What is all this communicationsstuff?David PhillipsFCIPR, FSNCR
What We Will Do Today• Look back to see what how much we know about  communicating• Learn about different models for commu...
Interacting• Communication through books - Did you delight in pp  144-146 of Exploring Public Relations 2006 (Tench &  Yeo...
History of Models• Animals communicate – Humans communicate –  what is the difference?• If humans communicate why don’t we...
Laswell’s theory• Who says – what – to whom – with what – effect.• Great for propagandists – all control – and limited  in...
Osgood and Schramm
All too linear•   Assumption that communication is linear•   From someone to someone•   Who could possibly be interested?•...
Westley & McLean
Context, society, experience andculture•   Communication uses ‘signs’ (Peirce, Saussure)•   Pictures, words, movements etc...
The inquisitive human• McQuail/Blumer & Katz – Seeks diversion (from boring lectures) – Looks for personal relationships (...
Maletzke      C= Communicator, M = Message, R = Reciever
Mass media•   Does it work? It depends (friends & neighbours)•   Opinion Formers and agenda setters•   Two step flow (with...
Social Media•   Network effect•   One-2-one•   One-2-many•   Many-2-one•   Many-2-many•   Niche not mass communication•   ...
Lets try out the theory•   Facebook for the corporation•   Twitter for the newspaper•   YouTube for the University•   Comp...
What We Will Do Today• Look back to see what how much we know about  communicating• Learn about different models for commu...
What is all this communicationsstuff?David PhillipsFCIPR, FSNCR
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Communication theory 2

  1. 1. What is all this communicationsstuff?David PhillipsFCIPR, FSNCR
  2. 2. What We Will Do Today• Look back to see what how much we know about communicating• Learn about different models for communication• Look at the evolving communications landscape
  3. 3. Interacting• Communication through books - Did you delight in pp 144-146 of Exploring Public Relations 2006 (Tench & Yeomans) and pp 20- 31 The Public Relations Handbook 2001 ( Theaker et al)?• Communication using experiences one to many - This slide show is available at Slideshare.net ( http://www.slideshare.net/dphillips4363)• Adding a bit of a symmetrical interaction, noise and feedback - You can have cell phones on, blog, Twitter, and ask questions.• One to one is not all bad with a bit of symmetrical influence - You can email me david.g.h.phillips (at) geemaildotcom or chat on Google Talk/Live Messenger.
  4. 4. History of Models• Animals communicate – Humans communicate – what is the difference?• If humans communicate why don’t we understand much about it?• After 60,000 years of human evolution, Aristotle 2300 years ago thought of three models – Ethos – The nature and qualities of the communicator – Logos – The nature, structure and content of the message (s) – Pathos – The nature, feelings and thoughts of the audience.
  5. 5. Laswell’s theory• Who says – what – to whom – with what – effect.• Great for propagandists – all control – and limited in effect (McQuail & Windahl) – audiences have feelings to (and can turn a deaf ear)• Shannon and Weaver explained how by adding Noise ( now extended to physical, cultural, intellectual, emotional) and Feedback (the receiver has a role too) we can see its not that simple.• The bank of England dropped interest rate 1.5% - did the message get through for student loans?
  6. 6. Osgood and Schramm
  7. 7. All too linear• Assumption that communication is linear• From someone to someone• Who could possibly be interested?• What was the effect• Should communication ‘do something’?• A cognitive implication?
  8. 8. Westley & McLean
  9. 9. Context, society, experience andculture• Communication uses ‘signs’ (Peirce, Saussure)• Pictures, words, movements etc.• They have meanings• My picture is not the same as your picture. My word means what it means to me not what it means to you (Fiske). – Denotative - dictionary definition, explication of a picture etc) – Connotative - experience of the sign – nice/nasty, fun/dull) – Ambiguous - signs with many meanings – fit (healthy)/fit (worth a snog)/fit (shoes that don’t)/ fit (a health problem) – Polysemic can be interpreted differently. Often leads to misunderstanding – ‘I was bombed in London’
  10. 10. The inquisitive human• McQuail/Blumer & Katz – Seeks diversion (from boring lectures) – Looks for personal relationships (the social animal) – Personal identity (the ‘badges’ that say ‘I’m me’ in the group or crowd – Surveillance (where am I, opportunities, threats, what’s cool)• McGuire – Search for knowledge – Search for emotional reward – Active or passive engagement – Ambition to get educated (internalised)/ need to get a degree (external badge) – Seeks gratification
  11. 11. Maletzke C= Communicator, M = Message, R = Reciever
  12. 12. Mass media• Does it work? It depends (friends & neighbours)• Opinion Formers and agenda setters• Two step flow (with ‘journalist’ in the middle)• Agenda setters
  13. 13. Social Media• Network effect• One-2-one• One-2-many• Many-2-one• Many-2-many• Niche not mass communication• The transition of mass media (http://www.glamourmagazine.co.uk)
  14. 14. Lets try out the theory• Facebook for the corporation• Twitter for the newspaper• YouTube for the University• Computer Games for the teacher• Mobile for the fashion industry• Network or broadcast?• Mass media or niche media?
  15. 15. What We Will Do Today• Look back to see what how much we know about communicating• Learn about different models for communication• Look at the evolving communications landscape
  16. 16. What is all this communicationsstuff?David PhillipsFCIPR, FSNCR
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