Paper Information

Journal:   JOURNAL OF THE FACULTY OF LETTERS AND HUMANITIES (KERMAN)   WINTER 2004 , Volume NEW , Number 14 (11); Page(s) 151 To 178.
 
Paper: 

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION

 
 
Author(s):  YARMOHAMMADI L.*
 
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Abstract: 
This article aims at cultivating the ways effective communication can be established. Communication is a process through which the listener (or the reader) interprets the text produced by the speaker (or the writer) to get the message intended. The interlocutors are different in terms of their mental treasuries and they cannot express their intentions efficiently. Besides, listeners ( or readers) interpret texts differently due to the differences in their background knowledge.
The more the differences between the intentions of the speaker (or of the writer) and the inferences of the listener (or the reader) are minimized the more effective communication is going to take place.
The competency in the four language skills -- listening, speaking, reading and writing -- naturally affect effective communication. Thus language learners should be trained in a way to minimize the differences between the intentions of the speaker (or of the writer) and the inferences of the listener (or of the reader). This article introduces certain strategies towards achieving this objective.
 
Keyword(s): EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION, LEARNING SKILLS, INTENTIONS OF THE SPEAKER, INFERENCES OF THE LISTENER
 
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