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FoundationsChapter 1
What is interpersonalcommunication? Nature Elements Principles   IPC = Interpersonal Communication
Nature of IPC Interdependent – takes place between  people who have an established  relationship Relationship – The rela...
Nature of IPC   Continuum that ranges from    impersonal to interpersonal (intimate)    ◦ Role vs Personal info    ◦ Soci...
Nature of IPC Verbal & Nonverbal Messages Forms – Synchronous and  asynchronous Choice Points
Elements of IPC   Source-receiver    ◦ Competence Encoding-decoding Message    ◦ Metamessages      Feedback      Feed...
Elements   Noise    ◦   Physical    ◦   Physiological    ◦   Psychological    ◦   Semantic   Context    ◦   Physical    ...
Nature of IPC   Some communication messages are    more effective than other messages
Principles of IPC1.   IPC is a transactional process2.   IPC is purposeful3.   IPC is ambiguous4.   IP relationships are s...
Principles5.   IPC refers to content and relationship6.   IPC is a series of punctuated events7.   IPC is inevitable, irre...
IPC refers to Content andRelationship   This is one that is often confusing –    see p 22 – 23 for an example    conversa...
Content vs Relationship   All IP communication has both    elements    ◦ Example:      Your favorite movie is “Titanic” ...
 Content: Titanic is a stupid movie Relationship: Does that mean you  think I’m stupid!?!? Lesson: We have to be carefu...
Principles5.   IPC refers to content and relationship6.   IPC is a series of punctuated events7.   IPC is inevitable, irre...
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  1. 1. FoundationsChapter 1
  2. 2. What is interpersonalcommunication? Nature Elements Principles IPC = Interpersonal Communication
  3. 3. Nature of IPC Interdependent – takes place between people who have an established relationship Relationship – The relationship influences the communication… and the communication influences the relationship
  4. 4. Nature of IPC Continuum that ranges from impersonal to interpersonal (intimate) ◦ Role vs Personal info ◦ Societal vs Personal rules ◦ Social vs Personal messages
  5. 5. Nature of IPC Verbal & Nonverbal Messages Forms – Synchronous and asynchronous Choice Points
  6. 6. Elements of IPC Source-receiver ◦ Competence Encoding-decoding Message ◦ Metamessages  Feedback  Feedforward Channel
  7. 7. Elements Noise ◦ Physical ◦ Physiological ◦ Psychological ◦ Semantic Context ◦ Physical ◦ Temporal ◦ Social-Psychological ◦ Cultural ◦ Ethics
  8. 8. Nature of IPC Some communication messages are more effective than other messages
  9. 9. Principles of IPC1. IPC is a transactional process2. IPC is purposeful3. IPC is ambiguous4. IP relationships are symmetrical or complementary
  10. 10. Principles5. IPC refers to content and relationship6. IPC is a series of punctuated events7. IPC is inevitable, irreversible, unrepeatable
  11. 11. IPC refers to Content andRelationship This is one that is often confusing – see p 22 – 23 for an example conversation with both dimensions…
  12. 12. Content vs Relationship All IP communication has both elements ◦ Example:  Your favorite movie is “Titanic”  Your friend says “Oh that movie is so stupid”  Your feelings are hurt b/c you interpret that to mean your friend thinks you are stupid.  Your friend doesn’t understand – the opinion was about the movie, not you.
  13. 13.  Content: Titanic is a stupid movie Relationship: Does that mean you think I’m stupid!?!? Lesson: We have to be careful not to add content that isn’t there, but also think about how our comments impact the relationship.
  14. 14. Principles5. IPC refers to content and relationship6. IPC is a series of punctuated events7. IPC is inevitable, irreversible, unrepeatable
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