Thank you Jillian!
Speech Notes (Partial)
Semantic Noise~ any noise that disrupts the symbols being expressed (i.e. language)
(For the model used in class, and on the tests, refer to Jillian's Notes on Angel under Course Content, Resources and Study Material, 16. Reviews, Jillian's Notes. The following are alternative ways of conceptualizing and understanding the basic communication model.)
Transmitter, sender, encodes message to the Receiver, audience, who decodes the message. The message is sent along a channel (media) and is disrupted by noise, interference, and screens. Three types- internal (thoughts, how you feel inside), external (things that happen outside of the body that you can’t control), and cultural (everything else that makes you-you!) When the Receiver becomes the transmitter, they are sending feedback. Same filters, screens, and interference will/can occur.