TYPES OF COMMUNICATIONPandya chaula k.Roll no=15Paper=404mass communication and mass mediaSem=4Department of English
WHAT IS COMMUNICATION?INTRAPERSONAL COMMUNICATION MASS COMMUNICATIONCommunicate with yourself. MASS LINE COMMUNICATIONIntrapersonal communication is themost basic level of communication.You must understand who you areand what you think of yourself.
INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION Interpersonal communication deals with relationships between people, usually in face-to- face private settings. Interpersonal communication is the primary way relationships are created, maintained, and changed Functions of Interpersonal Communication Four Principles of Interpersonal Communication
GROUP COMMUNICATION Group communication refers to communication between 3 or more individuals. Small group communication includes numbers from 3 to about 20 people, and large group communication includes numbers larger than that
Group CommunicationGroup: Three or more individuals who interact over time, depend oneach other, and follow shared rules of conduct in order to reach acommon goal.Team: Special type of group characterized by different andcomplementary resources of members and a strong sense ofcollective identity.
PURPOSE OF GROUP COMMUNICATION To solve a problem which is of concern to the organization as a whole To discuss the issues related to a particular topic in relation to the group itself or for the benefit of a larger audience To elaborate upon any work undertaken or research done in order to elicit feedback
GROUP DISCUSSIONGroup discussions are widely used in many organizations for decision making and problem solving. TWO CATEGORIES OF GROUP DISCUSSION Organizational Group DiscussionsGROUP DISCUSSION AS A PART OF SELECTION PROCESS Group discussion have become an integral part of most selection processes today Characteristics of Group Discussion MEETINGS INFORMAL PURPOSES DECISION-MAKING PURPOSES
Group CommunicationStrengths: Limitations:Greater Resource Time ConstraintsMore Thorough Conformity PressuresGreater Creativity (Groupthink)GreaterCommitment