Nonverbal Communication Vs. Verbal Feedback

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Communication is part of activities human social behaviour in daily life. Communication refers to a process involving several steps, among two or more persons for the primary purpose of exchanging information (Wallace & Roberson, 2009). The function of communication is as the transmission of information and common understanding from individual to other individual in which they share ideas, opinion and feelings with others people. Communication is skill learning in which everyone plays role to ensure that all information conveyed easily understood and get the feedback from the person receiving the message. This situation called the process of communication. There are two types of communication which are verbal communication and nonverbal…show more content…
After receiving a message, the receiver responds in the same way and signals that response to the sender. The signal may take the form of a spoken comment, a long sigh, a written message, a smile or some other action. Feedback ultimately provides an opportunity for the sender to take corrective action to clarify a misunderstood message and allows the sender to evaluate the effectiveness of the message (Das, 2009). Gupta (2008) stated that, the sender becomes a receiver and the receiver becomes a sender through the process of the feedback. When the message is transmitted and effectively received, feedback is served as a regulating device. The sender continually adjusts his transmission in response to the feedback. Besides, feedback also alerts the sender to any disruptive noise that may impede reception of the message (Acker,…show more content…
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