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Aristotle's Model of Communication

Stressed the importance of the audience in the communication process

Aristotle's model of communication

This model focuses on public speaking

Speaker , speech , occasion , audience and effect

What are the five elements of Aristotle's model of communication?

Aristotle's model of communication

The speaker must prepare a speech by taking into consideration of his audience.

Shannon - Weavers model of communication

It does also called a mathematical theory of communication

Shannon - Weavers model of communication

This model is designed to develop effective communication between the sender and the receiver

Shannon - Weaver's model of communication

In this model noise is an important factor which affects the communication process

Sender, transmitter, Channel, receiver, destination, noise

The five elements of Shannon Weaver's model of communication

Shannon - Weaver's model of communication

This is the simplest communication model that illustrates what actually happens in communication

Schramm's model of communication

Both the sender and the receiver take turns in playing the role of the encoder and decoder when it comes to communication

Schramm's model of communication

This model addresses the social logical aspect involved in communication. It also values the field of experience of both the source and the destination

Berlo's model of communication

This is also called the SMCR model. This model emphasized the relationship between the sender and the receiver

Berlo's model of communication

Communication skills of both the sender and the receiver must be at their best

Knowledge

This refers to how much information a person has about the topic to be shared

Social system

Understanding of the society where the communication happens. This sets the parameters as to how far we can go or thought about something.

Treatment

It refers to the manner of handing or dealing with the message. It is how the message is conveyed or sent.

Code

This refers to a system of signals or symbols for communication. This is also how or in what form the message is sent.

Channel

This refers to the five senses that we use in transmitting the message. When communicating with someone, we can employ any are a combination of senses.

Berlo's model of communication

This model believes that both the source and the receiver should demonstrate the same level of knowledge.

Helical model of communication

This model is a smooth curve just like a spring that goes upward and comes downward

Frank Dance

This person believed that the process of communication involves from the very birth of an individual and continues for as long as he lives.