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ORAL COM 2

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Section 1

Question Answer
Control, Social Interaction, Motivation, Emotional Expression, & Information DisseminationFunctions of Communication
ControlCommunication functions to control behavior
Social InteractionAllows individuals to interact w/ others
MotivationMotivates/encourages people to live better
Emotional expressionFacilitates people's expression of their feelings & emotions
Information DisseminationConvey info
Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, Public Speaking & Mass CommunicationTypes of Speech context
Intrapersonal CommunicationCommunication with self
Intrapersonal CommunicationFeedback: Speaking out loud
Intrapersonal CommunicationExample is reflection & diaries
Intrapersonal CommunicationWhere the person is the sender and receiver at the same time
Interpersonal CommunicationLinked together
Dyad & Small Group DiscussionTypes of Interpersonal Communication
DyadCommunication between two people
Small Group DiscussionCommunication with 3 to 11 people
Public SpeakingCommunication with large group of people
Public SpeakingPurpose: To inform & Persuade
Public SpeakingHas exaggerated gestures
Public SpeakingIncludes declamations, orations, campaigns, graduation speeches & etc
Mass CommunicationCommunication with large groups of people but with the use of media & technology
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Section 2

Question Answer
Intimate, Casual, Consultative, Formal & Frozen5 Types of speech style
IntimatePrivate conversations
CasualPhrases, Slangs, Jargon
CasualFriends, peer & classmates
ConsultativeStandard form of communication
ConsultativeIntended for professionals older than you
ConsultativePolite expressions
FormalSometimes don't have feedbacl
FormalFormals speeches like SONA, Oratorical, Campaign speech
FrozenRemains the same
FrozenConversation w/ strangers
FrozenFixed speech
FrozenExamples are Allegiance for country, Catholic's prayer
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Section 3

Question Answer
Locutionary, Illocutionary & Perlocutionary act3 types of speech acts by J.L. Austin
Locutionary actUtterances
Illocutionary actThe social function of what's said
Illocutionary actIntention
Perlocutionary ActResponce
Perlocutionary ActIs the resulting act of what is said
Perlocutionary ActBased on the particular context in which the speech act was mentioned
Indirect Speech ActsOccur when there is no direct connection between the utterance & intended meaning
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Section 4

Question Answer
Performativesenable speaker to perform action
There must be conventional procedure & effect, circumstances and person must be appropriate & Procedure must be correctly and completely done3 felicity conditions
Assertive, Directive, Commisive, Expressive, Decalration5 Illocutionary Acts by John Searle
AssertiveTruths of preposition
AssertiveConcluding
AssertiveBoasting
AssertiveSwearing
AssertivePutting forward
AssertiveSuggesting
DirectivePerform action
DirectiveRequesting
DirectiveAsking
DirectiveOrdering
DirectiveBegging
CommissiveCommitting action for future
CommissivePromising
CommissivePlanning
CommissiveVowing
CommissiveBetting
ExpressiveExpress emotions & feelings
DeclarationAffecting external situations
Declaration Blessing
DeclarationBaptizing
DeclarationFiring
DeclarationExcommunicate
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Section 5

Question Answer
Communicative Strategies Used when acquiring second language
Avoidance & Achievement strategyCommunicative Strategies are classified into
Semantic, Message Reduction & Message abandonment3 Avoidance strategies
Coinage, Circumlocution, Borrowing & Appeal for assistance4 Achievement strategies
SemanticWants to communicate different from what he wanted to say
SemanticUses another term
Message ReductionExpresses less accurate idea
Message abandonmentCommunicative goal is not achieved
CoinageMakes new word to express idea
CircumlocutionDescribes object instead of actual word
BorrowingUse a word from native language
Appeal for assistanceTurns to native speaker of target language to learn the word, gestures,nonvienna
Nomination, Restriction & Turntaking3 Types of communicative strategy
NominationOpens a new topic
NominationCommon topic for everyone
RestrictionCase to case
RestrictionBased on instruction
TurntakingPeople are given unequal opportunities
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