Barriers to Communication
Barriers
Any obstacles or difficulties that come in the way of
communication. They may be physical, psychological,
mechani...
Types of Barriers
 Physical Barriers
 Psychological Barriers
 Self Image
 Resistance To Change
 Defensiveness and Fea...
Physical Barriers
i. The
competing
stimulus
ii. Environm
ental stress
iii. Ignorance
of the
medium
Psychological Barriers
Self Image
Resistance to Change
“The risk of being changed is one of the most frightening
prospects one of us can face” (Carl Rogers).
Defensiveness and Fear
Language and Meaning
Linguistic and Cultural Barriers
Mechanical Barriers
Psychological factors
• Attitude & Values
• Past experiences
• Source incredibility
• Abstraction
• Filtration
• Resistanc...
Overcoming Communication
barriers
listening
Open-Mindedness
Clarity
Develop emotional stability
Receive feedback
Selection...
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  1. 1. Barriers to Communication
  2. 2. Barriers Any obstacles or difficulties that come in the way of communication. They may be physical, psychological, mechanical, cultural or linguistic in nature.
  3. 3. Types of Barriers  Physical Barriers  Psychological Barriers  Self Image  Resistance To Change  Defensiveness and Fear  Linguistic and Cultural Barriers  Mechanical Barriers  Language and Meaning (semantic noise)
  4. 4. Physical Barriers i. The competing stimulus ii. Environm ental stress iii. Ignorance of the medium
  5. 5. Psychological Barriers
  6. 6. Self Image
  7. 7. Resistance to Change “The risk of being changed is one of the most frightening prospects one of us can face” (Carl Rogers).
  8. 8. Defensiveness and Fear
  9. 9. Language and Meaning
  10. 10. Linguistic and Cultural Barriers
  11. 11. Mechanical Barriers
  12. 12. Psychological factors • Attitude & Values • Past experiences • Source incredibility • Abstraction • Filtration • Resistance to change
  13. 13. Overcoming Communication barriers listening Open-Mindedness Clarity Develop emotional stability Receive feedback Selection of proper channel Build credibility Avoid fear Understanding audience Convey message through simple word

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