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Final Benny Brankoff Hagerstown Community College Introduction to Human Communication – Final Examination 1. 1 The simple components of communication transaction start with the basis whose giving you the info. Message is the main information you want to communicate with. messaging is where you convey the data clearly and just without causing confusion. Messages are then usually conveyed through networks which can be face to face. With that being said, decoding the info taking to enthusiastically listen to what is being sent to the headset which then they can give you an effective response. 2. 2 well in my opinion communication begins with self is to communicate with others you can also to be good at a communicate or bad. like, I rely on that I am a good communicator when it comes to talking to individuals face to face I aggressively listen and give a good supposed out response even if I am funny. I being trying to be sure that person understands me, whether it's ironically or extremely. But when it comes to writing, I am a terrible communicator, writing a latter when you don’t know what to write about, or to start an easy that you don’t know how it going to end it. 3. 4 Define self-disclosure and identify at least three things that might affect how much one self-discloses? is purposeful disclosure of personal information to another person. If I purposefully wear the baseball cap of my favorite team to reveal my team loyalty to a new friend, then this clothing choice constitutes self-disclosure. Self-disclosure doesn’t always have to be deep to be useful or meaningful. Superficial self-disclosure, often in the form of “small talk,” is key in initiating relationships that then move onto more personal levels of self-disclosure. Telling a classmate your major or
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