Communication is the first instrument that humans used in their process to socialize, interact with others and can be defined as the process of sending information about our though, opinions, feelings to another person . Why we communicate? We communicate to know each other, to find out about others emotions, to change information, to convince others to understand our point of view and build relations. Interpersonal communication is the most important form of communication and is the most used. People cannot avoid this type of communication, and their social relation depends on their ability to engage in a conversation with others...
Interpersonal communication is the process that we use to communicate our ideas, thoughts, and feelings to another person. Our interpersonal communication skills are learned behaviours that can be improved through knowledge, practice, feedback, and reflection. The Interpersonal Communication refers usually in face-to-face situations and can be define as the process of sending and receiving information between two or more people. Communication is interpersonal when the people involved are contacting each other on a personal level.
There are a several models of communication and over the years the field of communication has evolved considerably.
Communication models come in a variety of forms, ranging from catchy summations to diagrams to mathematical formulas.
We will present just a few models of communication and for the beginning we will mention about Shannon-Weaver Model of communication.
Claude Shannon and Warren Weaver produced a general model of communication which is now known after them as the Shannon-Weaver Model.
Shannon, an engineer for the Bell Telephone Company, designed the most influential of all early communication models.
His model of the communication process is, in important ways, the beginning of the modern field.
It provided, for the first time, a
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