Evolution of communication

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Evolution of communication

  1. 1. EVOLUTION OFCOMMUNICATION
  2. 2. IMPORTANCE OFCOMMUNICATIONfacilitate exchange of ideasand thoughts
  3. 3. IMPORTANCE OFCOMMUNICATIONfacilitate exchange of ideasand thoughtsallows a person’s internalideas and thoughts tobe presented to anotherindividual or even a groupof audience
  4. 4. IMPORTANCE OFCOMMUNICATIONfacilitate exchange of ideas share an area ofand thoughts communicative commonalityallows a person’s internalideas and thoughts tobe presented to anotherindividual or even a groupof audience
  5. 5. EARLYCOMMUNICATION METHODS
  6. 6. EARLYCOMMUNICATIONMETHODSThe most well-known formof primitive communicationis cave paintings
  7. 7. EARLYCOMMUNICATIONMETHODSThe most well-known formof primitive communicationis cave paintingsStory telling was used to passon important information inthe days before the existenceof the written word
  8. 8. EARLYCOMMUNICATIONMETHODSThe most well-known form Drums and smoke signals wereof primitive communication also used by primitive manis cave paintingsStory telling was used to passon important information inthe days before the existenceof the written word
  9. 9. EARLYCOMMUNICATIONMETHODSThe most well-known form Drums and smoke signals wereof primitive communication also used by primitive manis cave paintingsStory telling was used to pass Hieroglyphics may be one of theon important information in first forms of communicationthe days before the existence used in 3200 BCof the written word
  10. 10. EARLYCOMMUNICATIONMETHODS
  11. 11. EARLYHANDWRITTEN BOOKS
  12. 12. EARLYHANDWRITTENBOOKSThe word “manuscript” isderived from the Latin term“libri manu scripti” whichtranslates to “book writtenby hand”
  13. 13. EARLYHANDWRITTENBOOKSThe word “manuscript” isderived from the Latin term“libri manu scripti” whichtranslates to “book writtenby hand”The majority of books anddocuments written were of areligious nature between the7th and 13th centuries
  14. 14. EARLYHANDWRITTENBOOKSThe word “manuscript” is In the 13th century, for thederived from the Latin term first time, secular books“libri manu scripti” which were produced for the saketranslates to “book written of spreading knowledge notby hand” relating to religionThe majority of books anddocuments written were of areligious nature between the7th and 13th centuries
  15. 15. 1,500-year-old handwrittenBible written on leather sheets
  16. 16. PRINTING PRESS
  17. 17. PRINTINGPRESS In 1448, a man namedJohannes Gutenbergrevolutionized the waybooks were made forever
  18. 18. PRINTINGPRESS In 1448, a man namedJohannes Gutenbergrevolutionized the waybooks were made foreverHe utilized movable typeusing blocks with pre-printed text
  19. 19. PRINTINGPRESS In 1448, a man named His most famous printingJohannes Gutenberg project- the printing of therevolutionized the way Gutenberg biblesbooks were made foreverHe utilized movable typeusing blocks with pre-printed text
  20. 20. POSTALSERVICE
  21. 21. POSTALSERVICEThe first United States PostOffice was created in 1775
  22. 22. POSTALSERVICEThe first United States PostOffice was created in 1775By 1828, the United Stateshad 7,800 post offices whichmade it the largest postalsystem in the world
  23. 23. POSTALSERVICEThe first United States Post Letter writing also gainedOffice was created in 1775 popularity as more Americans moved out west and wanted toBy 1828, the United States keep in touch with loved oneshad 7,800 post offices which back east. made it the largest postalsystem in the world
  24. 24. TELE-COMMUNICATION
  25. 25. TELE-COMMUNICATION Telecommunication involve the sending of electrostatically- generated signals through a wire.
  26. 26. WIRELESSCOMMUNICATION
  27. 27. WIRELESSCOMMUNICATIONIn 1973, and Dr. MartinCooper is credited withinventing the first portablehandset.
  28. 28. WIRELESSCOMMUNICATIONIn 1973, and Dr. MartinCooper is credited withinventing the first portablehandset.The original Internet wasinvented in 1967 for militarypurposes
  29. 29. WIRELESSCOMMUNICATIONIn 1973, and Dr. Martin Social media is a special classCooper is credited with of websites designed to meetinventing the first portable three specific criteria.handset.The original Internet wasinvented in 1967 for militarypurposes
  30. 30. “ Communication is notonly the essence of beinghuman, but also a vital property of life JOHN A PIECE

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