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Interpersonal Communication

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Interpersonal Communication CHAPTER 1: A First Look at Interpersonal Communication Speech communications: • Rhetoric: public speaking, preaching, law, philosophy • Oral History: Story-telling, anthology (culture communication), performance test • Interpersonal: group family, organizational communication, perception, intimacy cognition, nonverbal, gender, conflict, relational development. Communication Axioms (11 principles): 1. We communicate with others. 2. You cannot not communicate. 3. Can be intentional or unintentional. 4. Communication is irreversible (cannot take it back). 5. Communication is unrepeatable. 6. Meaning is not only in words (other elements such as tone of voice, face expression, etc.) (also in understanding them). 7. No single person or event causes another’s prediction (responses are complex). 8. More communication is not always better. 9. Communication wi...

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