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Journalism & Communication
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Analyzing Communication Name Journalism, mass media and communication Instructors’ name Date Analyzing Communication Artifacts employment can occur in either a no verbal communication or a verbal communication. Their interpretation can occur as objects shaped by human crafts…
Artifacts also indicate the human workmanship. They also provide an idea about the personality of the speaker and the audience. In mass media, artifacts can be heard as the disruption of a speech, or if it is in a visual media program it is viewing may occur as the characteristic of the speaker. According to Aristotle, the artifacts of communication perception occurs in three ways logos, pathos and finally ethos or commonly known as ethics. 1 Artifacts are quite prominent in communication. Their involvement occurs mostly in verbal and a non-verbal communication. During a communication, a speaker’s personality contributes a lot to what he or she is communicating. Many people will intend to link the information, which the speaker provides with the artifacts. This is a reason why Aristotle came up with the three reasons of speech. They include, ethos, which is commonly, termed as ethics in the speakers ‘communication, the pathos that implication occurs via emotions perceived by the speaker and the audience. The last one is logos. They are referred to as the logic of the actual given or spoken words. In a mass media, artifacts are a pertinent tool in communication because they indicate what the speech is all about. 2 Communication artifacts creation is normally for mass consumption; this implies that the target population for the implication of the artifacts is the mass audience in general. ...
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