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  • 1. Communication Process
    • The act by one or more individuals of transferring or
    receiving messages, information, opinions or thoughts
    by several methods.
    • Requires a sender, a message, means of transferring
    the message and an intended recipient.
    • Message needs to provide some opportunity for
    feedback or response.
  • 2. Sender
    • Something or someone
    that has some information
    they want someone else to
    know.
  • 3. Encoding
    • The process by which the sender selects to send his or her message.
  • Message
    • A communication passed by
    the sender containing some
    Information.
  • 4. Channel
    • How the message will
    be passed.
  • 5. Receiver
    • A person or a thing that
    collects or gains information from the sender.
    • They have the responsibility to provide feedback.
  • Decoding
    • The process in which the
    receiver translates the message
    into codewords he or she will
    understand.
  • 6. Feedback
    • The response by the receiver
    that determines the effectiveness
    of the message.
    • Lets the sender now how well the
    message was decoded.
  • 7. Noise
    • Anything that interferes with
    a message being transmitted
    from a sender to the receiver.
  • 8. Sender
    Transmission Model of Communication
    Encodes
    Message
    Noise
    Channel
    Feedback
    Receiver
    Decodes
    Message