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The Relationship between Components of Communication and Communication Process
Iffatul Azizah 2013-B/1371500
Ilman Alvian 2013-B/1371504
Lucky Ayu Novitasari 2013-B/1371510
Miftakhul Imam Fauzi 2013-B/1371514

Abstract
Communication has become a major necessity for our social life due to getting information or knowledge. Communication is a way of interaction from people to another people. Without communication, there will no input that will be gotten because input or information is very connected with the communication. The more output that we release or the more communication that we make, the more information that we get. In communication itself, there are some components that have to be known. The goal in knowing its component is to make the student easily to learn deeply about the process of communication. So, the general purpose of this paper is to discuss the component of communication. The component of communication which is initial conditional has been filled. It also discusses about the process of communication.
Keywords : communication, process, component, sender, receiver.

Introduction
Humans as social being, in need of communication to get the information , so as to change the behavior and attitudes in their social life. Communication is the process of delivering thoughts or feelings by one person to another by using the symbols that is meaningful to both parties in certain situations. Communication is very important for humans, because if there is no communication, then there will not be transferring-process information or meaning between the members (who does the communication). Thus, they cannot understand social life.
In general, communication is a process of delivering a message that is done either orally or verbally. The process of communication is a way of conveying a message from communicator to communicant, so as to create a similarity-meaning between the communicator and communicant, which aims to create effective communication. The



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