behavioural communication

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behavioural communication

  1. 1. COURSE OBJECTIVES This course aims at imparting an understanding of:  Process of Behavioural communication  Aspects of interpersonal communication and relationship  Management of individual differences as important dimension of IPR
  2. 2. ASSESSMENT PATTERN  First Internal Exam 20 Marks  Second Internal Exam 20 Marks Total 40 Marks (Total will be reduced to 20 Marks)  Class Interaction & Behaviour, 15 Marks Presentation, Quiz, Viva, Written Assignment, Any other assessment  Attendance 5 Marks  Final Exam 60 Marks  Final Total 100 Marks
  3. 3. DEFINITION: BEHAVIOURAL COMMUNICATION It addresses people's use of day-to-day behaviors as a form of communication.
  4. 4.  Any behavior (or its absence when one is expected) may be judged as communicative if it has the intent to convey a message.  For example, an expressive hairstyle, show of a certain emotion or simply doing (or not doing) the dishes all can be means by which people may convey messages to each other.
  5. 5.  Some people more than others tend to engage in behavioral communication in spite of the alternatives of using verbal communication.

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