“The art of communication is the language of leadership” ~ James Humes
Welcome back! I’m sure you’ve guessed by now that today’s post is about Communication. Before we go any further into communication and its processes, let’s recap for a second. Continue reading The Art of Communication
Hello everyone, welcome back! We’ve unlocked the final code for the semester, Speech Codes! It took us a while to get here but we’re here alas! Continue reading Talk about Talk
Hey lovlies! We’re drawing near to the end of the communication theories that I’ve been taught during the course of this semester. Today i’ll discuss Agenda Setting Theory. Continue reading Pictures in our Minds
Social Cognitive Theory
Hey, hey, hey! Welcome back! Today you’ll learn all about the Social Cognitive Theory, should be fun. Continue reading Observational Learning!
Hey, what’s up! I’m back at it again with another post 🙂
Uses & Gratification Theory is the topic for today, it should be quite interesting so let’s dive right in. Continue reading Media Consumption
Hello there! Today’s topic is all about Symbolic Interactionism. If you’re interested in who defined this term and how this theory unfolds then keep on reading. Continue reading Meanings, Language & Thoughts
Greetings! 🙂 Today’s topic will be Social Judgment Theory.
So let’s get down to the nitty-gritty. Simply put, social judgment theory is a theory about how we judge social situations. Continue reading Anchored
Hey yall, today i’ll be covering the topic of Politeness Theory. This theory looks at ways in which we can “save face”. It attempts to theorize what we do in everyday life to make conversations feel a bit more comfortable. Continue reading Save a Little Face
“The beginnings of personal relationships are fraught with uncertainties.” ~ Davis (a communication professor at the University of California) Continue reading The Age of Uncertainty
Finally, we’ve embarked upon the last tradition of them all, the Critical Tradition. I know, I know we took a while to get here but alas! We made it! This tradition views communication as a reflective challenge of unjust discourse. So, critical scholars find their interest in hegemony.
Continue reading Let’s Get Critical