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Types of Communication

Barbo ,Belaro, Lee

What is communication?  is the process of creating shared meaning. . communication involves forming and transmitting messages to achieve mutual understanding or to incite action. At its core.

3 Types of Communication .

Intrapersonal communication .

.Intrapersonal Communication  Type of communication we engage in when we talk to ourselves. and possible consequences of our actions.  Takes place subconsciously  Similar to thinking aloud  “TALKING TO OURSELVES”  Example: Rehearsing of what you are going to say before telling your adviser the reason why you were not able to attend the officers’ forum.strategies.  Rarely occurs but it happens in our heads as we think through our choices .

Interpersonal Communication .

 The target person is a familiar person to us .Interpersonal Communication  Most common type of communication  To convey a message to another person.  It also includes dyadic communication and small group communication  In dyadic exchange . person –to-person interaction.”.  Participants are engaged directly .Brooks and Health (1989) .2 persons communicate directly with each other  Small group communication consists of three or more persons  “the essential element in both types of interpersonal communication is direct.

 The more personal we interact with someone. .the ability communicate effectively. INTERPERSONAL COMPETENCE. the more ‘interpersonal’ is our relationship with them.  Developing effective interpersonal skills and relationships is a process that begins when we are born and we continue to develop as we grow older.

we choose to speak to  What.the content of the communication  May be verbal or non-verbal  Who. feel of environment .actions. or situational manipulational  Channels   medium which a message travels Noise  any interference that may affect how the people will send or receive the message  Environment. sound. olfactory.The Essential Elements of Interpersonal  Communication People  the senders and receivers of communication messages  Messages  . psychological states. facial expressions  Can be auditory. tactile. smell. visual. topic. and intellectual ability.  Sight. words . gustatory. physical discomfort.

situational. Feedback  information received in exchange for messages we sent  It is an evaluation – “ How we are coming across”  Content  the environment. or cultural setting  Effect  the result ..

WHY WE COMMUNICATE INTERPERSONALLY  PSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS  Presents us with self-other discovery and understanding  SOCIAL FUNCTIONS We are able to develop meaningful relationship with others  INFORMATION FUNCTION sharing of information and reduce amount of uncertainty satisfy desire for knowledge  INFLUENCE FUNCTIONS our need to gain compliance is met .

Public Communication .

 Mass communication  -extremely large audience mediated by audio and/or visual means. .  -example: when the president delivers the SONA to an audience in congress.  There are two forms: public speaking and mass communication  Public speaking is a sustained formal presentation  -the audience primarily to function as receivers and responders  -a prepared speech is appreciated if delivered orally.Public Communication  Communication situation where a speaker delivers a message before an audience.

1 Developing Transferable Skills Gained in a Public speaking course .Public Speaking is a life skill  Table1.

The power of public speaking  “Public”:  -In classes  -In the workplace  -In communities  -At social events  -Online .

Key issues for today’s public speaker:  -Ethics  -Critical thinking  -Transparency  -Cultural awareness  -Using presentation software .

Broadcasting the news on air. The president delivering the SONA. Talking with your father about your crush.Activity  Below are some communication situation or speech event. 5. 3. Chatting via internet 2. 4. Identify the types of communication that take place. . 1. Getting information from a clerk in the Registrar’s Office.

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