How communication takes place?
Communication takes place in many ways in the modern age. Much communication takes place via electronics and social media, but the best communication is still physical and verbal.
Examine critically the salient features of the definition of mass communication that set it apart from other forms of communications?
1.Internal communication denotes a type of communication within the organisation. This is also known as inter-communication. When the inter-communication takes place between the employees of the same department, it is called inter-departmental communication and when it takes place between the employees of different departments of the same organisation, it is called infra-departmental communication. The internal communications, includes letters, memos, notices, instructions and orders. 2.The communication between the organisation and the outsiders is called external communication…
The communication process is as follows: * a message is conceived and the medium(the means by which it will be sent)and the content of the message is thought of. * The message travels through a medium to the receiver * The receiver receives the message * The receiver replies to the message (feedback) After these steps are carried out then communication takes place.
Traditional communication took place face-to-face, on the telephone, and through "snail" mail. It was not instantaneous usually. Though those modes are still used, modern communication is more instantaneous and takes place in emails, instant messengers, text messages, on social sites, in conference calls, and other features on the Internet.
Speaking. What is said. The way it is said. The listener. The environment in place. (Coworker, boss, spouse, child. These are all separate environments and require separate communication structures) The actions of the speaker before, during and after communication takes place. The ability of the receiver to understand what is said. Essentially: Language, body language, listening, and understanding.