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The Communication Process

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Transcript of The Communication Process

The Communication Process
STIMULI
The
triggering event
of the process.
TRANSMISSION
The encoded message is sent
through a chosen channel
.

Most channels are either
oral or written
, but currently
visual channels
are now commonly used.

E.g. the telephone, memos, letters, and reports.
What is it?
The
sharing of information
between two or more people with the goal of the receiver understanding the sender's intended message.
Stimulus/ Stimuli
Ideation
Encoding
Transmission
Reception
Decoding
Understanding
Action
THE 8 STAGES OF
THE COMMUNICATION PROCESS
Communication is about stimulus-response
Short for "
Idea Generation
"

Formation of ideas
or messages to be communicated.
IDEATION
A message that is
transformed into an understandable sign
and symbol system.


E.g. Speaking, writing, printing, and filming a television program.
Your success in encoding
depends partly on your ability
to convey information clearly and simply.
ENCODING
NOTE:
The message sent by the sender,
reaches the receiver
.

Always keep in mind that
selecting the appropriate channel
will greatly assist in the effectiveness of the receiver's understanding.
RECEPTION
The receiver
begins to interpret the symbols
, translating the message
to their own set of experiences
in order to make the symbols meaningful.
DECODING
The interpreted
symbols become clear
and the receiver
now understands
the message of the sender.

A misunderstanding occurs when there is a
failure to understand
or interpret words or events correctly.
UNDERSTANDING
After receiving a message,
the receiver responds
in some way and signals that response to the sender.


Without feedback,
the sender cannot confirm
that the receiver has interpreted the message correctly.
ACTION
"Even a lack of response, is in a sense, a form of response"
(Bovee & Thill, 1992).
COMMUNICATION PROCESS FLOW
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