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Communication Model

A diagram of human interaction

David Cone

on 30 August 2013

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Transcript of Communication Model

1. Sender
2. Message
3. Receiver
4. Feedback
6. Channel
6. Channel
7. Context
7. Context
5. Interference/Noise
5. Interference/Noise
5. Interference/Noise
the person who begins the communication
5. Interference/Noise
what is being communicated
can be both verbal or nonverbal
the person getting the message
Sends Feedback
the response to the message
Can be verbal or nonverbal
how the message is being sent
the setting or environment in which the communication takes place
anything that prevents effective communication from happening
External Distractions –
anything outside of your body that interferes with communication
Internal Distractions
anything inside of your body that interferes with communication
Personal Biases
being close-minded toward certain people or subjects (prejudice)
pretending to listen when you really are not
The Communication Model
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