Which of the following is true of Barnlund's theory of self-orientation? (Points : 1)
When two people communicate, four entities are actually communicating.
Self-concept is irrelevant.
Each person communicates from within an understanding of who he or she is.
Reflected appraisal refers to our self-image.Weegy:
Our self-concept is ?what we perceive ourselves to be,? and involves aspects of image and esteem. How we see ourselves and how we feel about ourselves influences how we communicate with others. [ [ What you are thinking now and how you communicate impacts and influences how others treat you. The ability to think about how, what, and when we think, and why, is critical to intrapersonal communication. Animals may use language and tools, but can they reflect on their own thinking? Self-reflection is a trait that allows us to adapt and change to our context or environment, to accept or reject messages, to examine our concept of ourselves and choose to improve. ] ] Auto answered|Score .9971|ghostal9|Points 25|User:
As you drive, a car that passes you is going very fast and swerving between lanes. Suddenly, you hear another car's horn. You assume the horn was in response to the dangerous driving you witnessed. Your assumption is referred to as (Points : 1) Weegy:
Did not get the question correctlyAuto answered|Score .5399|armarasrar|Points 20|User:
As you drive, a car that passes you is going very fast and swerving between lanes. Suddenly, you hear another car's horn. You assume the horn was in response to the dangerous driving you witnessed. Your assumption is referred to as Weegy:
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What is the main difference between Schramm's interaction model of communication and the action model that came before it? (Points : 1)
The interaction model views communication as a circular process involving feedback.
The interaction model emphasizes the role of context.
The interaction model recognizes that feedback is often simultaneous.
The interaction model does not include the element of noise.Weegy:
One of the earliest models of communication that introduced was Claude Shannon's model. This was introduced in 1948. [ In Shannon's model, the information source typically refers to a person, who then sends a message with the use of a transmitter.
This transmitter could be any instrument today, from phones to computers and other devices. The signals that are sent and received can be vary depending on the method of communication.
The box at the bottom called NOISE refers to any signals that may interfere with the message being carried. This again would depend on the method of communication.
The receiver is the instrument or the person on the other side that receives the. This model is the simplest models to understand the workings of the communication process. Schramm's Model:
Schramm on the other hand, emphasized in 1954 that both the sender and the receiver take turns playing the role of the encoder and the decoder when it comes to communication. Wilbur L. Schramm was a forefather in the development of a basic model of communication. His model is a derivation of the Shannon-Weaver transmission model of communication. The Shannon-Weaver model proposed six elements of communication:
source*encoder*message*channel*decoder*receiver. You should always keep in mind that each of these models has both their advantages and disadvantages. While some communication models try to break down the whole process in order to make it easier to understand, they are not always as simple as they seem.
There are several complexities involved in communications models. This is one thing that needs to be carefully understood in the process of understanding how these models work.
You need to keep in mind that these complexities that accompany the communication models may only make understanding the communication much harder.
It is best that both parties, the source (sender) and the receiver, are clear about what they would like to discuss. This is also known as the context of the message.
This would make it much easier to decode what the other party is saying without too much trouble. ] Auto answered|Score .9972|ephraimzRN|Points 1942|User:
Speakers who are more likely to present both sides of an argument are showingWeegy:
empathy to both sidesAuto answered|Score .6|cimrie|Points 1569|User:
what is empathyWeegy:
well, empathy is the ability to understand the feelings of other people; it's somewhat similar to compassion, but it's also different. compassion is more pitiful, in a way, while empathy ir more objective. not sure if that made sense to you. [ although i'm not sure what causes it. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/?qid=20110816102650AALrHQm
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