Engaging In Verbal Communication

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Focus Questions How are language and thought related? What abilities are possible because humans usesymbols? What are the practical implications ofrecognizing that language is a process?CommunicationMosaicsChapter42

Focus Questions How do rules guide verbal communication? How can you improve your verbalcommunication?CommunicationMosaicsChapter43

A New Twist onan Old Saying“Sticks and stones can break my bones,but words can really hurt me.”CommunicationMosaicsChapter44

Language & Meaning Language consists of symbols– People– Events– All that goes around us Not all symbols are linguistic– Nonverbal communicationCommunicationMosaicsChapter45

Features of Language Arbitrariness Ambiguity AbstractionCommunicationMosaicsChapter46

Principles of Communication Interpretation creates meaning– brute facts– institutional facts Communication is guided by rules– Regulative rules– Constitutive rules Punctuation affects meaningCommunicationMosaicsChapter47

Symbolic Activities Language defines phenomena Language evaluates phenomena– Loaded language– ReappropriationCommunicationMosaicsChapter48

Symbolic Activities Language organizes experiences Language allows hypothetical thought– experiences and ideas that are not part of yourconcrete, daily realityCommunicationMosaicsChapter49

Symbolic Activities Language allows self-reflection Language defines relationships and interaction– Responsiveness– Liking– PowerCommunicationMosaicsChapter410

Guidelines for EffectiveVerbal Communication Engage in person-centered communication Be conscious of levels of abstraction Qualify language– static evaluation– indexingCommunicationMosaicsChapter4 Own your feelings and thoughts11

I-Language Own responsibility More descriptiveCommunicationMosaicsChapter412

Summary A new twist on an old saying Language & meaning Features of language Principles of communication Communication is guided by rulesCommunicationMosaicsChapter413

Summary Symbolic activities Language defines relationships and interaction Guidelines for effective verbal communication Own your feelings and thoughts I-LanguageCommunicationMosaicsChapter414

Communication Mosaics Chapter 4 11 Guidelines for Effective Verbal Communication Engage in person-centered communication Be conscious of levels of abstraction Qualify language –static evaluation –indexing Own your feelings and thoughts . Communication Mosaics

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