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define
rhetoric
pathos
logos
ethos

rhetoric study effective use language

pathos emotional appeals

ethos ethical, credibility appeals

logos logical appeals

2

canons rhetoric

invention
style
arrangement
memory
delivery

I Said Ask Me, Dammit!

3

sender vs receiver based communication

language as spoken symbolic interaction

sender create symbol or sign to convey message
receiver understand world through use of language

Spoken word as symbol for real thing

4

psychological model

social constructionist model

pragmatic model

cultural studies perspective

p: sender encode transmission
receiver decode understanding

sc: communication surrounds us and holds world together. form collective ideas of self, world, and one another. very little understanding of world comes through direct experience

p: reinforcement of behaviors because get desired outcome. "interlocking, interdependent behaviors that become patterned over time"

c: how movies, commercials, social media affect way we think about world "reln between acts of communication and power?"

5

components of listening

receiving
understanding
remembering
evaluating
responding

Realized underwear rots. ER.......

6

Guidelines for Listening

Actively
Total Meaning
Empathy
Open Mind
Ethically

Assholes Take Every Open Elevator

7

linguistic determinism vs relativism

language determines thought

ppl diff language commun perceive world diff

8

Qualities of effective communication

Directness
Abstraction
Objectivity
Orality
Accuracy

9

Temporal

Chronological

Demos

10

When do you use motivated sequences? Part?

Persuasive speech

Capture attention.
Establish need.
Provide satisfaction. Course of action
Visualization. What would things look like if implemented
Call to action.

11

Define dyadic

Cultural versus sociological vs psychological rules

Interpersonal

C: strangers, people you barely know
S: people belong in groups with. Shared experiences, limit convo scope to what you have in common
P: most intimate partners (SO, BFF, family)

12

Expressive-protective dialectic
Autonomy-togetherness
Novelty-predictability

Balance between how much shared and held back

Balance between time together and time alone

Balance between comfortable, patterned routine and introducing new experiences

13

semantics versus syntactics

pragmatics

semantics: study of structure of "units of meaning"

syntactics: study sentence structure

pragmatics: study understanding language social context, how social rules apply

14

Coordinated Management of Meaning

Speech Act
Episode
Relationship
Life Script
Cultural Pattern

Sorry, Every Real Ladybug Carpools