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Communication Process and Models Purposive Communication
Learning Objectives 1. Identify and define the components of the transmission model of communication. 2. Identify and define the components of the interaction model of communication.
Learning Objectives 3. Identify and define the components of the transaction model of communication. 4. Compare and contrast the three models of communication. 5. Use the transaction model of communication to analyze a recent communication encounter.
Communication is a complex process , and it is difficult to determine where or with whom a communication encounter starts and ends.
Models of communication simplify the process by providing a visual representation of the various aspects of a communication encounter .
The three models of communication we will discuss are the transmission , interaction , and transaction models.
The first two models we will discuss, the transmission model and the interaction model, include the following parts: participants, messages, encoding, decoding, and channels.
In communication models, the participants are the senders and/or receivers of messages in a communication encounter.
The message is the verbal or nonverbal content being conveyed from sender to receiver.
The internal cognitive process that allows participants to send, receive, and understand messages is the encoding and decoding process

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