The transactional model of communication positions both communicators as senders and receivers who encode their own messages and decode others' messages in the context of both communicators' individual and shared experie... 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 »

The linear model of communication is an early conceptual model that describes the process of information being transferred in one direction only, from the sender to the receiver. The model applies to mass communication, ... More »

Mass communication is typically categorized as messages delivered through broadcast, print and digital media. News organizations use television and radio stations, newspapers, and websites to disseminate news and informa... More »

Traditional communication involves using basic local resources, such as poems, storytelling, singing, dancing and games, to convey realistic messages that citizens can relate to. Traditional communication serves the purp... More »

Communication skills is an umbrella term covering several specific types of skills involved in receiving messages and effectively delivering them to others. Primary skills that involve communication include listening, ar... More »

Common nonverbal communication in England is a handshake to greet someone, kissing or hugging to greet a very close loved one, provide adequate personal space and not staring at others as they see it as rude. The peace s... More »