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Dance Model

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Meg Dacumos

on 12 May 2011

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Transcript of Dance Model

Dance's model emphasized the complexity off communication. He was interested in the evolutionary nature of the process of communication. Dance includes the concept of time. This model emphasizes time in that each act can be said to be built on the others that come before it. Dance's Model
(Helical-Spiral) A Helix is nothing but a smooth curve just like a spring which if it goes upwards, it also goes downwards. One good example; A newborn baby. Child (Day 1) communication evolves communication continues communication depends on past activities (current day) communication continues with modifications The Helical Model of communication understands communication in a broader perspective and considers almost all the activities of an individual from birth until present. It accumulates all the activities occurring in the complete span of an individual that affects the process of communication, which in turn goes forward and also depends on the past activities. “We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak.” -Epictetus
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