Communication Theory

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  • A collection of ideas, hypotheses, and models that seeks to explain the process by which information is exchanged between individuals and between other entities, such as machines or organizations. The most basic elements of communication are the sender, who creates and transmits the message; the message itself; and the receiver, who can be either an intended or an unintended recipient of the message. More advanced theories of communication include elements such as the channel, feedback, and noise. The channel is the medium by which the message is transmitted, such as voice, writing, gesture, data, telephone, or symbol. Feedback is the response to the original message that is generated by the receiver. The concept of feedback establishes that communication is not a linear process but ...

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