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Three types of communication :

a) Intrapersonal
b) Intrepersonal
c) Group communication

A) INTRAPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
Intrapersonal communication is a communicator's internal use of language or thought. It
can be useful to envision intrapersonal communication occurring in the mind of the individual in
a model which contains a sender, receiver, and feedback loop.
Intrapersonal communication takes place within one person. It is meant to reflect oneself
to clarify something. There are three concept of intrapersonal communication namely as
following:
1) Self-conception
It is the one of the concepts of intrapersonal communication because it determines how he sees
himself and which to oriented to others. It is also known as self-awareness.
2) Perception
When the self-concept lies internally and perception focuses outward. It is deep rooted in belief,
values and attitude. It related and closely intertwined with self concept to create better
understanding of both within and outside world.
3) Expectation
It is futuristic oriented message dealing with long term occurrence. People form expectation on
the base of the strength of ones learned ideas within the society.

B) INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
Introduction:

interpersonal communication is that kind of communication which takes place within or among
more than two people with use of different mediums of communication. With betterment and
advancement of the communication mediums, it has brought the community more closely and as
a family.
Definition:
When communication which takes place from one to another, face to face, both communicator
and communicated persons reflects personal characteristics as well as social role and
relationship. Some theorists may include particularly the role of mediator of the communication.
Relationship:
For forming a proper communication, both models of communicator should have a conducive
relationship to each other, to communicate, understand and accept for any kind of responses.
Face to face meeting:
Communication involves face to face meetings whilst exchanging idea, thoughts and other form
of words between the participants. Here the communication might be mediated by using different
types of mediums of communication such as television channels, telephonic lines and other
modern mediums.

C) GROUP COMMUNICATION

Group communication refers to the interaction between members of a small group of


individuals. Group communication applies to groups containing between three and 20 people.
Communication between two people is a dialog, and larger groups are unable to use group
communication effectively. Quality group communication involves a facilitator and group
members with a sense of belonging, common goals and mutual respect. Both verbal and
nonverbal communication are components of group communication.
Successful group communication is essential in a business environment. Many variables
come into play, starting with the seating arrangement. A circular seating arrangement allows all
group members to make eye contact and interact with all other members. This forms the
foundation for a web network style of communication, with all group members sharing ideas
with each other. Sociologists find this type of group communication arrangement to be the most
effective for generating ideas, making decisions and solving problems.
When the primary purpose of a group is to share information, an alternate arrangement is
preferable. This form of group communication starts with a seating arrangement that emphasizes
the group leader: for example a long table with the leader at one end. The leader presents
information, and group members give feedback.