be useful for interpersonal and small group communication.
empathy.colstate.edu /web_based_resources.htm   (2224 words)

  
 Course Descriptions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The functional importance of nonverbal communication is examined in terms of the use of space, body language, touch, and artifactual communication (the use of objects to communicate) The cultural importance of this code and its relation to verbal communication are underlying dimensions of the study of nonverbal communication.
The dynamics of relational communication is studied in light of changing forms and values, role demands (past, present, future), and relationship trends (family, friends, others) Prerequisite: Speech Communication 220.
Topics such as Gender and Communication, Family Communication, and Rhetorical Criticism of Contemporary Feature Films are among the variety of subjects proposed for this course.
excellent.com.utk.edu /~speech/descriptions.html   (1562 words)

  
 Review: communication studies, essential introduction
The essential introduction to communication studies is written by the Chief Examiner for 'A' level of communication studies Andrew Beck, the Chief Examiner for 'AS' level communication studies Peter Bennett, and by the Chair of Examiners for 'AEB' media studies A level Peter Wall.
The chapter on intrapersonal communication will capture the attention of many young people by presentation of interesting psychological issues of the self.
The chapter on interpersonal communication explores language and non-verbal means of communication.
informationr.net /ir/reviews/revs061.html   (486 words)

  
 COM11103 Fundamentals of Speech Communication
A study of persuasive and informative discourse and an introduction to modes of communication primarily focusing on interpersonal and intrapersonal communication with experience in public speaking.
Relationship to General Education Mission Statement: Fundamentals of Speech Communication is a course that intends to help every student in each of his or her major area of study, and in his or her future careers.
Involved in the study of communication is the study of intrapersonal and interpersonal communication, including cognitive dissonance.
www.urgrgcc.edu /assessment/GeEd/COM11103.htm   (890 words)

  
 Grice & Skinner Interactive
When we examine different types of communication, the level of communication that involves communicating with oneself is:
The form of communication with the largest audience, so large that it most likely cannot be gathered in one place is:
That communication occurs in a setting that has cultural and social meaning is most associated with the concept of the:
www.abacon.com /interactive/grice/ptp019a/ptp019a1.htm   (150 words)

  
 Self-Talk & Self-Health
Shedletsky (1989) places it into the traditional model of communication, but all elements of "sender," "receiver," and "transmitter" are carried out within individual people.
Digest#84 is EDO-CS-93-07 and was published in July 1993 by the ERIC Clearinghouse on Reading, English, and Communication, 2805 E 10th Street, Bloomington, IN 47408-2698, Telephone (812) 855-5847 or (800) 759-4723.
The Clearinghouse on Reading, English, and Communication is an information repository of the Indiana University School of Education.
reading.indiana.edu /ieo/digests/d84.html   (1490 words)

  
 CC 130, Human Communication Skills - Course Content - Foundations - Intrapersonal Communication
In addition to the physical sensations which are a part of intrapersonal communication, I have thoughts which are also a part of that communication within myself.
Intrapersonal communication stays within yourself, but it is the basis of all others.
I am also engaged in intrapersonal communication when I write in my journal.
webhost.bridgew.edu /cc130/content_found_intra.html   (363 words)

  
 SPE101 - Putting Theory Into Practice - Communication Exercise Answers
Fill in the blank with the communication term being described.
intrapersonal Thinking is an example of this communication type.
intrapersonal Pain is an example of this communication type.
usingyourspeechpower.com /comm_answers.shtml   (208 words)

  
 INTRAPERSONAL COMMUNICATION AND SELF-CONCEPT :: Hohonu
When we think about, talk with, learn about, reason with, and evaluate ourselves, we are having intrapersonal communication (#8).
That's exactly what was happening to me. I was having Intrapersonal Communication and I've done it many times before, only now it had a name.
Even though it may be quiet, Intrapersonal Communication and its impact can be enormous on our self-concept.
www.uhh.hawaii.edu /academics/hohonu/writing.php?id=24   (1474 words)

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