Introduction & Definition
Since the dawn of civilization man expressed his ideas and views in different ways to exchange his feelings and emotions. This way of exchanging the feelings is known as communication. Communication is one of essential conditions of social interaction.
According to Brown, “Communication is the process of transmitting ideas or thoughts from one person to another for the purpose of creating understanding.
According to Keith Davis, “Communication is the transfer of information and understanding from one person to another person. It is a way of reaching others with facts, ideas, thoughts & values.
The word communication has been derived from the Latin word ‘Communicare’ which means to share or to commune or giving or sharing information. Thus we can say is act of sharing of information ideas from person to another person or group. It involves in systematic and continuous process of telling, listening, understanding and responding. The nature of communication is social, collective, extrovert, dynamic, multidimensional, and professional. It involves impressions as well as expressions. Communication can be enlightening as well as misleading depending upon one’s skill and proficiency.
FACTORS/ELEMENTS/COMPONENTS OF COMMUNICATION
TYPES OF COMMUNICATION
PROCESS OF COMMUNICATION
Communication is the dynamic process that involves the effective transmission of facts ideas thoughts, feelings & values. It is sharing of information and understanding. It is an aspect of human nature whatever are, whatever maybe, if two persons are present a sort of understanding begins to develop between them.
Communication is concern with sharing information and understanding. It consists of a few elements as: 1. Sender : The communication starts with the sender, the person or group who wants to transmit the message to another person of group. 2. Message : The physical form of the idea or information conveys which can be understood by the receiver. 3. Encoding : Converting he message into a symbolic form channel the media through which the message travels. 4. Receiver : The person or group who receive the message and attaches some meaning to the message. 5. Decoding : Retranslating of sender’s message.
6. Feedback : The final link in the communication process in which the receiver expresses the response to the message. Sender
Any interferences in the message sent and message received leads to the productions of ‘noise’. The term communication barriers, or that which or distorts message, is an expansion of the concept of noise. Noise here does not mean cacophony, but a break in the communication process. If noise occurs because of technological factors, it is a smaller problem as it can be removed by correcting the technological faults,. Contrary to this, if the noise is due to human error, the parties involved in the communication process need to take corrective measures. LEVELS OF COMMUNICATION
Communication is universal and multidimensional activity communication takes place at various levels : 1. Extra personal
5. Mass communication
Extra personal : Communication which exists between human being and non-human beings is extra personal. For example the wagging of tail of your pet dog when at sees at close proximity. A parrot responding to your greeting is an example of extrapersonal communication. This type of communication requires perfect coordination and understanding between the sender and the receiver. Intrapersonal : Where a person communicates with himself is called intrapersonal...
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