Universal of Communication

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  • Communication is a manner in which we transmit and receive information, not always in a conscious manner; in fact, sometimes we are not even aware that we communicate a message to the external world. The communication process occurs between a sender and a receiver. It is a process that is shared by everybody and occurs on a constant basis. We communicate messages and concepts constantly, and this is a process that operates in many directions and dimensions. The effectiveness of the communication process depends heavily on the level of understanding between the sender and the receiver. There are three most frequently recognized modes of communication: (1) interpersonal communication, (2) intrapersonal communication, and (3) person-group communication. Person-to-person communication occurs between at least two individuals, and the ...

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