DEFINE AND EXPLAIN PROCESS OF COMMUNICATION
Communication is a process where we share our feelings, thoughts, experience, ideas, suggestions, feedback etc. So before communicating with other person we usually think of how to speak, what to speak, when to speak, which channel I should adopt to communicate, how can I make it effective, how to respond to the feedbacks etc.
So process of communication is need not be same i.e. it’s not necessary to follow any persons definitions or explanation. It can be explained on the basis of our knowledge and belief. In process of communication receiver, message, sender, feedback are some of the important elements which has their own role and meaning.
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“Communication is transfer of information from one person to another, whether or not it elicits confidence. But the information transferred must be understandable to the receiver” – G.G. Brown.
“Communication is the intercourse by words, letters or messages”- Fred G. Meyer.
According to above definitions it is clear that in every instance of communication there should be a message which being transferred to the receiver. When comes to message it need not be a words having a particular language. So may be in the form of sign which can be understood by the receiver. The message is not meant for one person. So there should be two parties where one party act as a sender and other party act as a receiver.
In process of communication the understanding between two parties can give better result. Understanding is nothing but the one party usually receiver asking questions or clarifying his doubts on message which sent by sender. This will make the effective communication.
The end of process of communication is depends on the receiver because in case if receiver is not satisfied with message, he may keep on arguing on that particular issue with sender. So the process of arguments may lead to proper or effective communication or it may lead to ineffective communication. So whenever ideas generated by the sender, he should see that the idea are converted to message in such manner that it will gives you enough time to understand and good feedbacks from the another party i.e. receiver.
In a process of communication there are some elements which make the communication easier and systematic. For example: according to Herald D. Lasswell there are five elements or components of communication such as source, message, channel, receiver and effect.
So here the source is nothing but the sender or the person who wants to communicate with others. In order to deliver his thoughts or ideas he makes it as a message which he transfers to the receiver. So the message is received by the person for whom this message has been delivered.
So the receiver who analyze the messages and gives the feedback to the giver. So this is how the process of communication takes place.
In order to complete one process of communication there should be a two or more parties, at least one sender to send the message, the language to understand the message, at least one receiver to receive the message which is conveyed by sender.
If there is only one party, the process of communication is not possible. There should be a one more party to transfer or receive the message. Before transferring the message we should know about the idea or message because the message will be prepared depends on another party i.e. receiver. First we should consider the receiver, which group he belongs to, the position or status of that person, the needs of that person. So the message which being send by the sender should be useful to the other person either in the form of informative or knowledge....