• Coomunication in the Classroom
    written, pectoral, spoken, gestural, group, mass and electronic. Others are communication through touch, visual symbol and communication through arts (Ruesch and Bateson 1951) .Ehiametalor (1985). Others like Oral communication, written communication, Visual communication and Kinetic communication...
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  • Communication Models
    a third dimension, it does not easily account for all the possible dimensions involved in a communication event. G.   Multidimensional Models 1.     Ruesch and Bateson, Functional Model, 1951 a.      Mortensen: “Ruesch and Bateson conceived of communication as functioning simultaneously at four...
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  • Theoretician Profile - Gregory Bateson
    . * Ruesch, J., Bateson, G. (1951). Communication: The Social Matrix of Psychiatry. W.W. Norton & Company. * Bateson, G. (1972). Steps to an Ecology of Mind: Collected Essays in Anthropology, Psychiatry, Evolution, and Epistemology. University Of Chicago Press. * Bateson, G. (1979...
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  • Models of Communication
    model, but a person constructs it for himself. c.      Weaknesses i.       Even though this model adds a third dimension, it does not easily account for all the possible dimensions involved in a communication event. G.   Multidimensional Models 1.     Ruesch and BatesonFunctional Model...
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  • The Role of Culture in Conflict
    them. (Watzlawick et al., 1967, p. 51). Based on the work of Ruesch and Bateson (1951), Watzlawick et al (1967) identified two important elements of communication: the “report” and “command” functions of communicative interactions. The “report” element provides the content and informative nature of...
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  • Human Communication
    , providing feedback to him or herself in an ongoing internal process. It can be useful to envision intrapersonal communication occurring in the mind of the individual in a model which contains a sender, receiver, and feedback loop. Although successful communication is generally defined as being between two...
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  • Collaboration
    ” resides. The authors wish to thank George Greenfield, Chris Vitello, and Paul Nash for their participation in research for and preparation of this manuscript. References Bateson, G. 1951. Communication: The Social Matrix of Psychiatry. In The Convergence of Science and Psychiatry, J. Ruesch and G...
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  • Jashjdhsa
    oneself and problems concerning communication with non-sentient entities such as computers have made some argue that this definition is too narrow. In Communication: The Social Matrix of Psychiatry, Jurgen Ruesch and Gregory Bateson argue that intrapersonal communication is indeed a special case of...
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  • Communication
    is too narrow. In Communication: The Social Matrix of Psychiatry, Jurgen Ruesch and Gregory Bateson argue that intrapersonal communication is indeed a special case of interpersonal communication, as "dialogue is the foundation for all discourse." Intrapersonal communication can encompass...
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  • Steps to an Ecology of Mind
    Syntax of Language, New York, Harcourt Brace, 1937. 60 B. L. Whorf, “Science and Linguistics,” Technology Review, 1940, 44: 229-48. 61 J. Ruesch and G. Bateson, Communication: The Social Matrix of Psychiatry, New York, Norton, 1951. “involuntary” mood-sign; i.e., an outwardly perceptible event which...
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  • Critical discourse analysis
    matrix of communication theory, value theory and anthropological statements about culture (Ruesch and Bateson, 1951 [1968]). Their work was part of what they describe in the Preface to the 1968 edition as a convergence of psychiatry, psychology, sociology and anthropology on what became known as...
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  • Motivation
    of the term motivation is quite broad, because it comprises “an endless range of meanings.” Numerous researchers attempted to examine and define motivation over years, but this notion is still inclusive and hindered by “the lack of consensus of common concept” (Ruesch, 2009, p.4). Basing on the...
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  • Development Theory
    designed. Ethology offers another research model, which, at least in its early stages of application, differs from learning theory, and which can also claim to stimulate significant research. Ethology proceeds through what Lewin (1951) termed "levels of successive approximation." First, in regard to...
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  • Genteic
    Definition: Epistasis is the term applied when one gene interferes with the expression of another (as in the baldness/widow's peak mentioned earlier). Bateson reported a different phenotypic ratio in sweet pea than could be explained by simple Mendelian inheritance. This ratio is 9:7 instead of...
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  • New Ways in Transactional Analysis
    model were presented†. This paper will examine the implications of this theory, in terms of more detailed structural and functional analysis. It is however, firstly necessary to examine the relationship between theory and practice, with particular reference to ego states. THERAPEUTIC AND THEORETICAL...
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  • The Sick Role
    1951a, 1957, 1958, 1963, 1974, 1978a, 1991, 1991 [1951]; Parsons and Fox 1952). They are interrelated because his writings on cultural values provide a context for his model of the sick role, a context mostly neglected by his critics, and reveal the scope and limits of its applicability to...
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  • speech and oral communication
    third dimension, it does not easily account for all the possible dimensions involved in a communication event. G.   Multidimensional Models 1.     Ruesch and Bateson,  Functional Model, 1951 a.      Mortensen: “Ruesch and Bateson conceived of communication as functioning...
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  • Conjoint Analysis in Marketing: New Developments with Implications for Research and Practice
    function model (piecewise linear). The mixed model allows some attributes to be treated as following the part-worth function model while other attributes follow vector or ideal point models. The vector model estimates the fewest parameters by assuming the (potentially restrictive) linear functional form...
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  • Employee Motivation
    (Lovelock, Vandermerwe and Lewis, 1996). Gronroos (1984) in a seminal article “A Service Quality Model and its Marketing Implications” distinguishes between the technical quality of a service and its functional quality. Gronroos (1984) suggests a service can be divided into a process and an outcome...
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  • Schizophrenia & the Biological Perspective
    importance of non-biological factors as well, such as environmental stressors. Thus a Diathesis-Stress model is generally accepted by many today. Schizophrenia is seen as a disease caused by the over-activity of dopamine receptors in the mesolimbic pathway i.e. the Dopamine Hypothesis (Richard Hall...
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