1. What is the difference between your self-concept and self-image? What is the difference between your self-concept and your self-esteem? Self-concept is who we think we are, whereas self-image is how we and others see us. My self-concept is that I am an intelligent person, which is shown by my success in school. I am also a happy person, which can be shown by how much I smile and laugh. I can believe, through self-concept that I am an attractive human being, but also know that through my self-image, I have an ugly nose. The self-image that human beings hold against themselves does have a tendency to be judgmental. Self-esteem is easier to distinguish from self-concept and self-image in that self-esteem is how we feel about our self-concepts and self-images. One can have high, medium and low self-esteems. For example, you can feel very good about the project you just got an A on, which would mean you have high esteem, and yet feel poorly about the speech you gave during the presentation of the project, which would be low esteem. Self-esteem, as with self-concept and self-image, is greatly influenced by others opinions.
2. Think about experiences you have had with noise or interference in the communication process. Write one example of interference in the context, one example of interference in the sender, one example of interference in the receiver, and one example of interference in the channel. These examples can be from four different real-life communication situations, but they need to be different from the examples in the textbook. Select one of these examples and indicate how you could reduce or eliminate the noise or interference. Context in the communication process refers to the principle that every act of communication must happen in some sort of surroundings. An example of interference in the context would be in a cultural situation at a funeral. It would matter if the funeral was in English or Spanish context. The people attending this funeral...
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