The Communication Process

The Communication Process

Published on 15 September 2022
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Transcript
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The Communication Process
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What is Communication?
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“Communication comes from the Latin ‘communis´ – common´
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In order to develop "commonness" with someone, we communicate.
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Communication is simply the act of transferring information from one place, individual, or group to another.
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The key elements of the communication process are:
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SENDER: The source of the communication or information MESSAGE: Concept or information being transmitted CHANNEL: The means by which the message is being given RECEIVER: The intended audience Feedback: The response
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Illustration of the Communication Process
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Sender
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Encoding
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Message
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Channel
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Receiver
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Decoding
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Feedback
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Noise
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This is the sender. He has a message to say.
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I love you.
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This is the receiver. She receives the message.
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The channel he is using is his voice.
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A car is passing. This is called noise.
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The woman responds.
01:01
I love you too.
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When she responds, this is called feedback.
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This is the Communication Process!
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The End.