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BUSI 300
Discussion Assignment Instructions
 
The student will complete 2 Discussions in this course. The student will post one thread of 250-350 words by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of the assigned Module: Week. The student must then post 1 reply of 200-300 words by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of the assigned Module/Week. For each thread, students must support their assertions with at least 2 scholarly citations in APA format. A complete reference list must be included at the end of the thread. A working URL is required for all full-text articles used, and the URL must link directly to the full-text article within Liberty’s online library database. The reference list does not contribute to the required word count. All threads must contain parenthetical or narrative in-text citations, showing how and where information from sources listed in the reference list are used. Each reply must be to one classmate who answered a different prompt/question, following the 2-by-2 format. For the 2-by-2 format, while focusing on content, indicate two points of agreement or two things you like about the post and why, as well as two points of disagreement or two points you believe the posting author could have included to strengthen their position and why. Any sources cited must have been published within the last five years. Acceptable sources include the course textbook (as listed on the course syllabus) and full-text, peer-reviewed/scholarly articles.
 
 
 
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Discussion: Communication Foundations,Communication Analysis,and Electronic Communication
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Three types of barriers of communication are Technical,Language,and psychological.Technical barriers explain a physical,informational,and social environment in which the message is transmitted or transfered.Language barriers uses various ,jargons,and various interpretations by senders and receivers. Psychological barriers are a big source of communication breakdown.You can overcome these by using simple language,giving good feedback and always pay attention to the speaker.
The role of nonverbal messages is the way you look,listen,move,and react to person when they are talking.It is important to be aware of nonverbal cues when it comes to communicating because it can build up trust with the person you are talking to rather then them you not paying attention and they don’t trust you.
You can avoid bad listening habits by distancing your self from distractions,ask questions when the person is done talking,pay attention,and take notes when needed.When you are a good listener you attend to get things right on the first try,you don’t get distracted as easy.
Some positive affects of technology are mobile workers,the speed of sending and receiving information.While some negative affects are lack of building relationships with people.informal communication and less people doing hands on work.
The purpose of a subject line in an email message is to let the person who receives the email what the email is about rather than reading the whole email and trying to figure what its about.A good subject line is making sure the subject line matches what the email is talking about.Another reason is having a good tagline to make the receiver want to open it.
You can respectfully utilize technology to communicate by not capitalizing your words when you text somebody back.This could send off like you are yelling at them.Another one is being respectful and not being rude.
 
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hris Perez 
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One of the barriers to effective communication is interferences. Interferences can be detrimental during any type of communication, when your receiver fails to get the information that you are trying to send it breaks down the communication process. Being an active listener enables you to receive the information more effectively. In order to do so it helps if you put away those interferences. “Physical interferences in the channel, including a noisy environment, interruptions, and uncomfortable surroundings, can occur and.” (Pg. 4, Lehman)Whether it’s a cell phone your tablet or even keeping a door locked or putting up a sign during a meeting it will assist enabling active listening from your audience. Jargon is another barrier to effective communication. Its important that you use language that your entire audience will understand the use of jargon is a distractor that can leave your audience confused or missing crucial information that you are trying to transmit.
 
Non verbal messages are important in communication. They allow you to re-enforce a message while communicating. However, even though they’re important it does not mean they are all negative and/ or positive. It is just important to be coccineous of the Non verbal messages you are communicating. Certain non verbal messages can be perceived as negative due to differences in culture, gender, or language.
 
Listening does take skill and I my self have found myself guilty of being distracted and not actively listening one of the major issues preventing active listening is distractions. Minimizing distractions will essentially make you a more effective listener.
 
Technology has greatly affected the communication process both positively and negatively. Communication in and outside the workplace has changed since technology has been introduced it has enabled communication to be effective over long distances quicker. This would be clearly one of the positive changes that technology has had on communication. However, when it comes to some of the negative things induced by technology there are quite a few. Some of those being a distracter and becoming more impersonal from person to person.
 
The purpose of a subject line is probably the most important part of the E-Mail. It is a synopsis of the entire email in 1-3 words. It is what makes someone want to even open the E-Mail. When writing the subject line, you want to ensure it is most importantly short and relevant.
 
When using technology to communicate using a text message to get information out quickly and be personal is a good way to use texting. However, try not to use text message as a sole means for communication as it may be too informal for certain types of communicating professionally and may be slightly impersonal. During our time of COVID however I think it’s fair to say most of the world’s population has turned to technology to communicate. One of the ways has been through professional platforms to host meetings such as Microsoft Teams or Zoom.
 
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George Agyemang 
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Language is a significant barrier to communication. The words used for communication may become a barrier if the recipient does not comprehend them. To overcome this, both the deliverer and the recipient must be good active listeners to communicate effectively. Both parties should pay special attention to each other’s points of view and listen with patience and a positive outlook. Another barrier to effective communication is psychological barriers.   When a person is upset, his tone takes precedence over the message’s script. The communicator should make sure that the message must be presented in simple and convenient language. Nonverbal communication applies to gestures, facial expressions, tone of voice, a touch of the eye, the language of the body, stance, and other ways of communication through which one puts different messages forwards without using the medium of language. The importance of non-verbal communication is that it begets a better understanding of individuals or even groups.  At this time, non-verbal communication proves a stroke of luck and helps the listener come to a better understanding. Intentional listening is where we listen with our mind, our heart, and our ears. It takes all of our attention. Bad listening habits can be avoided by keeping an open mind and not letting your thoughts and assumptions color the speaker’s message. Ask questions and collaboratively create meaning to have a shared understanding of what is said. Some of the benefits of effective listening are that it helps understand what others expect of themselves and you. Technology has affected human communication in a variety of ways, both positive and negative. Technology makes communication so easy. It is helpful when you want to convey something urgently; emails and mobiles come in handy. On the contrary, nowadays, many youngsters are hooked on social network websites; they are close to their online friends but not close to their neighbors even though they don’t know their parent’s friends and family friends due to this tech-savvy world. The subject of your email is perhaps the most important few words in the entire email. This one line of text can often determine whether an email is opened or deleted. When writing a compelling subject line, keep it brief and begin the subject with the most important word. To effectively utilize technology in communication, ensure that your email subject line is succinct and provides a reference as to what information will be found inside your email. Keep your communication professional.
Reference:  Bhasin, Hitesh (October 18, 2021) Nonverbal communication uses types, importance, and roles. https://www.marketing91.com/nonverbal-communication/
OptimistsMinds. (July 20, 2021). Barriers to effective communication and how to overcome them.https://optimistminds.com/barriers-to-effective-communication-and-how-to-overcome-them/
Paquet, Miranda. (September 27, 2021). 12 Tips for Creating the Best Email Subject Lines (with Examples)https://blogs.constantcontact.com/good-email-subject-lines/
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Morgan Burgess 
 
Discussion: Communication Foundations, Communication Analysis, and Electronic Communication
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I think that one of the biggest barriers of effective communication is over thinking. This is a psychological barrier that hinders effective communication. I find myself over thinking a lot in come communication scenarios. I will, for example, think too much about if/how the receiver of my message will comprehend what I am trying to relay to them. I also think about how prepared I am when giving presentations or large amounts of information to groups of people. Often times this has an obvious effect on my communication. The best way to overcome this would be to just make sure I am as prepared as possible and then confidently relay my message.
Nonverbal messages are extremely important or effective communication. The biggest nonverbal cue in my opinion is eye contact. It is very important when either delivering or receiving a message from someone. Eye contact lets the other person or people know that you are fully engaged with them and that the message is being received. There are other cues, of course, such as gestures or just your appearance while communicating. The nonverbal messages are just as, if not more, important as the verbal message.
Listening definitely does take skill. It is very easy to zone out of a conversation or meeting if you aren’t fully focused. However, it is also easy to be a good listener. You can take notes, make eye contact, and use nonverbal cues to show that you are actively listening. The benefits of this are that you actually learn and retain the information that is being given to you
Technology has affected communication in many ways. Some positive ways are: virtually instant access to anybody on the planet, emails, texts, and other data can be saved and stored for future reference. The biggest negative affect is that technology can be highly distracting. It is easy to go use other applications when you should be focused on communicating. Also, communication could be very unclear sometimes through technology. For example, you can’t tell what tone the sender is using because you can’t hear their voice through an email or text. An even more simple negative affect is that they could just misspell something important that could cause you to not understand their message.
Subject lines are possibly the most important part of an email. It gives the receiver an idea of what they are reading. Some guidelines for an effective subject line are: keeping it short, making it simple to understand, and not using filler words.
Technology is a great way to communicate. A few ways to effectively and respectfully utilize it for communication are: using correct grammar and spelling in emails and texts, leaving your name and contact information in voice mails, and making sure that you respect other people’s time and respond to them in a timely manner.
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Montreal Cherry 
Montreal Cherry
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There are a countless number of barriers of effective communication but the ones I’m going to  focus on are lack of transparency and trust and cultural differences and language. When there is no trust, there is no effective communication. When employees don’t trust their employers, leaders or managers communication suffers. This is why many employers main goal upon hiring is building rapport and getting the workers comfortable in the environment. Many have orientation and stress the fact that their HR department have an open door policy and are there for you. When people from different cultures who might speak different languages, have different cultural beliefs or use different gestures and symbols to communicate, this becomes a barrier. This happens because of lack of cultural awareness and knowledge. Some easy ways to over come this barrier is using visual methods to communicate results and avoid using slang words and phrases.
 
Nonverbal messages and body language also plays a big role in communication, believe it or not. For example if you are talking to someone and the have their arms crossed you are unconsciously under the impression they are not listening to you or understanding what you are saying completely. Additionally if someone is rolling their eyes while having a conversation you may think the have an attitude or are upset about something you said. It is important to pick up on these cues so both parties hear each other out and are being effective listeners.
Technology has changed communication in both positive and negative ways, a positive is it has made communication easier, anyone you want to talk to is just a phone call or text away. It has also has had a negative affect on communication because if you send a text the person receiving the message can not gage the tone of the sender and may interpret the message in a different way than the sender intended.
The subject line in emails often determines whether an email is opened and how the recipient responds. An email with a blank subject like will most likely get deleted. A few guidelines when writing a subject line is keep it short, the body of the email will say what you want to communicate so just say the important stuff, try to eliminate the filler words. Also be clear and specific about the topic of the email, the person receiving the email will be more likely to open it if the have a good idea what the email contains.
There are many ways you can use to technology to communicate such as, Instant Message, Text Message and Voice Calls. Always keep the conversation professional when talking to a coworker or manager. Try not to use profanity or slang in the messages, and be concise with your message so time is not waisted.
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