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1. Communication Models and. Theories. Simplest model of communication reflects the work of Shannon and Weaver. Model consists of a sender, a message . The Communication Model. Once a message has been encoded, the next level in the communication process is to transmit or communicate the message to a. Group Communication. Mass Communication. Models of Communication. Communication Process. Barriers in Communication.


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basic models of communication, Aristotle's model and Laswell' model of understand the process of communication different models are interpreted. A model is. The word communication has a long and rich history. Since the beginning of time, the need to communicate has been a part of man's inherent being. PDF | Communication is a vital part of our life as human beings. This review paper is spotting light on the current models and provides an.

Psychology of communication. Bernard Luskin, UCLA, , advanced computer assisted instruction and began to connect media and psychology into what is now the field of media psychology.

In , the American Association of Psychology, Media Psychology Division 46 Task Force report on psychology and new technologies combined media and communication as pictures, graphics and sound increasingly dominate modern communication.

Constructionist Model. There is an additional working definition of communication to consider that authors like Richard A. Lanham and as far back as Erving Goffman have highlighted. Constructionists believe that the process of communication is in itself the only messages that exist.

The packaging can not be separated from the social and historical context from which it arose, therefore the substance to look at in communication theory is style for Richard Lanham and the performance of self for Erving Goffman.

CBS model argues that clarity, brevity, and sincerity are the only purpose to prose discourse, therefore communication.

This is saying that rhetoric and style are fundamentally important; they are not errors to what we actually intend to transmit. The process which we construct and deconstruct meaning deserves analysis. Erving Goffman sees the performance of self as the most important frame to understand communication.

The truth in both cases is the articulation of the message and the package as one.

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The construction of the message from social and historical context is the seed as is the pre-existing message is for the transmission model. Communication Model Terms as provided by Rothwell Noise ; interference with effective transmission and reception of a message. Sender ; the initiator and encoder of a message.

Receiver ; the one that receives the message the listener and the decoder of a message. Channel ; the medium through which the message travels such as through oral communication radio, television, phone, in person or written communication letters, email, text messages Feedback ; the receivers verbal and nonverbal responses to a message such as a nod for understanding nonverbal , a raised eyebrow for being confused nonverbal , or asking a question to clarify the message verbal.

Message ; the verbal and nonverbal components of language that is sent to the receiver by the sender which conveys an idea.

Types of communication model

Linear Model. It is a one way model to communicate with others. It consists of the sender encoding a message and channeling it to the receiver in the presence of noise.

Draw backs — the linear model assumes that there is a clear cut beginning and end to communication. It also displays no feedback from the receiver. For example; a letter, email, text message, lecture.

Interactive Model. It is two linear models stacked on top of each other. The sender channels a message to the receiver and the receiver then becomes the sender and channels a message to the original sender.

This model has added feedback, indicates that communication is not a one way but a two way process. Draw backs — there is feedback but it is not simultaneous. For example — instant messaging.

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The sender sends an IM to the receiver, then the original sender has to wait for the IM from the original receiver to react.

Transactional Model. It assumes that people are connected through communication; they engage in transaction.

Theories and Models of Communication

Firstly, it recognizes that each of us is a sender-receiver, not merely a sender or a receiver. Secondly, it recognizes that communication affects all parties involved. This is how most conversation are like. The transactional model also contains ellipses that symbolize the communication environment how you interpret the data that you are given.

Where the ellipses meet is the most effect communication area because both communicators share the same meaning of the message. While your friend is talking you are constantly giving them feedback on what you think through your facial expression verbal feedback without necessarily stopping your friend from talking.

Communication cycle. The sender was the part of a telephone a person spoke into, the channel was the telephone itself, and the receiver was the part of the phone where one could hear the other person.

Shannon and Weaver also recognized that often there is static that interferes with one listening to a telephone conversation, which they deemed noise. In a simple model, often referred to as the transmission model or standard view of communication, information or content e.

This common conception of communication simply views communication as a means of sending and receiving information. An information source, which produces a message. A transmitter, which encodes the message into signals. A channel, to which signals are adapted for transmission. A receiver, which 'decodes' reconstructs the message from the signal.

A destination, where the message arrives. The semantic problem: Daniel Chandler critiques the transmission model by stating: The truth in both cases is the articulation of the message and the package as one. The construction of the message from social and historical context is the seed as is the pre-existing message is for the transmission model.

Communication Model Terms as provided by Rothwell : Noise; interference with effective transmission and reception of a message. Sender; the initiator and encoder of a message. Receiver; the one that receives the message the listener and the decoder of a message. Channel; the medium through which the message travels such as through oral communication radio, television, phone, in person or written communication letters, email, text messages Feedback; the receivers verbal and nonverbal responses to a message such as a nod for understanding nonverbal , a raised eyebrow for being confused nonverbal , or asking a question to clarify the message verbal.

Message; the verbal and nonverbal components of language that is sent to the receiver by the sender which conveys an idea. Linear Model. It is a one way model to communicate with others. It consists of the sender encoding a message and channeling it to the receiver in the presence of noise. Draw backs — the linear model assumes that there is a clear cut beginning and end to communication. It also displays no feedback from the receiver. For example; a letter, email, text message, lecture.

Interactive Model. It is two linear models stacked on top of each other.

The sender channels a message to the receiver and the receiver then becomes the sender and channels a message to the original sender. This model has added feedback, indicates that communication is not a one way but a two way process. Draw backs — there is feedback but it is not simultaneous. For example — instant messaging.

The sender sends an IM to the receiver, then the original sender has to wait for the IM from the original receiver to react. Transactional Model. It assumes that people are connected through communication; they engage in transaction. Firstly, it recognizes that each of us is a sender-receiver, not merely a sender or a receiver.

Secondly, it recognizes that communication affects all parties involved. This is how most conversation are like.

The transactional model also contains ellipses that symbolize the communication environment how you interpret the data that you are given. Where the ellipses meet is the most effect communication area because both communicators share the same meaning of the message. While your friend is talking you are constantly giving them feedback on what you think through your facial expression verbal feedback without necessarily stopping your friend from talking.

Communication cycle. Their initial model consisted of three primary parts: sender, channel, and receiver. The sender was the part of a telephone a person spoke into, the channel was the telephone itself, and the receiver was the part of the phone where one could hear the other person. Shannon and Weaver also recognized that often there is static that interferes with one listening to a telephone conversation, which they deemed noise. In a simple model, often referred to as the transmission model or standard view of communication, information or content e.

This common conception of communication simply views communication as a means of sending and receiving information.

Social scientists Claude Shannon and Warren Weaver structured this model based on the following elements: An information source, which produces a message. A transmitter, which encodes the message into signals.

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A channel, to which signals are adapted for transmission. A receiver, which 'decodes' reconstructs the message from the signal. A destination, where the message arrives. The semantic problem: how precisely is the meaning 'conveyed'? Daniel Chandler critiques the transmission model by stating: It assumes communicators are isolated individuals. Communication noise.The initial model consisted of four primary parts: sender , message , channel , and receiver.

Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Co. Thus Margaret Mead Draw backs — the linear model assumes that there is a clear cut beginning and end to communication. It consists of the sender encoding a message and channeling it to the receiver in the presence of noise. No notes for slide. This model has added feedback, indicates that communication is not a one way but a two way process. Reference by codex custom is to volume and paragraph number s with a period in between. There are two fundamental ways to code such meanings: It assumes that people are connected through communication; they engage in transaction.

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