AS Communication and Culture Key Concepts

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Communication
The process in which meanings (information) are exchanged, e.g. speech, oculesics.
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Culture
The behaviour and norms of a particular group of people, a way of life that expresses certain meanings. We learn our culture through enculturation.
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Identity
The sense of who we are and the way in which we then represent this elsewhere.
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Code
A form (system) of communication, through signs, e.g. the English language, ordered by grammar.
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Interpersonal Communication
The communication between two or more people.
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Intrapersonal Communication
Communication within yourself, your thoughts, your cognition's and feelings about yourself.
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Context
A situation in which communication takes place, e.g. different levels of formality, in a lesson – standard English.
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Value
Worth or importance that we place upon something, e.g. a possession, education etc.
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Power
The ability to effect or have influence over others, e.g. being able to drive.
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Representation
Constructing reality, usually in the media, e.g. social media, a job interview.
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The behaviour and norms of a particular group of people, a way of life that expresses certain meanings. We learn our culture through enculturation.

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Culture

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The sense of who we are and the way in which we then represent this elsewhere.

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Card 4

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A form (system) of communication, through signs, e.g. the English language, ordered by grammar.

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Card 5

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The communication between two or more people.

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