COMMUNICATION

English for Purposive Communication Synthesis

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COMMUNICATION by Mind Map: COMMUNICATION

1. Connotative senses of words

2. Denotative senses of words

3. MAC Proposal

4. Globalization

4.1. Dimensions

4.1.1. Political

4.1.2. Economic

4.1.3. Cultural

4.1.4. Ecological

4.1.5. Ideological

4.2. Effects

4.2.1. Rise of World Englishes

4.2.2. Electronic / Digital Communication

4.2.3. Cultural Globalization

5. Multicultural

5.1. Cultural Literacy

5.2. Types

5.2.1. National Culture

5.2.2. Corporate Culture

5.3. Culture Appropriation

5.4. Culture Appreciation

5.5. World Englishes

5.5.1. American English, Australian English, British English, Canadian English, Caribbean English, Chinese English, Indian English, Japanese English, Spanglish, Taglish, among others

5.6. Cultural Competence

5.7. Interviewing

5.7.1. Global task and function

5.7.2. Personal skills

5.7.3. Interpersonal, socio-linguistic, and pragmatic skills

6. Modes

6.1. Interpretive Communication

6.2. Interpersonal Communication

6.3. Presentational Communication

7. Types

7.1. Verbal

7.1.1. Oral

7.1.2. Written

7.2. Non-Verbal

7.2.1. Paralinguistics

7.2.2. Extralinguistics

8. Process

8.1. Components

8.1.1. Sender/Receiver

8.1.2. Receiver/Sender

8.1.3. Message

8.1.4. Channel

8.1.4.1. Traditional

8.1.4.2. Technology-mediated

8.1.4.3. Mass communication

8.1.5. Interference

8.1.6. Feedback

8.1.7. Context

8.1.7.1. Power and status relationship

8.1.7.2. Cultural factors

8.1.7.3. Interpersonal relationship

8.1.7.4. Time

8.2. Models

8.2.1. Sender-Message-Receiver

8.2.2. Source-Message-Channel-Receiver

8.2.3. Transactional Model of Communication

8.2.4. Tubbs' Communication Model

8.2.5. Eunson's Communication Model

9. Ethics

10. Formal or Informal

11. Technology

12. Multimodal

12.1. Semiotic System

12.1.1. Linguistic

12.1.2. Visual

12.1.3. Aural

12.1.4. Spatial

12.1.5. Gestural

12.2. Consider

12.2.1. What is the message?

12.2.2. What is the purpose of the message?

12.2.3. How is the message conveyed by the text or image?

12.2.4. Who is the target audience of the message?

12.3. Evaluation

12.3.1. Critical Reading

12.3.2. Critical Listening

12.3.3. Critical Viewing

12.3.3.1. Camera Shots (Subject)

12.3.3.1.1. Long Shot

12.3.3.1.2. Medium Long Shot

12.3.3.1.3. Medium Shot

12.3.3.1.4. Close-up

12.3.3.1.5. Extreme Close-up

12.3.3.2. Camera Shots (Angle)

12.3.3.2.1. High Angle

12.3.3.2.2. Tilt

12.3.3.2.3. Bird's Eye View

13. Social Media Age

13.1. Social Media

13.1.1. Facebook

13.1.2. Twitter

13.1.3. LinkedIn

13.1.4. Google+

13.2. Presentations

13.2.1. Web-Based Presentation

13.2.1.1. Prezi, Mentimeter, Slide Dog, Flow Vella, Canva, Microsoft Sway

13.2.2. Audio Visual Presentation

13.2.2.1. Bullet

13.2.2.2. Illustration-dependent

13.2.2.3. Speaker prop

13.2.3. Recorded Research Presentation

13.3. Effects and Changes

13.3.1. Appropriating existing vocabulary

13.3.2. Introducing new vocabulary

13.3.3. Generational Language Gap

14. Purposes

14.1. Informative Communication

14.2. Persuasive Communication

14.3. Argumentative Communication

15. Supported by facts and evidence