Using Language Effectively

Using Language Effectively

19 May 0

Using Language Effectively BSCOM 234: Foundation of Interpersonal Communications “I was listening!” must be everyone’s second favorite three little words. It is nice to know that you are not only being heard, but that the other person or group of people are truly listening to what you are saying. However, since no one is perfect, […]

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Using Language Effectively

Using Language Effectively

19 May 0

Using Language Effectively University of Phoenix Abstract Expecting others to share my personal beliefs and values causes a barrier when listening. I feel as though when talking to an individual who can’t identify with how I feel or my personal beliefs it tends to divert my attention from the person I am communicating with. Getting […]

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Self-Assessment: Communication Style

Self-Assessment: Communication Style

19 May 0

Self-Assessment: Communication Style BSCOM/234 Face to Face /Self-Assessment: Communication Style This assignment will help me discuss not only my results from the self-assessment of “What is My Face to Face Communication style?” but also the study of my peer perception survey study that goes along with it that intends the me to write about the […]

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Managing Relationships Paper

Managing Relationships Paper

19 May 0

Managing Relationships Paper BSCOM/234 Managing Relationships Paper One of the most intense emotions known to human beings is love. While there are many kinds of love, the most common way to express this love is in a relationship. Relationships are defined as an established connection created when communicating with another person (256). We build relationships […]

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Overcoming Intercultural Barriers

Overcoming Intercultural Barriers

19 May 0

Overcoming Intercultural Barriers BSCOM/234 Overcoming Intercultural Barriers Culture is not a box but rather an open sea that is constantly evolving. Culture influences my perception of myself and my perception of others; as well as, my perception of every interaction with anyone or anything in my life. Overcoming intercultural barriers is not easy but anything […]

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Nonverbal Communication Codes

Nonverbal Communication Codes

19 May 0

Nonverbal Communication Codes BSCOM/234 University of Phoenix Material Nonverbal Communication Codes What nonverbal messages are being sent in this image? The nonverbal messages being sent in this image are shock and distance. The man seems to be shocked at the woman’s physical appearance, and the woman is displaying distance from the man as she is […]

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Managing Relationships

Managing Relationships

19 May 0

Managing Relationships BSCOM 234: Foundation of Interpersonal Communications Managing Relationships Far too often, it seems that many people have the belief that relationships, whether they be platonic, professional, or romantic, are easy. However, any type of relationship requires the dreaded “c” word: commitment. Having commitment along with open and healthy communication means that your relationship […]

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Emotions in Advertising Part III

Emotions in Advertising Part III

19 May 0

Emotions in Advertising Part III Team BSCOM/234: Communication Research Emotions in Advertising Part III Several methods can be helpful when reviewing persuasive messages or persuasive advertising. Methods such as quantitative and qualitative may be used to collect data and analyze content. Analyzing content allows you as a researcher to examine text or media with trends or […]

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