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