We’re going to take a journey into the world of existentialism today as we discuss the concept of identity. So here’s the question: Who Are You?
Happy new year everybody! We’re back. To kick off this year’s focus on communication in the Caribbean, I’m going to share another piece of myself with you and tell you what the Caribbean means to me.
And here we are at the end of the road. Parting is such sweet sorrow. Our final conversation (at least for now) will be about the Speech Codes theory.
We’re winding down to the end of my semester and I know it’s been a while, but today I’ve returned with a look at Agenda Setting theory. This will be the penultimate theory post, but let’s not let that stop us!
When you were growing up watching those Saturday superhero cartoons did you want to be just like Superman or Wonderwoman? Did you want to be a superhero? Did you know there’s an entire communication theory that seeks to explain just why that is? Today I brought along a certain teenage ninja to help me explain the Social Cognitive theory!
Today the tigers and I take a bite out of the Uses and Gratifications theory.
In this week’s segment we tackle Muzafer Sherif’s Social Judgement theory. We are the judges, the jury, and the communicators!
Today’s post is the fourth in our look at communication theories and it’s all about George Mead’s Symbolic Interactionism. We get to see what it looks like on paper and in the real.
You know that quote from the new Karate Kid: Wu Ji Bi Fan? or according to Jaden Smith, ‘too much of good stuff is bad stuff’? Today we’re going to see why that is with the Anxiety/Uncertainty Management Theory.
This might be a long one, but today we’re going to take a look at Uncertainty Reduction theory – the ‘whats’, ‘whys’ and legitimacy.