Communication competence is something that affects people everyday. It is very broad and is, in fact, too broad to discuss every aspect. Therefore, this work will be focused specifically on communication competence in family communication and how parents affect the child during the developmental stages.
Communication competence can be linked to Mead's symbolic interactionism theory. Throughout our paper, the concepts of symbolic interactionism are applied to communication competence. The goal of this paper is to better understand the importance of effective communication during the developmental stages of children, and further show the vitality of symbolic interactionism to development.
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In this research, three main topics are discussed. First, the research focuses on the phenomenon of communication competence and a clear definition will be given so that the reader gains a mutual understanding of the term communication competence. The topic will be narrowed down to its importance in family communication and the research will focus on the importance of parents communicating affectively to their children. Secondly, Mead's theory of symbolic interactionism will be discussed. Each concept of this theory will be explained and the paper will then exhibit the relation between communication competence and symbolic interactionism. The last section of the paper will discuss what was found through research, and hopefully help the reader understand the importance of communication competence. After discussing communication competence, symbolic interactionism, and explaining the link between the two, a hypothesis will be given.
How does communication competence correlate with the leadership role of the adult? We discovered two different perspectives of the concept. "Communication competence for the cognitive perspective is the ability of the individual
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