Messages sent through spoken words, vocalizations, tone of voice (Ex: Text messages, snail mail)
Communication using body movements, gestures, and facial expressions rather than speech. (Ex: Artwork, body language).
Someone who transmits a message (Ex: Return to sender.).
The recipient of the sources message. , set that receives radio or tv signals (Mom, dad, girlfriend).
Paying close attention to what someone is saying and communicating.
Listening without reacting.
An indirect, dishonest way to control or influence others.
Use of force to get someone to obey.
An accommodation in which both sides make concessions.
Distractions aroused by certain symbols that take our attention away from the main message.
Thoughts and feelings that distract people from listening to what is said.
Behavior that is bold without being threatening.
This communication style is characterized, in part, by being self-denying, little eye contact, slumped posture, filler language("uh", "you know", "well") and qualifying language ("maybe" , "kind of").
Behavior that is forceful and may be harmful.