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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.
Physiological-Impairment Noise: Physical maladies that prevent effective communication, such as actual deafness or blindness preventing messages from being received as they were intended. Semantic Noise: Different interpretations of the meanings of certain words. For example, the word "weed" can be interpreted as an undesirable plant in a yard, or as a euphemism for marijuana. Syntactical Noise: Mistakes in grammar can disrupt communication, such as abrupt changes in verb tense during a sentence.
Encoding is the process of converting the message into codes compatible with the channel and understandable for the receiver. Decoding is the process of changing the encoded message into understandable language by the receiver.
Message is the information sent by the sender to the receiver. Channel is the medium through which the message is sent. Receiver is the person who gets the message after decoding.
Noise is the disruptions that are caused in the communication process in channel or in understandability of the message.
The model was made to establish a propaganda. Learn more about, Aristotle Model of Communication. Shannon Weaver Model The Shannon Weaver Model of Communication is a mathematical model used for technical communication or machine communication like telegraph and telephone. Learn more about Shannon Weaver Model of Communication.
Shannon and Weaver argued that there were three levels of problems for communication within this theory. The technical problem: how accurately can the message be transmitted?
The effectiveness problem: how effectively does the received meaning affect behavior? No allowance for differing purposes.
No allowance for differing interpretations. No allowance for unequal power relations. No allowance for situational contexts. David Berlo.
The Sender-Message-Channel-Receiver Model of communication separated the model into clear parts and has been expanded upon by other scholars. Wilbur Schramm also indicated that we should also examine the impact that a message has both desired and undesired on the target of the message.
Between parties, communication includes acts that confer knowledge and experiences, give advice and commands, and ask questions. These acts may take many forms, in one of the various manners of communication. The form depends on the abilities of the group communicating. In light of these weaknesses, Barnlund proposed a transactional model of communication. The basic premise of the transactional model of communication is that individuals are simultaneously engaging in the sending and receiving of messages.
This second attitude of communication, referred to as the constitutive model or constructionist view, focuses on how an individual communicates as the determining factor of the way the message will be interpreted. Communication is viewed as a conduit; a passage in which information travels from one individual to another and this information becomes separate from the communication itself.
The sender's personal filters and the receiver's personal filters may vary depending upon different regional traditions, cultures, or gender; which may alter the intended meaning of message contents.
In the presence of "communication noise" on the transmission channel air, in this case , reception and decoding of content may be faulty, and thus the speech act may not achieve the desired effect.
Although something like code books is implied by the model, they are nowhere represented in the model, which creates many conceptual difficulties. Papyrus is what he called 'Space Binding'.
The other is stone and 'Time Binding', through the construction of temples and the pyramids can sustain their authority generation to generation, through this media they can change and shape communication in their society Wark, McKenzie 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. 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.