Comparing Argyle And Tuckman's Theories Of Communication

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P2 Theories of Communication There are many types of theories of communication but I'm going to talk about two specific theories, Argyle and Tuckman’s theories. Argyle’s theory of communication was based on one-to-one communication. There were six stages of his theory of communication which were “Ideas occur, Message coded, sent, received, decoded, then understood”. The first stage is Idea Occurs, before a person speaks or communicates with another person, he has to think of what he's going to do and communicate. The second stage is thinking of how the person says. What kind of facial expression, body language, tone of voice or gesture he's going to use. The next stage is after the person thinks of an idea, he sends it to the other person…show more content…
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