SCCA1013 INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION GROUP E INDUVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT 1 NAME: MUHAMMAD AL FIKRI BIN SYAMSUL MATRIC NO: 265105 LECTURER’S NAME: MARZURA BINTI IBRAHIM SUBMISSION DATE: 28 MARCH 2020
Introduction Communication literally implies knowledge being transmitted from one location, individual or community to another. At least one source, a message and a recipient shall be included with any correspondence. It that sound easy, but communication is a rather complicated topic in fact. As this concept indicates, contact is more than just knowledge transmission. The term needs a effective aspect in distributing or distributing a message, be it knowledge, ideas or feelings. Therefore, a correspondence consists of three parts: the writer, the message and the receiver. The sender "tags" the response typically in a combination of terms and nonverbally. This is transmitted in one direction as example in language or in writing and 'decodes' by the receiver. Clearly there can be more than one receiver and contact ambiguity ensures that anyone will get a somewhat different response. In the use of words and / or body expression, two individuals will say quite different items. None of them might even have the same interpretation as the sender. The position of the sender and the receiver is not distinct in face-to-face contact. Both functions move between two persons chatting back and forth. Also though very slight, eye contact (or a lack of) and overall body expression, both sides interact with each other. However, the sender and the recipient become more distinct in written correspondence. The functions of communication are also importants because function of communication in an organization are to inform, persuade, and motivate. Employees need to have effective organizational communication in order to achieve excellent job performance. Here is some function of communication and their importance and roles to the society.
The function of Communication and their Roles to the Society
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