Presentation on theme: "Types of communication Intrapersonal communication Communicating with oneself. Sending and receiving messages within oneself. Some examples of intrapersonal."— Presentation transcript:
Intrapersonal communication Communicating with oneself. Sending and receiving messages within oneself. Some examples of intrapersonal (internal) conflicts are: A person who is dieting being offered a big piece of cake may have an intrapersonal conflict as to eat the cake or stay on the diet. A person who has promised to keep a secret may experience a conflict between keeping the secret or telling it to someone.
Nonverbal communication Nonverbal communication is the process of communication through sending and receiving wordless (mostly visual) cues between people. our facial expressions, gestures, eye contact, posture, and tone of voice
Interpersonal communication communication that takes place between two people. It is an exchange of information between two or more people. During interpersonal communication there is message sending and message receiving.
Small Group/organizational communication Communication that takes place between more than two members. Group members usually communicate equally
Groups of between 3 and 20 individuals generally work in a context that is both relational and social. Quality communication such as helping behaviors and information- sharing causes groups to be superior to the average individual in terms of the quality of decisions and effectiveness of decisions made or actions taken, such as working in teams.
Public/ presentational communication Public communication (Presentational communicational) occurs when a speaker addresses a gathering of other people (an audience) to inform, persuade or entertain.
The gathering is too large usually for all members to communicate equally. These are the purposes of using public or presentational communication: To inform To educate To entertain
Communication to inform To inform the public about any new technique, New procedures, or some new regulations in an Institution or company.
Communication to educate To lecture at a university or to educate a group of people about any subject, such as health issues.
Communication to persuade Communicators try to convince other people to change their attitude or behaviors regarding an issue through the transmission of a massage in an atmosphere of free choice.
To persuade people to alien with your views, or vote for you.
To try to persuade some people to buy a new product.
To attend a play is one kind of public communication for entertaining purposes as a group of actors act a play on a stage in front of an audience. The same as listening to a concert Also is some kind of public communication for entertaining purposes where the audience watch but don’t give any feedback.
Three basic main sections of good speeches Introduction Body of speech Conclusion
Mass communication A message to a large number of audiences using technology is known as mass communication. Mass media helps in connecting people and brings the globe into our glance...
Mass communication Consists of messages that are transmitted in large quantities to several people at one time Transmitted through several sources: electronic, print, television, radio, magazines, etc. No personal contact between sender and receiver
The following are the many types of Mass Media: - Television - Radio - Personal web page - Message Boards - Newspapers - Internet - Magazines
Mass Communication has a lot of goals and aims... One can learn and teach by using different kinds of media One can communicate with other people around the world to help them or to ask for help. Social media is also used to promote business and advertise goods and services in a way that conventional, sales and marketing couldn't.
Intercultural communication Communication between people who have different cultural backgrounds:
Areas in which these differences may occur = 1) Language 2) Race 3) Food & dress 4) Religion 5) Ceremonies 6) Traditions and customs