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Communication is the process of exchanging facts or ideas. There are eight basic elements of communication. They are source, message, encoding, channel, receiver, decoding and feedback. More »

A sender, a receiver, a channel, encoding and feedback are essential elements of the communication process. Effective communication is essential to business success and should be clear and relevant. More »

The seven basic elements of communication are sender, medium, channel, receiver, feedback, context and noise. The actual names of the elements may vary, but the meaning of the terms are the same. More »

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The seven basic elements of communication are sender, medium, channel, receiver, feedback, context and noise. The actual names of the elements may vary, but the meaning of the terms are the same. More »

The term model of communication refers to a conceptual model employed to explain the human communication process. The first model of communication was elaborated by Warren Weaver and Claude Elwood Shannon in 1949. More »