Monday, November 17, 2008

Rethinking a Model 

With the rise of the internet and alternative media, it might be time to rethink the classic communications model. The model has always been simplistic because it fails to show the diminution of message strength as it is encoded, transmitted and decoded. Secondly, it fails to show the difference between direct communications and secondary. This is a beginning step to outline what a more precise model might be.

As usual, I am interested to hear any comments about the paper.

It is the 89th essay posted on online-pr.com.

Jim - I found your paper very interesting. I've taught communication for a number of years and have used a communication model similar to the one you presented. I have also included a circle around the sender and one around the sender. These circles signify a point of view or a world view. I believe it is more than just the context but also how a person believes on the subject you are communicating on. Thanks for your thoughts.

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