Self-Centered Communication Quiz

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it is a self- centered kind of communication

intrapersonal

most basic kind of intrapersonal communication by which two person mutually share information

dyad

process by which people exchange information, feelings

interpersonal

group small enough in size to facilitate every member's interacting with every other members

small group

involves a single speaker and relatively formal tone and manner

public communication

acts of communication

speech acts

third level of language

consultative

used by very close friend and lovers

intimate

manner a person act in the midst of people in the society

speech style

using slang words

casual

used by friend during their ordinary conversation

casual

formal registers are used in this type of conversation

consultative

job interview; ceremony; business tour

formal

when a client talk to his lawyer

consultative

it is reserved traditions

frozen

widely used model of intrapersonal

wiseman and barker

kind of language used when talking to stranger

frozen

it is roughly equivalent to uttering a certain sentence

locution

response

perlocution

informing, ordering and warning

illocution

certain conventional force

illocution

convincing, persuading, deterring and surprising

perlocution

always start with a topic

nomination

saying something that tries to achieve

perlocution

does not run smoothly

repair

limitation on the topic

restriction

limits the topic of a converstaion

topic control

conversation comes to an end

termination

boring to discuss the same topic

topic shifting

don't talk at the same time

turn taking

Study Notes

Types of Communication

  • Intrapersonal communication is a self-centered kind of communication.
  • Interpersonal communication is the most basic kind of communication where two people mutually share information.
  • Communication is a process where people exchange information, feelings, and ideas.

Group Communication

  • A small group is defined as a group small enough in size to facilitate every member's interaction with every other member.

Public Communication

  • Public communication involves a single speaker and a relatively formal tone and manner.

Language Registers

  • Formal registers are used in formal conversations, such as in job interviews, ceremonies, and business tours.
  • Informal registers are used by friends during their ordinary conversations, often involving slang words.
  • Intimate registers are used by very close friends and lovers.

Social Communication

  • Social communication refers to the manner a person acts in the midst of people in society.
  • Reserved traditions are used in certain social settings.

Models of Communication

  • The intrapersonal model is widely used in communication studies.

Conversational Communication

  • Conversational communication involves saying something that tries to achieve a certain goal, such as informing, ordering, or warning.
  • Conversational communication can be convincing, persuading, deterring, or surprising.
  • Conversations always start with a topic, and may have limitations on the topic.
  • Conversations come to an end when they become boring or stale.
  • Effective communication involves not talking at the same time.

Quiz: Self-Centered Communication Explore the characteristics and examples of self-centered communication in this quiz. Test your knowledge of the opposite of self-centered communication and gain insights into effective and empathetic communication styles.

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