Interpersonal Communication

Interpersonal Communication

Introduction
The following report contains information on the subject of communication. It is being reported on for Professor Underwood??┬Žs Business Communications class. The information reported on was conduct at the LRC at Mesa College and local San Diego public libraries. The topic at hand is divided into different components that effect how we communicate. The main topics that will be discussed are impersonal vs. interpersonal communication, how people communicate, perception, and culture.
What is communication
Communication, a complicated area, has been researched for countless years. Scholars have attempted to arrive at one general definition for Communication, yet experts still cannot agree on any one meaning. However, in the broadest sense, it has been determined that communication is the process of acting upon information. An individual says or does something, and others think or behave in response to the words or actions, as they understand them (Beebe 6).
Although most people limit the realm of communication, it does not only occur between humans. It is possible for an individual to act on information from their pet. For instance, when the cat meows, a good owner feeds it. Moreover, it is possible that pets can act

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