Articulation

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  • A clear manner of communication, particularly for the individual in the public sphere. Articulation is seen in the selection of appropriate words to suit the speaker's intended meaning and the ability to speak fluently in making words distinct from one another. Effective articulation is considered, particularly in interpersonal and organizational communication studies, to be marked by the ability of the speaker to disseminate information to audiences and for audiences to grasp the intended meaning of the speaker. This can create a cycle of giving and growing knowledge between individuals and groups. The articulation of ideas can result in a two-way communication (e.g., between the speaker and audience) that involves discussion of problems (topical to the context, or of a communicative nature) and problem solving.

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