Personal Communication Analysis

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Personal Communication Analysis
Communication is vital in today’s society. The purpose of communication is to relay messages in the most clear and concise appropriate manner. Transferring data involves both the sender and receiver of a message. Communication can be misinterpreted, sent with confusion and often misrepresented. Effective communication is the key to getting messages across and with minimal confusion and errors. Today is definitely considered the age of information (also known as the information age). Communication is widespread and with the rapid and constant advances in technology, people are communication more frequently and using many different forms of communication. Verbal communication consists of communicating face to face. Different components of verbal communication include sounds, words, speaking, language and dialect. Nonverbal communication consists of gestures, eye contact, facial expressions, body language and artifacts. No matter form of communication is used; communication should always be effective, understandable and ethical. Communication consist of many different types, forms and methods, but the major components are broken up in two groups: Verbal and nonverbal communication. Some of my verbal communicational strengths include written and intrapersonal communication. My verbal weaknesses include mass speaking and listening. I love writing and over time, have became very good at written communication. My written communication work is usually clear, concise and with very few errors or confusion. Intrapersonal communication deals with self: How oneself is perceived, the perception of someone, your beliefs about another person and another person’s beliefs about you. I am a very confident person. I recently learned that the communication process begins internally before words are spoken. As an adult I am...
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