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Communication - Communication Theory Christina Martin HCS 320 Laurie Dorsey Communication is something that is important to everyone and all parts

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Communication Theory Christina Martin HCS 320 Laurie Dorsey Communication is something that is important to everyone and all parts of a person’s life. Communication can determine if a person will be successful in an organization or if they will have failure. Communication between people can be hard sometimes due to the different languages and different cultural beliefs, or even between different sexes such as a female and a male within different organizations and different health care situations. Many communication theories and the groupthink theory defined by Irving Janis in nineteen-seventies are based on
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members of the group agreeing with others in the group just to please the group. You get groupthink when you are in a group and all of you are trying to come to agreement in the decision while in the brainstorming process and the members of the group cannot come to a point where they can come up with any new ideas to add so this is the result in a poor decision. There are the communication issues with females and males because each expresses themselves in different ways. We have the females who like to talk a lot more than males and
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This note was uploaded on 10/30/2011 for the course M ,M . hgf343 taught by Professor None during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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Communication - Communication Theory Christina Martin HCS 320 Laurie Dorsey Communication is something that is important to everyone and all parts

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