Assignment on the Barrier to Effective Communication and the Principles of Effective Communication

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Department of Accounting & Information Systems

Assignment
On
The Barrier to Effective communication and the Principles of Effective Communication

Submitted To
A.N.M Asaduzzaman Fakir
Lecturer
Department of AIS
Jagannath University, Dhaka.

Submitted by: Group: I Session: 2006-2007 Section: B BBA 2nd Batch, 7th Semester Department of AIS Jagannath University, Dhaka

Date of Submission: 28/03/2012

|Members of the Group |I.D |
|Mallika
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Example: If an illiterate person wishes to send an e-mail to someone he may not able to do it, because he may not know how to use internet. 3. Wrong choice of media: A properly selected media is expected to be effective whereas the wrong choice of media may create a barrier to communication. Example: A written notice served to a group of workers who are not literate will prove useless and ineffective.

4. Abstracting: It may be understood as an act of focusing attention on some details and omitting others. Example: In a classroom a lecturer after finishing his lecture may assume that all the student have understood his lecture content, but it is possible that many students may not. This is an ‘allness’ fallacy of the sender who may believe that whatever he says about an object or event is ‘all’.

5. Slanting: In describing different dimensions of a particular situation, the sender may deliberately pick up a few and omit other. This is called slanting. Unfortunately, the aspects selected are usually unfavorable. Example: the supervisor may describe a worker as bad if he is a chain smoker.

6. Absence of interpersonal sensitivity: The sender may convey the message clearly and correctly to the receiver but it fails to get intended result because

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