The Process of Communication Essay

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The Communication Process:
Communication is a process where we share our feelings, ideas, thoughts, suggestion, experience, feedback, opinions, etc. It’s a dialogue in which the sharing of meaningful information are constantly coming in and going out between two or more people in order to reach an understanding.

The communication process is on going activity that consists of 3 essential models, Communication as Action, Transaction Interaction.

Communication as Action relates to the goal of the receiver understanding the source or the speaker's intended message. There are 7 elements of Communication as Action such as the source, message, channel, receiver, noise, feedback, and context.

The
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The Communication Process:
Communication is a process where we share our feelings, ideas, thoughts, suggestion, experience, feedback, opinions, etc. It’s a dialogue in which the sharing of meaningful information are constantly coming in and going out between two or more people in order to reach an understanding.

The communication process is on going activity that consists of 3 essential models, Communication as Action, Transaction Interaction.

Communication as Action relates to the goal of the receiver understanding the source or the speaker's intended message. There are 7 elements of Communication as Action such as the source, message, channel, receiver, noise, feedback, and context.

The speaker is the source of information and ideas for an audience. The job of the source is to translate ideas and images in his or her mind into verbal or non-verbal symbols that an audience can recognize. Verbal symbols are words, sentences, sounds, vocally produce noises or alternative utterances that are said aloud in order to convey some meaning. For example, stop! Is a word conveying a particular action by sound and can be written out or spoken. Nonverbal symbols are messages sent to a receiver from the source by means of body language, facial expressions, eye contact, touching, signs and gestures. For example, the speaker may encode in gestures how big something is by separating his or her hands or something small by bringing them closer
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