The Success Elements Of Interpersonal Communication

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Social needs:
Communication is a way to relate ourselves to the society. Communication helps to meet all our social needs. In New York, Rebecca Rubin and her associates (1998) did a research on the social needs that we have to satisfy with our communication. They listed six categories of social need that are to be satisfied by communication which are as follows: o Pleasure o Affection o Inclusion o Escape o Relaxation and o Control.
Without all these social motives it is impossible for us to survive. So we can understand that communication is the primary goal of survival.
Practical needs:
Beyond all these very basic needs, number of research has shown that communication plays a key role in the effective running of our day to day life. Success
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 Source-receiver:
Interpersonal communication involves sending and receiving of messages at the same time.
 Encoding-decoding:
Putting your messages into codes i.e. sound or light waves is called encoding. Converting the codes back to messages is called decoding.
 Messages:
A message is information that is send by the sender in a coded form through any source of communication.
 Channel:
Channel is the path through which messages are sent and received. It is a element of communication that joins the sender and receiver.
 Noise:
Noise can be defined as a hurdle in the path of the message.
 Ethics:
Communication also has some ethics that should be stated carefully. The ethics talk about moral aspects, whether it is correct or wrong.
Principles of interpersonal communication:
 Interpersonal communication is a transactional process:
Interpersonal communication is a transactional process, meaning, a process that has interdependent elements.
 It is
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But unfortunately, his flight crashes and falls into the Pacific Ocean. He was the only survivor of his whole team. He lands up in an island. He tries hard to get some help and communicate with others but all went in vain. But, after 4 years, he gets rescued and turns back home.
Scene: when he was struck in the island, he created an artificial character to communicate with. The character that he created was a football. He even named it Wilson. The ball was his hope of survival. He communicated with the ball as if it was a living character.
Aspects of interpersonal

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