Ch_9_Interpersonal - Interpersonal Communication Chapter 9...

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Chapter 9 Interpersonal Communication
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The Process of Communication Human communication is a complex process. It involves the transmission of information from one person to another.
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A Model of Communication The earliest models focused on one-way communication, in which a sender delivered a message and the passive receiver decoded it. Contemporary models view communication as a dynamic and complex process.
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Concepts Reflected in the  Communication Process Simultaneous sending and receiving Meanings in and among people A message is not independent of its context. Environment and noise Channels of communication
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Communication Types Unilateral Memo or email Directive Lecture Transactional Meeting
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Definition of Communication Interpersonal communication is a: Complex process Reciprocal process Through which participants create meanings As messages are transmitted Continuously and simultaneously From one communicator to another Via multiple communication channels.
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