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Communication

  1. 1. Rebeca Laura Serna Avilés A01019190 María del Carmen Esperanza English Fecha de entrega:22/01/12 Titulo del Trabajo Vocabulary words 1. Communication: a interchange of thoughts ,opinions, or information by speech, writing or with signs. 2. Context:the parts of a written or spoken statement that precede or follow a specific word or passage,usually influencing its meaning or effect. 3. Generation:a grup of individuals,most of them are the same age and have similar ideas ,problems or attitudes. 4. Group communication: is the procces of exchanging ideas between 3 or more persons who are part of a given group. 5. Interpersonal communication:is the process that wich people interchange verbal and no verbal messages. 6. Mass communication: delivery of messages to general public by utilizing mass media usig the voice like in the radio. 7. Meaning: signification 8. Message:a communication containing some information, news, advice,requ est, or the like, sent by messenger, radio, telephone, orother means. 9. Multicultural:represents several cultures or cultural events 10.Nonverbal:message express with movements and witout words. 11.Public communication: delivery of messages to general public by utilizing mass media using the images in tv,internet videos etc. 12.Speech communication: the way to communicate in front of a public interchanging ideas. 13.Verbal:express with words or oral an idea. References: Non Verbal." Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com, n.d. Web. 20 Jan. 2013. What Is the Definition of Group Communication - Ask Community." What Is the Definition of Group Communication - Ask Community. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Jan. 2013. Farley, Audrey. "Definition of Public vs. Mass Communication." EHow. Demand Media, 02 July 2011. Web. 20 Jan. 2013.

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