Business_Comm - II Nature of Communication A.Process of...

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; II. Nature of Communication A.Process of Communication 1. Model of Communication EX.Sender sends a message or (encoding). .can be interpreteed by reciever (Decoding) "Noise" Is anything that interfers with a message. Or psychological noise. . thinking about something else. 2. Communication Contexts EX. Physical(where you are), Social(Realationship of person talking to), Chronological(Time of day), Cultural B.Principles Of commuications 1-5 1. Communicatio is unavoidable. 2. Communication is Irreversible 3. Communication is a process 4. Commuication is not a panacea "or a cure all or fix all." 5.Operates on 2 levels. Content(Words of what your saying) and relational(How you say it.) III. Ethical Communication A. Important B. Ehical Guidelines 1.Utilitarian Approach- If something will do the greaest good for the greater amount of people.
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2. Rights 3. Fairness/Justice approach-Is my action fair or injustice. Nepotism is when you speacial favors to a close friend or family member. Free from favortism and discremeniation 4. Coomn Good approach - Is behavior good for the Community 5. Virtue approach - Does my behavior promote good character. 6. Professional Ethic- How would my behavior be judged by a professioal jury of my peers. 7.Publicity Test- If you like your personal business public its ok. . but if you are uncomfortable with it then you should second think it. IV. Communication Networks
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