INTRO TO COM ASSINGMENT.docx - FACULTY OFAPPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES CBFC1103\/ABCC1103 INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION PANAMBARAGE UDIPTHANA SUDARSHENI

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FACULTY OFAPPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES CBFC1103/ABCC1103 INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION PANAMBARAGE UDIPTHANA SUDARSHENI FONSEKA Rg NO: BED04001 Email : [email protected] 0767396059 Tutor’s name: Dr.George Perera Learning Centre: IIHS,walisara,Sri lanka January 2019 1
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Table of content 1. Introduction…..……………………………………………………………………… .... 03 1.1. What are personal relationships …………………………………………………..03 1.2. What’s communication and how it connected to personal relationships ……...03 2. The importance of communication in the context of personal relationships ………04 3. The factors that can cause conflicts in personal relations …………………………...06 4. Things to do to manage conflict with communication …………………………….…08 5. Personal conflict situations …………………………………………………………….08 5.1. Discrimination issues ……………………………………………………………...09 5.2. Leadership conflicts ………………………………………………………………..10 6. Conclusion ……………………………………………………………………………...10 7. References ………………………………………………………………………………11 2
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THE ROLE OF COMMUNICATION IN PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS 1. Introduction We love joining with other people because it feels us happy. And good communication is the key when it comes to positive social interaction. Interpersonal communication comprises an interface among a small number of individuals, often described by individualized and personal communication than in the case of larger groups. Remarkably, it takes place when people speak and relate to each other distinctively. Wood (2013) pointed out that interpersonal communication is bordered by the nature of the relationship that conquers between people involved. In turn, the nature of communication forms the basis of on which the relationship is built. In a more logical sense, the author emphasized uniqueness and voluntary commitment as the key features of personal communication (pp.194-95). Since we communicate differently, the nature of relationships thereof is communicated through ‘relationship’ element of the message. In a great deal, culture and gender functionally affect interpersonal communication. People of different cultures and age relate in a dissimilar when they communicate. However, when one of the communication participants fail to fulfill with any of the necessities threats or compromises the relationships, which if not rectified can give rise to conflicts. 1.1. What are personal relationships? The concept of "relationships and family" is comprehensive and differs from person to person. What you mean by relationship is unique to you, but most people do think of a state of connectedness, especially an emotional connection. Personal relationships state to close connections between people, formed by emotional bonds and interactions. These bonds often develop from and are strengthened by mutual experiences. Relationships are not still; they are continually sprouting, and to fully enjoy and benefit from them we need skills, information, inspiration, practice, and social support. Some kinds of 3
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personal relationships are Family bonds, relationships with friends and relationship among partners.[ CITATION Hat \l 1033 ] 1.2. What is communication? How it connected to relationships
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