Mass communication - Term: Definition: Communication occurs...

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Term:Communication occurs when?Definition:Term:CorantosDefinition:One page news sheets about specificevents. Root of news papers from 17thcentury Europe Term:DiurnalsDefinition:Forerunners of a daily newspaper.Term formed in 1660sTerm:The Zenger trial: old skool court tv1735Definition:Truth is a defense against charges oflibel. American press freedomfoundation Term:CommunicationDefinition:Transmission of message from sourceto receiver
Term:FeedbackDefinition:The response (message) from thereceiver. Receiver becomes source.Reciprocal and ongoing processTerm:Interpersonal communicationDefinition:Communication between a few people.No clearly identifiable source orreceiver. Encoding and decoding. Term:Encoding and decodingDefinition:A message is first encoded(transformed into an understandablesign and symbol system: speakingwriting etc..) decoding a receivedmessage to interpret it (listening,reading, etc...)Term:NoiseDefinition:Anything that interferes withsuccessful communication. Lead toincorrect decoding

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