COMMUNICATION TOPIC MADE EASIER.

Feb 3rd, 2012
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This topic on communication is a well researched, detailed but simplified with one example of communication:Downward communication. It is meant to guide students since it has covered a wide area in communication.

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Communication DefinedCommunication is the process of sending and receiving information between two or more people. Communication ProcessComponents: A sender is the party that sends a message.A message is the information to be conveyed. Encoding is transforming of the information thoughts to be conveyed into a form that can be sent, such as words. A communication channel is the manner in which the message is sent. These include speaking, writing, video transmission, audio transmission, electronic transmission through emails, text messages and faxes and even nonverbal communication, such as body language ( facial expressions, nodding, gestures, postures??)Receiver is whom the communicated message was targeted for. Decoding which means the receiver mentally processing the message into understanding. Feedback is a message sent by the receiver back to the sender. Process:1. A sender encodes information 2. The sender selects a channel of communication by which to send the message 3. The receiver receives the message 4. The receiver decodes the message 5. The receiver may provide feedback to the sender Types of Communication1. Verbal & Non-Verbal CommunicationVerbal communication is communication using speech that is understood by all parties to the communication. It is talking. It is simply sending a message through a spoken language.. Non-verbal communication is sending a message without using words to convey meaning. Non-verbal communication can include

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