Addition of Individual and Social Forces Copyright © 2010, 2006 Pearson Education, Inc.
   Participants- Steve & Jan   Setting- His apartment   Message “I need some space.”      • Encoding-His feelings into ...
 Symbols     can be…  • Words  • Expressions/gestures  • Objects
Family
Pretend that our class is being held face-to-face and you were meeting yourclassmates for the first time. As an ice breake...
Pretend that our class is being held face-to-face and you were meeting yourclassmates for the first time. As an ice breake...
Pretend that our class is being held face-to-face and you were meeting yourclassmates for the first time. As an ice breake...
Pretend that our class is being held face-to-face and you were meeting yourclassmates for the first time. As an ice breake...
Pretend that our class is being held face-to-face and you were meeting yourclassmates for the first time. As an ice breake...
Pretend that our class is being held face-to-face and you were meeting yourclassmates for the first time. As an ice breake...
 Communication       is…  • Based on shared      symbols  •   Changing over time  •   Culturally bound  •   Adaptable to ...
 Pre-readers,                  3-5    recognized    McDonald’s, Disney,    even Toyota!   McAlister, A. R., & Cornwell, ...
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  1. 1. Addition of Individual and Social Forces Copyright © 2010, 2006 Pearson Education, Inc.
  2. 2.  Participants- Steve & Jan Setting- His apartment Message “I need some space.” • Encoding-His feelings into words. • Decoding-Her interpretation of the words Channels-F2F Noise-Loud neighbors, headache Feedback- “I can’t believe you’re breaking up with me.” Culture-Dating is an individual choice. Societal Forces- What will people think when I show up at the wedding this weekend without a date? Individual Forces- I really need to find someone who is more reliable. Copyright © 2010, 2006 Pearson Education, Inc.
  3. 3.  Symbols can be… • Words • Expressions/gestures • Objects
  4. 4. Family
  5. 5. Pretend that our class is being held face-to-face and you were meeting yourclassmates for the first time. As an ice breaker activity, we play a game ofPictionary. Draw a picture of the five words below, as if you were trying to getyour classmates to guess these words. 1. Mouse 2. Home 3. Breakfast 4. Success 5. Freedom
  6. 6. Pretend that our class is being held face-to-face and you were meeting yourclassmates for the first time. As an ice breaker activity, we play a game ofPictionary. Draw a picture of the five words below, as if you were trying to getyour classmates to guess these words. 1. Mouse 2. Home 3. Breakfast 4. Success 5. Freedom
  7. 7. Pretend that our class is being held face-to-face and you were meeting yourclassmates for the first time. As an ice breaker activity, we play a game ofPictionary. Draw a picture of the five words below, as if you were trying to getyour classmates to guess these words. 1. Mouse 2. Home 3. Breakfast 4. Success 5. Freedom
  8. 8. Pretend that our class is being held face-to-face and you were meeting yourclassmates for the first time. As an ice breaker activity, we play a game ofPictionary. Draw a picture of the five words below, as if you were trying to getyour classmates to guess these words. 1. Mouse 2. Home 3. Breakfast 4. Success 5. Freedom
  9. 9. Pretend that our class is being held face-to-face and you were meeting yourclassmates for the first time. As an ice breaker activity, we play a game ofPictionary. Draw a picture of the five words below, as if you were trying to getyour classmates to guess these words. 1. Mouse 2. Home 3. Breakfast 4. Success 5. Freedom
  10. 10. Pretend that our class is being held face-to-face and you were meeting yourclassmates for the first time. As an ice breaker activity, we play a game ofPictionary. Draw a picture of the five words below, as if you were trying to getyour classmates to guess these words. 1. Mouse 2. Home 3. Breakfast 4. Success 5. Freedom
  11. 11.  Communication is… • Based on shared symbols • Changing over time • Culturally bound • Adaptable to different audiences. • Capable of privileging some ideas over others • Can make vague concepts tangible.
  12. 12.  Pre-readers, 3-5 recognized McDonald’s, Disney, even Toyota! McAlister, A. R., & Cornwell, T. (2010). Childrens brand symbolism understanding: Links to theory of mind and executive functioning. Psychology & Marketing, 27(3), 203-228.
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