The communication process is the perfect guide toward achieving effectivecommunication. When followed properly, the process can usually assure that the sender'smessage will be understood by the receiver. Although the communication process seemssimple, it in essence is not. Certain barriers present themselves throughout the process. Those barriers are factors that have a negative impact on the communication process. Some common barriers include the use of an inappropriate medium (channel), incorrectgrammar, inflammatory words, words that conflict with body language, and technicaljargon. Noise is also another common barrier. Noise can occur during any stage of theprocess. Noise essentially is anything that distorts a message by interfering with thecommunication process. Noise can take many forms, including a radio playing in thebackground, another person trying to enter your conversation, and any other distractionsthat prevent the receiver from paying attention.


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