COM 321

COM321 / COM 321 / Week 1 DQ 1 Aristotle’s Classification Scheme COM321 / COM 321 / Week 1 DQ 2 Four Perspectives on Communication COM321 / COM 321 / Week 1 Assignment Your Study of Communication COM321 / COM 321 / Week 2 DQ 1 Stereotypes COM321 / COM 321 / Week 2 DQ 2 Language and Attitudes COM321 / COM 321 / Week 2 Assignment Personal Constructs COM321 / COM 321 / Week 3 DQ 1 Not Communicating COM321 / COM 321 / Week 3 DQ 2 Relationship Development COM321 / COM 321 / Week 4 DQ 1
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Aristotle’s Classification Scheme  Think of a speaker you admire. What was it about that speaker that made his or her communication memorable? Using Aristotle’s classification scheme, decide whether you believe this speaker’s power to persuade comes… (More)

Aristotle’s Classification Scheme Think of a speaker you admire. What was it about that speaker that made his or her communication memorable? Using Aristotle’s classification scheme, decide whether you believe this speaker’s power to persuade comes… (More)

Four Perspectives on Communication  Thinking Through Communication discusses four different theoretical perspectives on communication. Consider each of these perspectives and answer the questions below about these perspectives.  a. Consider the psychological perspective. In what ways do… (More)

Four Perspectives on Communication Thinking Through Communication discusses four different theoretical perspectives on communication. Consider each of these perspectives and answer the questions below about these perspectives. a. Consider the psychological perspective. In what ways do… (More)

Language and Attitudes  According to the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis, we think through language. The words we use to talk about the world reinforce our attitudes and, occasionally, our prejudices. Changing our language to eliminate offensive language, many… (More)

Language and Attitudes According to the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis, we think through language. The words we use to talk about the world reinforce our attitudes and, occasionally, our prejudices. Changing our language to eliminate offensive language, many… (More)

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Your Study of Communication  Respond to the following questions:  a. What is your motivation for studying communication?  b. What benefits does an understanding of communication give you in your personal or professional life?  c. Which of… (More)

Your Study of Communication Respond to the following questions: a. What is your motivation for studying communication? b. What benefits does an understanding of communication give you in your personal or professional life? c. Which of… (More)

Stereotypes  Think back to when you were in high school and classify the students. What categories (or person prototypes) did you use to categorize these people? Describe in detail each prototype, including appearance and personality characteristics.… (More)

Stereotypes Think back to when you were in high school and classify the students. What categories (or person prototypes) did you use to categorize these people? Describe in detail each prototype, including appearance and personality characteristics.… (More)

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