Basic Communication Theory Discussion

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Basic Communication Theory Discussion

assignment 1-Explain what is meant by the principle: "communication is inevitable, irreversible and unrepeatable." Give an example to illustrate your answer.120 words minimum


assignment 2- Respond to two or more posts explaining the reason for your agreement or disagreement or why you think the post is important, and/or provide examples of the point(s) made 100 words minimum


post 1--the principle, "communication is inevitable, irreversible and unrepeatable" meaning is a simply one to understand. Communication is inevitable because it WILL happen no matter what in someone's life. You have to communicate to get through most if not all your life. Communication is irreversible because a statement made depending on a situation will destroy a relationship, opportunities and your life in general. You have to be careful of what you say and in todays society people are very fragile to anything that goes against their views in life. Lastly communication is unrepeatable because every experience is different as well as it goes in tangent to irreversibility. Everyone is different and different views in life, communication with everyone is a new challenge tackle.

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There are six of The Basic Principales of Communication, one of them being "communication is inevitable, irreversible, and unrepeatable."I myself believe this is one of the most important principles, because it highlights the fact that communication is very important in the modern word, and should be taken seriously. Now to break it down, when it states communication is "inevitable" it means people are always communicating, sometimes even without noticing. Communicating isn't just happening verbally, it can also be transmitted through body language and actions. Communication is "Irreversible" because once you say something you can't unsay it, and you can't unsent a text. The most you can do is try to reduce the effects of what was said, but it can never be "uncommunicate." Lastly, communication is "unrepeatable," although similar situations might come up, you will never find yourself in the same scenario, with the same frame of mind, and same relationship dynamics. 

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