Types of Communication
Communication helps people to express their ideas and feelings and helps us to understand emotion and thoughts of othersPublisher: NPTEL
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In a world where we communicate increasingly with images, visual culture is an ever-expanding field. It comprises not just of art, photography, and design, but also memes, advertising, histories of representation, and the very technologies through which all this flows. You will focus on visual perception in the first part of this course. Perception involves, first the sensations, which are then within the brain process to process compared with existing knowledge memory and images of earlier human beings.
Next we will talk about the relevance of sound. It is important because it informs us and moves us in ways visuals can't. Music is something which is pervasive within our culture of context. Nonverbal communication is anything besides words, such as gestures, actions, facial expressions, body language and other aspects of your physical appearance, that, when seen, communicate something.
Finally we will cover basic topics like facial expressions. facial expressions are a form of nonverbal communication, how to build relationships, group dynamics which deals with the attitudes and behavioural pattern of a group, types of group dynamics; command, task and functional groups, groups, conflicts and their resolution, social network, media and extending our identity.Start Course Now
Communication Skills : Visual, Nonverbal and Aural Communication
Communication Skills : Visual, Nonverbal and Aural Communication - Learning Outcomes
The World of Visual Culture I
The Aural : Its Relevance and Impact
The Body and the way It Communicates
The Face, Its Expressions and What It Says
Communication Skills : Visual, Nonverbal and Aural Communication - Lesson Summary
Interpersonal Communication : Individuals, Groups and Cultures
Interpersonal Communication : Individuals, Groups and Cultures - Learning Outcomes
Understanding Group Dynamics - 1
Understanding Group Dynamics - II
Groups, Conflicts and their Resolution
Social Network, Media and Extending Our Identity
Interpersonal Communication : Individuals, Groups and Cultures - Lesson Summary
Having completed this course you will be able to:
- Discuss the relevance of visual culture, changing role of visuals in our culture.
- Explain visual perception and the application of visual culture.
- Identify the relevance of sound to begin within the context of presentations and music as a communicating channel.
- Discuss how to build relationships through communication.
- Explain the meaning and nature of group dynamics.
- Identify the different types of group dynamics.
- Describe how we can manage or resolve conflicts.
- Discuss networking skills within a social context and the relevance and implications of networking
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