The process of having the receiver take a set of symbols the message and

The process of having the receiver take a set of

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49.The process of having the receiver take a set of symbols, the message, and transforming them back to an idea during the communication process is referred to as _________. A. decodingB. encodingC. integratingD. back translationE. transformation50.After watching a 30-second commercial from Jarrod's fine jewelry, Mariah was certain the broach she saw would look spectacular on her new evening dress. In terms of the communication process, Mariah engaged in the task of _________. 51.After watching the 30-minute infomercial on Oxy-Clean featuring the late Billy Mays, Sarah was certain the cleaning product would remove the grape juice stain from her white carpet. In terms of the communication process, Sarah was a(n) _________. 52.Errors in communication can occur in several ways: (1) the source may not adequately transform the abstract idea into an effective set of symbols; (2) a properly encoded message may be sent through the wrong channel and never make it to the receiver; (3) the receiver may not properly transform the set of symbols into the correct abstract idea; or (4) _________. A. the communications channel is not properly developedB. there is no interest on the part of the receiverC. feedback may be so delayed or distorted that it is of no use to the senderD. the message is considered too ordinary because there is too much field of experienceE. the encoder is inexperienced, resulting in too much noise
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53.Errors in communication can occur in several ways: (1) the source may not adequately transform the abstract idea into an effective set of symbols; (2) a properly encoded message may be sent through the wrong channel and never make it to the receiver; (3) ___________; or (4) feedback may be so delayed or distorted that it is of no use to the sender. 54.Errors in communication can occur in several ways: (1) the source may not adequately transform the abstract idea into an effective set of symbols, (2) _________, (3) the receiver may not properly transform the set of symbols into the correct abstract idea, or (4) feedback may be so delayed or distorted that it is of no use to the sender. A. in an attempt to be creative, the encoder creates a message with too much noiseB. the communications channel is not properly fundedC. the message is considered too ordinary; there is too much field of experienceD. a properly encoded message may be sent through the wrong channel and never make it to the receiverE. there is no interest on the part of the receiver because the product itself is inadequateFigure 18-1
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