Project 2

Project 2

Published on 16 September 2022
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Transcript
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Communication Studies
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Presented by Eason Yang
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What is Communication?
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Communication is the process in which people exchange information
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through a common system of symbols, signs or behavior
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There are few important elements of communication in such that if 
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one is missing, the communication process might fail.
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The first element is
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Sender
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The sender is the person who share information or feelings to others.
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The sender will think of what is to be said and how it is to be said in the circumstances
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that the communication will take place, this is referred to as conceptualization.
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The sender will also encode the message so both audience and source can understand
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Next element is
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The channels
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The channel is the path where the message is passed from the
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sender to the receiver.
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For example, phone, text, email or video
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The last element is 
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Receiver: the person whom the message was intended. The receiver's role is decoding the
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message and interpreting it. After he/she make a response to the message which is known
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as feedback, this communication process is completed.
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Here is an example provided
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Mary, I forgot my wallet home
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Can you bring it for me?
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Of course, No problem
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Sender
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Channel
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Receiver
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The end