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TYPES OF COMMUNICATION 1. Intrapersonal-is communication within oneself. It involves thinking, remembering and feeling, all things we do internally especially when making decisions. 2. Interpersonal- is communication among a relatively small number of people. It is at this level that much of the communication takes place. a. Dyadic- This is communication between two people. It may be face to face such as ordinary conversations, dialogs or interviews. Telephone conversation is also dyadic. b. Tryadic- This communication is participated in by three people. c. Small Groups- Here, more than three people communicate. This is the enlarged type of communication usually done to solve problems. The committee, panel, symposium, brainstorming and small business meetings are examples of small group communication. 3. Public Communication- This involves communication between one and several other people. This is the large group type of communication. A public speech is an example. Primarily, it is a monologue one indulges in rather than a dialog.
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