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Communication

Review for Communication Process and Levels of Communication

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True/False: To avoid confusion when speaking, one should use general words such as pretty, nice, and bad. False
True/False: Articulating clearly helps to avoid confusion when speaking. True
True/False: A good communicator should use an abundance of words so that the listener has a sufficient message to decode. False
The process of putting words together in phrases and sentences to represent feelings and ideas. Encoding
Interpreting words by sorting out ideas they create in our minds. Decoding
Anything that interferes with communication. Noise
The sum of all personal experiences each communicator brings to the communication exchange. Field Experience
An exchange of information that occurs anytime someone else sees or hears you. Communication
An environment in which communication takes place. Context
The communication that happens between you and yourself. Intrapersonal Communciation
Three or more people communicate usually to make a decision. Group Communication
Person or a group of people communicate with a large audience through a mass medium. Mass Communication
A person speaks in front of a group of people. Public Communication
Speaking one-on-one; speaker and listener change roles. Interpersonal Communication
Created by: howesmi
 

 



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