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  1. 1. Communication is a process of exchanging thoughts, ideas, and opinions in order to connect with other people. It’s goal is to achieve a clear and effective understanding resulting to good relationships in the community.
  2. 2. Communication ,However, there are times when this goal is not reached due to certain factors. When this happens, there is communication breakdown.
  3. 3. Recognizing the barriers or obstacles to effective communication is important in order to avoid communication breakdown. Here are some of the barriers that may cause communication failure.
  4. 4. . Barriers to Communication Physical Barriers are the natural or environmental condition that act as a barrier in communication in sending the message from sender to receiver. Examples: 1. People talking too loud. 2. Noise from a construction site 3. Loud sound of a karaoke 4. Blaring of jeepney horns
  5. 5. Psychological Barriers are called as mental barriers. These refer to social and personal issues of a speaker towards communicating with others. Examples: 1. trauma 2. shyness, lack of confidence 3. depression 4. fear, stage fright
  6. 6. Cultural Barriers pertain to communication problems encountered by people regarding their intrinsic values, beliefs, and traditions in conflict with others. People’s culture affect the way they communicate and relate to others Examples: 1. different beliefs 2. traditions, and customs 3. manners of dressing 4. speaking
  7. 7. Linguistic Barriers pertain conflicts with regard to language and word meanings. Because words carry denotative and connotative meanings, they can sometimes cause confusion and misunderstanding. Meaning of words and symbols also vary depending on culture
  8. 8. Denotation means the literal definition of a word. To give an example, the denotation for blue is the color blue. For example: The girl was blue. You mean the girl was quite literally the color blue. One word can have a both a “denotation” and a “connotation”. These are called “figures of speech”. DENOTATION: The direct definition of the word that you find in the dictionary. CONNOTATION: The emotional suggestions of a word, that is not literal.
  9. 9. Denotation means the literal definition of a word. To give an example, the denotation for blue is the color blue. For example: The girl was blue. You mean the girl was quite literally the color blue. One word can have a both a “denotation” and a “connotation”. These are called “figures of speech”. DENOTATION: The direct definition of the word that you find in the dictionary. CONNOTATION: The emotional suggestions of a word, that is not literal.
  10. 10. Connotation is the use of a word to suggest a different association than its literal meaning, which is known as denotation. For example, blue is a color, but it is also a word used to describe a feeling of sadness, as in: “She's feeling blue.” Connotations can be either positive, negative, or neutral
  11. 11. Examples:  difference in language  accent and dialect  use of jargon and slang  speech defects or language impairments
  12. 12. Verderber (1991) gives a similar idea of barrier when he classifies noise into three kinds: External, Internal and Semantic noise.

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