The
Definition Of

Communication

Communication is the transfer and understanding of meaning. Note the emphasis on the transfer of meaning: this means that if information or ideas have not been conveyed, communication hasn’t taken place.

The speaker who isn’t heard or the writer whose materials aren’t read hasn’t communicated.


Communication is the meaningful exchange of information through messages.

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