Transmission Model Of Communication<br />An in-depth analysis of <br />Shannon and Weaver’s Model <br />Approach to Commun...
Table of Contents <br />Introduction to the Transmission Model of Communication.<br />Sender<br />Encoding<br />Message<br...
Introduction to the Transmission Model of Communication<br />	One very important aspect about communicationis that it is i...
            Sender<br />The Sender holds the source of the message and is accountable for the success or failure in commun...
     Encoding <br />Encoding  is the procedure where the source takes the idea and applies symbols that can be verbal or n...
Message<br />The Message is what the <br />sender wants the audience<br />to know and is the actual <br />content. <br />S...
Channel<br />Messages must pass through a medium called Channel. The Channels of communication consist of sight, sound, to...
Receiver <br />The Receiver is the audience of the message. <br />There could be a primary audience, who the message is fo...
Decoding<br />Decoding is the skill of translating the message into symbols. <br />It is difficult to understand the messa...
Feedback<br />Feedback is the information<br />that is sent back. <br />Feedback can tell the Sender<br />how you have dec...
Noise<br />Noise can happen at any time during communication.<br />It also disrupts or distorts the process.<br />It could...
Conclusion to the Transmission Model of Communication<br />	We must remember, “Communication effectiveness depends on the ...
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  1. 1. Transmission Model Of Communication<br />An in-depth analysis of <br />Shannon and Weaver’s Model <br />Approach to Communication. <br />Created By: Trdat Bekyan<br />
  2. 2. Table of Contents <br />Introduction to the Transmission Model of Communication.<br />Sender<br />Encoding<br />Message<br />Channel<br />Receiver<br />Decoding<br />Feedback<br />Noise<br />Conclusion to the Transmission Model of Communication.<br />The End<br />
  3. 3. Introduction to the Transmission Model of Communication<br /> One very important aspect about communicationis that it is impossible not to communicate! Communication is all about sending and receiving messages that can be altered by noise and given feedback. <br />A message starts at an information basis which is transmitted and sent to a receiver. During this time, the message can interfere with noises, and finally be given back with feedback. <br />
  4. 4. Sender<br />The Sender holds the source of the message and is accountable for the success or failure in communicating. <br />The Sender has more control of the act than the receiver. <br />
  5. 5. Encoding <br />Encoding is the procedure where the source takes the idea and applies symbols that can be verbal or nonverbal to send which correspond to the idea.<br />Culture, gender, expectations, language, etc. can all play a huge part in the procedure of encoding.<br />
  6. 6. Message<br />The Message is what the <br />sender wants the audience<br />to know and is the actual <br />content. <br />Sentence structure, spelling,<br />grammar, etc., are all aspects<br />of a message.<br />
  7. 7. Channel<br />Messages must pass through a medium called Channel. The Channels of communication consist of sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell.<br />Channels can affect communication greatly and must be chosen carefully.<br />Writing a letter, sending flowers, or talking to a person are all different mediums. <br />
  8. 8. Receiver <br />The Receiver is the audience of the message. <br />There could be a primary audience, who the message is for, or secondary audience, surrounding people who see/hear the communication.<br />
  9. 9. Decoding<br />Decoding is the skill of translating the message into symbols. <br />It is difficult to understand the message exactly the same way the sender sent it because they are not identical. We can only wish it comes as close. <br />Culture, gender, expectations, language, etc. that all affected encoding, can also affect decoding. <br />
  10. 10. Feedback<br />Feedback is the information<br />that is sent back. <br />Feedback can tell the Sender<br />how you have decoded it by<br />the way you respond to it. <br />
  11. 11. Noise<br />Noise can happen at any time during communication.<br />It also disrupts or distorts the process.<br />It could be physical or psychological. <br />
  12. 12. Conclusion to the Transmission Model of Communication<br /> We must remember, “Communication effectiveness depends on the successful integration of all the parts of the process.”<br />
  13. 13. Created By: Trdat Bekyan<br />
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