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jogy 27-12-2012
"""The receiver is the destination of the message. The receiver's task is to interpret the sender's message, both verbal and nonverbal, with as little distortion as possible. The process of interpreting the message is known as decoding. Because words and nonverbal signals have different meanings to different people, countless problems can occur at this point in the communication process: - The sender inadequately encodes the original message with words not present in the receiver's vocabulary; ambiguous, nonspecific ideas; or nonverbal signals that distract the receiver or contradict the verbal message. - The receiver is intimidated by the position or authority of the sender, resulting in tension that prevents effective concentration on the message and failure to ask for needed clarification. - The receiver prejudges the topic as too boring or difficult to understand and does not attempt to understand the message. - The receiver is close-minded and unreceptive to new and different ideas."
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modi 27-12-2012
Shower radios generally seperates the origin indication on the provider signaling which is used for advertising the origin transmission towards the desired destination & then a been given indicate is it being amplified with regard to usage.
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