4. SENDER :
The communication process begins with the
sender, who is also called the
communication or source. The sender has
some kind of information – a command
request an idea – that he or she wants to
share with others.
Thinkers deserve and analyze phenomena,
reactions and feedback and then draw
conclusions based on that input.
5. ENCODING :
The encoding of a message is the
production of the message. It is a system
of coded meaning and in order to create
that the sender needs to understand how
the world is comprehensible to the
members of the audience.
A message is the content of the communication
6. MEDIA :
Media used to send a message may range from
an individuals voice,writing,language to forms of
mass communication .
Sending is the process to transmitted a
message to the receiver.
7. RECEIVER :
The person to whom a message is directed is
called the receiver or the interpreter. In order to
the senders comprehend the information from
the sender, the receiver must first be able to
receive the senders information and then decode
on interpret it.
Receiving is the process to receive a
message from sender.
8. DECODING :
The decoding of a message is how an
audience member is able to understanding
and interpret the message. It is process of
interpretation and transition of coded
information into a comprehensible form. The
audience is trying to reconstitute the idea by
giving meanly to symbol and by interpreting
the message as a whole.
9. UNDERSTANDING :
Communication process is not so easy to
understand. Communication process as it
theoretical in nature and model of
communication it is easy and comprehensible
to understand communication model as it
shows its posts by figure.
10. FEEDBACK :
Feedback is the response of an audience to a
message or activity. Feedback can be
conveyed both verbally and nonverbally.
11. NOISE :
The goal of all communication is
understanding. Anything that interferes
with this understanding is called noise.