Meeting: Any Inquiries?.


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Meeting: Any Questions? Meeting as a Communication Interaction October 26

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Interviewing Defined Planned, up close and personal experiences in which no less than one of the members has a particular target at the top of the priority list Specialized, purposive, dyadic association that comprises principally of inquiries and answers Conversation with a reason Formality, methodology, Q and A

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Types of Interviews Counseling interviews Employment interviews Exit interviews Grievance interviews Performance examination interviews Persuasive meetings Group/board interviews Information gathering interviews

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Interview Phases Opening Phase - - Establishing compatibility - - Determining introduction - - Understanding inspiration Question-Response Phase Closing Phase - - Post-meeting followup

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Types of Interview Questions Open/Hypothetical Open inquiries Closed inquiries Probing inquiries Loaded inquiries Leading inquiries

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Legal Issues and Interviews Equal Employment Opportunity Laws - - more than 15 representatives - - more than $50,000 in government contracts - - participate in interstate business BFOQ- - Bona Fide Occupational Qualifications

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Dealing With Illegal Questions How seriously do you need the employment? Request elucidation/association with occupation Side stride and kill Listen for the trepidation behind the inquiry Is this a gross infringement?- - contact the organization

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Preparing for Selection Interviews Review your own qualities and shortcomings Practice conceivably troublesome inquiries Research the organization Research the questioner if conceivable Anticipate asks for - - resumes - - drug tests

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Why Interviews Fail?? Style Problems- - individual appearance, limp handshake, absence of eye contact Attitude Problems- - predominance complex, not willing to begin at the base, no comical inclination Communication Problems- - powerlessness to convey what needs be, apprehension, denounced past businesses, couldn\'t clarify issues on resume

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Interviews as Rhetorical Situations Interviews continue from an exigence Interviews happen inside some arrangement of imperatives (the setting- - lawful, social, time measurements, mental atmosphere, legitimate and moral limitations Interviews are designed for a specific group of onlookers

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Interview Structures The Funnel Sequence- - wide, open-finished inquiries narrowing to more particular The Inverted Funnel Sequence- - more inductive, particular to general The Tunnel Sequence- - also organized inquiries proposing that the hopeful take after with reactions at the same level of specificity

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Political Communication

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Political correspondence as a subset of correspondence It\'s about procedure Three fundamental performing artists—pioneers, media, and people in general Involves the trade and translation of messages Broadly worried with administration or open approach

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The Academic Study of Political Communication Can utilize quantitative strategies (measuring impacts and states of mind, endeavors to anticipate results) Can utilize subjective (investigations of presidential talk, endeavors to achieve comprehension of individual cases) Underlying theory—can\'t comprehend legislative issues without examining correspondence frameworks and messages

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What do PoliComm people study? The "Expository Presidency" Role of the media in the political procedure Genres of presidential talk Campaigns and publicizing Debates New media and its effect on the political procedure Agenda setting—we don\'t advise individuals what to think, we outline for them what to think!

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Classics of PoliComm: Paul Lazarsfeld First complete investigation of governmental issues and media use, Erie NY, 1940 Spent six months directing meetings and following people and their dispositions Findings Social variables are the best indicators of voting The two-stage stream hypothesis (Interpersonal trumps broad communications) Opinion pioneers and their impact Overall, media impacts are restricted and compelled

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Classics of PoliComm: Joseph Klapper 1960 book, The Effects of Mass Communication , understudy of Lazarsfeld Research to this point did not bolster any critical, free impacts of media The hypodermic needle hypothesis isn\'t right, media may fortify yet not control People use instruments to limit media impact: specific introduction, particular consideration, particular maintenance

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A Political Communication Quiz Answer genuine or false to the accompanying articulations: Most presidents endeavor to keep a large portion of their battle guarantees. General race presidential political advertisements spend more than half of their broadcast appointment assaulting

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Political Communication Quiz When hopefuls make proclamations in talks, they more often than not anticipate that us will trust them thus give small supporting proof. Most competitors advertisements lie more often than not. The nature of presidential general decision crusades has consistently compounded throughout the year

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Political Communication Quiz Campaign talk in discourses and level headed discussions has turned out to be relentlessly more negative throughout the years. Journalists pretty precisely speak to the substance and level of assault in their stories about hopeful addresses. Voters lean toward promotions that difference the records of the possibility to advertisements that essentially assault.

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Political Communication Quiz There isn\'t much valuable data in battles; it\'s all generally buildup. Political publicizing truns off voters and makes them avoid the surveys therefore. Ladies know not as much as men about governmental issues.

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