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COMMUNICATION STUDIES
COMPUTER-MEDIATED COMMUNICATION
HUMAN COMMUNICATION
POLITICAL
MEDIATED COMMUNICATION
COMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION
MASS
SPEECH COMMUNICATION
COMMUNICATION THEORY
ND ED
INTERPERSONAL
NONVERBAL
CUES
VERBAL COMMUNICATION
ANIMAL COMMUNICATION
SOCIAL COMMUNICATION
SUPERLUMINAL COMMUNICATION
GUERRILLA COMMUNICATION
HISTORY OF COMMUNICATION
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Communication"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Communication is a process by which information is exchanged between or among individuals through a common system of symbols, signs, and behavior.
  2. Communication is the process of exchanging information between entities via a common system of symbols. (Web site)
  3. Communication is the academic discipline which studies communication.
  4. Communication is the process of generation, transmission, or reception messages to oneself or another entity, usually via a mutually understood set of signs.
  5. Communication is a sign of life -- and it's central to human activities. (Web site)

Communication Studies

  1. communication studies sales Training shanghai. (Web site)
  2. Communication studies often borrow theories from other social sciences.
  3. Most USA graduate programs in Communication today trace their history through Speech to ancient rhetoric. (Web site)
  4. Prereq., graduate standing in communication studies or consent of instr.
  5. Gronbeck, B. E. (1999). Paradigms of speech communication studies: Looking back toward the future. (Web site)

Computer-Mediated Communication

  1. Digital telecommunications allow for computer-mediated communication, telegraphy, and computer networks. (Web site)
  2. Computer-mediated communication and interpersonal perceptions. (Web site)

Human Communication

  1. It corresponds to the call and response pattern in human communication and is found in many traditions. (Web site)
  2. The Human Communication Laboratory (COMM.LAB) at Columbia University studies communicative behavior from a social psychological perspective.

Political

  1. Election campaigns are catalysts for new forms of political communication.
  2. Sociolinguistics meets political science and communication studies in order to examine interdependence between armed conflict and language.

Mediated Communication

  1. Kaye, A. (1989). Computer-mediated communication and distance education.
  2. Group processes in face-to-face and computer mediated communication. (Web site)
  3. Williams, E. (1977). Experimental comparisons of face-to-face and mediated communication: a review. (Web site)

Communication Association

  1. Paper presented at the meeting of the Speech Communication Association, Chicago.
  2. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Communication Association, Miami.
  3. We maintain that exclusive reliance on national languages inevitable puts up barriers to the freedoms of expression, communication and association.
  4. Devlin, L. P. (1982). An analysis of Kennedy's communication in the 1980 campaign. (Web site)
  5. Conquergood, D. - (1991) Rethinking ethnography: towards a critical cultural politics Communication Monographs (58) 179-194.

Mass

  1. On the other hand, many traditional broadcast media and mass media favor one-to-many communication ( television, cinema, radio, newspaper, magazines).
  2. Issues of technological determinism in the choice of media and the design of communication strategies assume new importance in this age of mass media. (Web site)
  3. Carey, J. (1979). Graduate education in mass communication. (Web site)
  4. Katz, E. (1959). Mass communication research and the study of culture. (Web site)
  5. Morrison, D. (1978). The beginnings of modern mass communication research. (Web site)

Speech Communication

  1. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Speech Communication Association.
  2. Short course presented at the meeting of the Speech Communication Association, Chicago. (Web site)
  3. Frankel, Richard M. "I wz wondering - uhm could "Raid" uhm effect the brain permanently d'y know?" Western journal of speech communication.

Communication Theory

  1. The idea (as argued by Vygotsky) of communication as the primary tool of a species defined by its tools remains on the outskirts of communication theory.
  2. The ideas that surround this, and in particular the place of persuasion, remain constants across both the "traditions" and "levels" of communication theory.
  3. Heath, R. L., & Bryant, J. (1992). Human communication theory and research: Concepts, contexts, & challenges.

Nd Ed

  1. Griffin, E. (1994). A first look at communication theory (2nd ed.).
  2. In M. Lea (ed.), Contexts of computer-mediated communication (pp.
  3. Miller, K. (2005). Communication theories: Perspective, processes and contexts (2nd ed).
  4. The following theorists explore how communication can be a vehicle individuals utilize to reduce uncertainty. (Web site)
  5. Bystrom, D. G., & Miller, J. L. (1999). Gendered communication styles and strategies in campaign 1996: The videostyles of women and men candidates. (Web site)

Interpersonal

  1. The target can be oneself, another person (in interpersonal communication), or another entity (such as a corporation or group).
  2. In addition, communication can be intrapersonal or interpersonal.
  3. For example, theories of interpersonal communication address the communication between dyads (two people). (Web site)
  4. Interpersonal communication is most often linked to studies into language, social cognition, and social psychology. (Web site)
  5. It has been recognized that interpersonal communication is motivated by uncertainty reduction (Berger & Calabrese, 1975). (Web site)

Nonverbal

  1. By noticing nonverbal behavior and practicing your own skills, you can dramatically improve your communication abilities.
  2. Burgoon, J. K., & Hale, J. L. (1987). Validation and measurement of the fundamental themes of relational communication. (Web site)
  3. Berger, R. E. (1977). Machiavellianism and detecting deception in facial nonverbal communication.
  4. DePaulo, B. M., & Rosenthal, R. (1979). Ambivalence, discrepancy, and deception in nonverbal communication.

Cues

  1. These nonverbal cues play a role in real life face to face communication, but are not represented equally on the internet.
  2. This study examined the effects of synchrony and the number of cues on the person perception process in computer-mediated communication. (Web site)

Verbal Communication

  1. Most human languages use patterns of sound or gesture for symbols which enable communication with others around them.
  2. A particular instance of communication is called a speech act.
  3. There are many different areas of communication.A few are: nonverbal communication, verbal communication, and symbolic communication.
  4. Axiom 1- As verbal communication increases, the level of uncertainty decreases. (Web site)
  5. Theorems of Uncertainty Reduction Theory Amount of verbal communication and nonverbal affiliative expressiveness are positively related. (Web site)

Animal Communication

  1. Thus, there is the broad field of animal communication, which encompasses most of the issues in ethology. (Web site)
  2. Animal communicator Jamie offers animal communication to help you to understand your pet or animal---s behavior, problems, needs and wants.

Social Communication

  1. In it's own way, it inhabits a militant political position, it is direct action in the space of social communication.
  2. Another way of dividing up the communication field emphasizes the assumptions that undergird particular theories, models, and approaches.
  3. Gender, power, and communication in human relationships.
  4. Communication that respects the autonomy of individuals is ethically distinct from campaigning communication aimed at sensationalizing.
  5. The noble and ancient art of the theatre has been widely popularized by the means of social communication. (Web site)

Superluminal Communication

  1. Quantum superluminal communication does not result in casual loop paradoxes.
  2. The American tradition is better known for, but not limited to, Communication Sciences. (Web site)
  3. It is a plain fact that special relativity prohibits the existence of superluminal signalling or superluminal communication.

Guerrilla Communication

  1. However, guerrilla communication cannot and is not meant to replace a rational critique of dominant politics and hegemonic culture.
  2. In search for seeds of subversion, guerrilla communication is taking up the contradictions hidden in seemingly normal, everyday situations.

History of Communication

  1. Rogers, E.M. (1994). A history of communication study: a biographical approach. (Web site)
  2. Robinson, G. J. (1988). "Here be dragons:" Problems in charting the U. S. history of communication studies. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Information
  2. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society
  3. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society > Social Sciences > Sociology
  4. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society > Humans
  5. Glossaries > Glossary of Communication /

Subcategories

Air Traffic Control (2)
Commentators (3)
Fidonet (1)
Gestures (2)
Instant Messaging (2)
Interaction (2)
Journalism (2)
Mass Media (1)
Media (1)
Microprocessor (1)
Modems (1)
Networks (108)
Telecommunications (13)
Translation (5)
Circuit Switching
Communications Company
Communication Theory
Computer Storage
Country Code
Eavesdropping
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File Transfer
Human Communication
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Long Distance
Mobile Computing
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Pushback
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Sender
Spacewire
Technical Drawing
Telecommunications Network
Throughput
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