Dyadic communication occurs when two people are conversing directly to one another. It is a form of interpersonal communication that refers to the quantitative quality of a communicative relationship between two people. More »

The principles to effective communication are process, content and context. This process is complex and nuanced involving items such as a sender, receiver, a message, channel and finally feedback. The goal of all communi... More »

Interpersonal communication refers to communication and the transference of information between two people. There are many examples of interpersonal communication, between a boss and employee, wife and husband, and mothe... More »

The difference between communication devices and communication media is the different roles each play in regard to data in the communication process. Communication media is the means, technology or channel of delivering ... More »

Group communication refers to the interactions among individuals in communal settings, and it may involve the exchange of verbal and nonverbal communication. Group communication is generally as effective as those involve... More »

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Modern communication allows people to interact directly with people from all over the world, creating a more global society. Web cameras allow people to have face-to-face conversations with people no matter their locatio... More »

Formal communication is communication that takes place in a company in a vertical manner from management to employees or from employees to management, or it may be in a horizontal manner with workers at the same level. I... More »

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