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Does the key to effective communication lie in the sender, the receiver or the message?

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by Ben Tucker on 1 November 2012

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‘Communication is defined as the imparting or exchanging of information by speaking, writing or by using some other medium’ Does the key to effective communication lie in the sender, the receiver or the message? The sender The message The message itself is an independent object that is open to analysis without connection with the sender or receiver.
Physiological noise.
Physical noise.
Psychological noise.
Semantic noise The advocacy role.
The channel role.
The behavioural role.
(Westley and Maclean, 1957)
Aristotle 'We believe good men more fully and more readily than others… his character may almost be called the most effective means of persuasion he possesses.’
The Maletzke model (1963), the role of social environment. The receiver Understanding of the topic.
Intellectual level in comparison to the sender.
Uses and Gratifications (Blumler and Katz , 1974). Conclusion ? Benjamin Tucker.
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