Eight Aspects Of Interpersonal Communication And The Process Of Communication

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Introduction Communication is the process of expressing ones thought and idea to another person by communicating in certain way or language. We communicate to exchange information or to have a normal conversation. This information can be delivered to a person, a group or a large scale of people depending on the importance of the content and the way it is delivered. There are many ways to communicate, for example using newspaper, cell phones, fax, radio or verbally. There are two types of communication; these are interpersonal communication and intrapersonal communication. Interpersonal communication is a two-way communication where two or more person communicates and gives feedback as soon as they received the message or information. Example…show more content…
They are Source, Encoding, Message, Channel, Decoding, Receiver, Feedback and Noise. The process of communication starts with a Source which generates all the information which goes through Encoding of the Message and leads to a medium called Channel. This Channel is situated between Noise that comes after the Encoding of the Message and before the Decoding of the Message. If the Receiver manages to understand the message, there would be a Feedback, if the Receiver could not decode the message due to the interference which is the Noise, there would not be a Feedback. Feedbacks are the only thing that continues the process of communication if there is no feedback the communication would end. Source Encoding Noise Message Channel Noise Decoding Receiver Feedback Noise There is sound and noise. Both of them are produced naturally. Sound is very general while noise is a sound of something that is very uneasy for us to hear. There is the sound of nature, such as the sound of raindrops and buzzing of a bee. There is also sound that is produced by human beings, such as construction work and fireworks. Man-made sounds are usually noise because they are very loud and not harmonious. Sound can only be gone in a vacuum…show more content…
For instance, a source that is using jargon or slang. Jargon is words or sentences created by the source and it cannot be understood by the person who is communicating with them. There is also accent which produced the semantic noise. Accent is the way a foreigner speak to a local person. Accent is the sound made by a source without any Intention. This is because the source could not forget or change their native language way of speaking. Semantic noise can also be produced by difficult words from huge vocabulary. These difficult words can be found in the dictionary which is rarely used by people. Only more intellectual or professional people use these difficult words. This noise can also happen when the word or sentence used by the source has a different meaning. For example, the word card and cart. This word has a different spelling at the same time a different meaning but it has the same way of

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