Communication Basics, Anxiety, and Ethics Worksheet

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Communication Basics      1 Communication Basics, Anxiety, and Ethics Worksheet Luis D. Maymí Romero University of Phoenix Comm-110 Prof. Ivette Soto Vélez December 17, 2009
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Communication Basics      2 Communication Basics, Anxiety, and Ethics Worksheet 1. Briefly explain the seven elements of the speech communication process. How do these elements interact to determine the success or failure of a speech? Speaker is the first element of the process of communication without it there cannot be a process. The speaker is simply the person who is delivering or presenting the speech. It can also be the person who is training a particular person or a group of employees. Listener(s) are equally important as the speaker neither one is effective without the other. The listener is he who receives the massage the oral massage it can be one person or a group. The message is what the speaker is discussing or the ideas that he is presenting to you as he covers a particular topic. The Channel is simply the means by which the message is sent or transmitted. Different channels are used to deliver the message depending upon the communication type or context. For instance, in mass communication, the channel utilized might be a television or radio broadcast. Or it also can be provided by
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