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  1. Communication Studies San Jose State University Levels and Functions of Communication Dr. Marquita Byrd Marquita.byrd@sjsu.edu

  2. Levels of Communication Organization of Research and Study

  3. Organization of Knowledge Field of Communication • Intrapersonal • Interpersonal • Public Speaking • Small Group • Organizational • Mass Comm • New Media • Intercultural

  4. Levels or Contexts • Intrapersonal • Interpersonal • Public Speaking • Small Group • Organizational • Mass Comm • New Media • Intercultural • With Self • Two or more • One to many • Five to nine • Formal rules and units • Technology/Audience • Internet, social media • Across various boundaries

  5. Functions of Communication There are Three

  6. Talking and interacting with others can increase one’s ability to think and engage in problem solving • Develops with the acquisition of Language • Manage own behavior • Plan • Process information DevelopHigher mental processes

  7. Social Humans are social animals. We need contact with others for Good mental, physical and emotional health. • Become human • Work with others • Understand who we are in relationship to others • Group membership • Culture

  8. Internal (self) and External (others) Control persuasion Others Self

  9. 8 Levels or contexts of Communication • 3 Functions • Communication can take place at several levels at the same time. • Levels and context are social constructs we use to organize what we know about communication • Functions are the purpose and consequences of human communication Oral symbolic activity defines us as a species. Levels and Function