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Communication The communication process Daryl Dyson Interpersonal Communication psych 200 Professor Sean Kenney June 28 th 2010 1
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Communication In this essay the writer will discuss the basic principals of the communication process; the writer will also discuss the tools necessary in order for the communication process to be effective, such as self perception and active listening. The writer will also discuss how the communication process effects the way we teach students and how we raise our children. In our society, with the evolution and advancement of information technology, ie, T.V. music videos, and the internet, the job of raising and educating children has become more and more complex. Because youth are greatly influenced by media and peer pressure, it is necessary that teachers and parents develop communication skills that will help them to transmit messages to help children learn, mature, and to make the right choices. The family that has good communication skills can better handle stress, better resolve conflicts, The children also carry these communication skills into adulthood. 2
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Communication Self Perception An important part of interpersonal communication is self perception. The text says in chapter one that self perception is defined by how a person sees themselves spiritually physically, socially and intellectually. This is an important initial skill necessary for active listening. (Hybels, S. & and Weaver, R.L., 2007). Self perception Self perception can also be called self awareness. Or the capacity to take oneself as the object of thought. (Social Science theory 2008). Are we aware of how others perceive our actions? When I approached my wife about her demeanor when teaching the children, she said that she really wasn’t aware of how she came across to him. She said “my mother always hollered at us when we made mistakes”. Sending the wrong signals
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