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Communicating 1 Ways of communication Kristina Snyder Interpersonal Communication: Com 200 Thomas Westover June 27, 2010
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Communicating 2 There are many ways to communicate. The basic ways of communicating is through non- verbal/verbal communication, listening, perception and self-concept. Everyday these types of communication are used, whether it’s through work or at home. All of the ways of communicating is interpersonal communication. Communication is a process and it starts with the sender and ends with the receiver.
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Communicating 3 Many people communicate in many different ways. In communicating, there are basic principles of communicating. The basic principle of communicating includes encoding, conveying the message, decoding and feedback. Encoding means deciding what the sender is going to say upon what they believe about the receiver’s knowledge, the sender may add more information that they feel is right to add in. The sender can visualize the receiver’s message and get a clearer picture of what they believe is trying to be said. Second, the sender conveys a message or also known as transmitting, which means, getting the message out, either through oral, written or visual communication. These can be done through letters, telephone, or orally, which if done orally, if there is a problem, than it can be cleared up a lot quicker. The sender has to decide which way is best to communicate to the receiver so that communication is not misunderstood. The third step is to decode. Decoding means that after the message is sent, the receiver has to decode the message and interprets what the sender is saying to them with the message. The last step in communicating is feedback. Feedback will let the other person know that you are listening and it will trigger a response from the receiver or sender. Feedback is what helps the other to correct a message that may have been misunderstood. Many people now days, communicate through non-verbal and verbal communication. Non-
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