Chapter 1 - Chapter 1 Introduction to Communication Why is...

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Chapter 1: Introduction to Communication Why is it useful to study communication? What does communication do ? Important careers such as law, sales, and teaching require strong communication skills. It is essential to your work no matter what job. You'll need to know how to build good climates and manage conflict constructively in work teams to advance in your career. These skills are vital to personal and professional well-being and to the health of our society. Communication also helps personal relationships and help for positions because they are so important during work interviews and a large aspect of being a good worker. Describe the linear, interactive, and transactive models of communication. What are the differences between the models? Which is the oldest? Most recent? Linear Model: one-way process in which one person acts on another person; suggests that a process is only a sender or receiver and that receivers passively absorb senders messages. Interactive
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