Interpersonal Communication Studies-Gia

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Table Of Content 1. Introduction 2. Interpersonal Communication 3. Characteristics of Effective Interpersonal Communication 4. Concept 5.Process involve in Active listening 6. Perception 7. Conclusion 8.References

INTRODUCTION This assessment is going to identify and analyze interpersonal communication skills and behavior exhibited and observed in a movie titled Twilight, a 2008 American romantic fantasy film based on Stephanie Meyers popular novel of the same name.

Interpersonal Communication Communication is not an easy process. It involves verbal and non-verbal attempts to assist the other person to understand what we are trying to communicate. Yet it often fails. Communication occurs every day in our lives and it happens in every situation. All our daily activities require us to communicate in one form or the other. It is important to communicate in order to pass on information to people that we interact with. Communication is any action, verbal and nonverbal, which is conveyed by a person and received and understood by at least one other person. These actions or behaviors can be ideas, feelings, values and attitudes. When the receiver perceives the message, a meaning is obtained from the message. A relationship is formed between people as they engage themselves in a communication process.
Communication can take place with or without words. Our communication output is composed of verbal, vocal and visual signs or signals. Verbal signals are words or speech that we speak. Vocal signals are the characteristics of our voice when we speak for example the tone, the volume or the speed of our speech and visual signals are all those actions that the receiver sees. These include facial expressions, body movement, posture and dress. Joseph A.De Vito

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