Advantages And Disadvantages Of Oral Communication

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5. Barriers to oral communication
Some of the barriers of oral communication are as follows:-
1. Use of jargon: if the speaker uses special words or expressions that others did not understand, thus this becomes a barrier to oral communication. Such as technical language, specialized language and technical terms.
2. Emotional barriers and taboos: restrictions of a particular practice or with a particular person, place or thing or such actions on religious beliefs can be a barrier to communication.
3. Lack of attention, interests and distractions: if you feel no interests or if audience have no interests that makes a barrier to oral communication.
4. Language differences and accents: the way of pronouncing words or if your speech goes to different language people than it becomes a barrier.
5. Physical disabilities and hearing problems or speech difficulties can be a barrier to oral communication because they have less power of understanding your speeches.
6. Conclusion
Oral, written and non-verbal communication methods have advantages and disadvantages. Written communication is a lot more formal than oral communication. It is more expensive, needs pen, paper, and other equipment to spread information instead oral has more advantages than other methods. More business organizations choose oral communication to pass their messages to their employees rather than passing messages through memos or sealed envelopes therefore it gives positive effects to employees as well as it is
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