[4]comm process - Decoding – transforming sender’s...

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communication process sender encoding/decoding message channel receiver feedback/noise field of experience
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Sender person or organization with information to share
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Encoding putting thoughts, ideas or information into symbolic form
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Message information or meaning the source hopes to convey
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Channel the way a message travels from sender to receiver personal non-personal
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Receiver/Decoding Receiver – people with whom sender shares thoughts or information
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Unformatted text preview: Decoding – transforming sender’s message back into thought. Field of Experience experiences, perceptions, attitudes and values brought to the communication situation Noise extraneous factors that can distort or interfere with messages Response/Feedback part of receiver’s response that’s communicated back to the sender....
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