BCOM/275 Version 1
Communication can be defined as the process of sending and receiving messages. Communication involves the exchange of thoughts, messages, or information, by speech, signals, writing, or behavior. Communication can be verbal or nonverbal, written or visual. Verbal communication includes oral and written communication whereas nonverbal communication includes facial expressions, body posture, eye contact, or gestures. Written communication can be done through emails, reports, articles, are just some examples (Sutton, 2011).
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Proceed to mark the sign of the cross on the forehead. Proceed to take seat to find an empty seat on the pew, proceed to take a knee, to kneel, mark the sign of the cross once again and say a silent prayer. As one walks into the church to before taking a seat, one is more than likely greeted by a quite handshakes and a warm embrace, communicating to one, how welcome one is the house of worship. The ritual of dipping the fingertips and marking the sign of the cross communicates the expressed understanding and acceptance and respect to the lord and his home (Thomas, Richstatter1989). There may be no prior knowledge to anyone of what the Sacré-Cœur, is but an old building. The basilica a house of worship, or any other house of worship, which communicates a respect as it has for centuries. The accepting nods and smile and welcoming hugs express the nonverbal communication of love and the same admiration to oneself to have the same beliefs to a higher power.
A family gathers in a hospital waiting room waiting anxiously to get the news. Hospitals are usually cold but on the new born floor the feeling is warm and cozy, as new grandmas to be sit quiet and relaxed just knitting away at was would be a baby blanket. The new grandfather sits next to her. The new father to walks in with his head and shoulder up high and a smile from ear to ear. His eyes to the point of watering with tears of joy give...