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Produced by Dr. Lori DeWitt; Adapted by Dr. Jennifer Cox.

Produced by Dr. Lori DeWitt; Adapted by Dr. Jennifer Cox.


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  • 1. Addition of Individual and Social Forces Copyright © 2010, 2006 Pearson Education, Inc.
  • 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.  Symbols can be… • Words • Expressions/gestures • Objects
  • 4. Family
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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.  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.  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.