Elememts of interpersonal communication (Messages (metamessages (feedback…
Elememts of interpersonal communication
Source - receiver
Source and recover means that while talking one person is the source and the other is the receiver, visa versa.
Listeners and receivers are often divided up in two groups of people: the Informers, and meformers.
Informers are people who listen and share information.
Reformers are ones that talk about themselves, and make the focus about themselves. They give out information about themselves.
Context is a place that encourages the use of certain communication, such as a library where people are expected to be quiet.
Physical contexts are physical areas like cities, houses, office buildings, schools ect...
Cultural context are the beliefs and value systems of a society that are articulated to others in that society, or religion group.
metamessages are basically messages about other messages. They use different words to further convey the meaning of a message.
Feedback messages are messages that offer advice or information about messages others send.
Messages are an essential component for interpersonal communication. Messages are signals that express one thoughts and feelings.
Feedforward messages are predictable, when a message is feedforward it means one can predict what it will be about without the whole message.
when something interrupts your understanding of a message its called Noise.
Physical Noise is external noise that interrupts both the speaker and listener.
Psychological noise is mental interference that refers to things such as prejudice, and sometimes processing disabilities, or if you are distracted by other thoughts.
Physiological noise is an impairment such as blurred vision, hearing loss, and memory loss. It can affect the sender or recover or both.
For example when I have a conversation with my grandfather It's difficult because he has hearing loss , so when I chat with him its better when I'm the listener.
semantic noise is when two people the listener and speaker disagree due to two different meaning systems.