Linear, Interactional And Transactional Communication

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Linear, Interactional and Transactional Communication

Linear Communication

This model posits that communication occurs when a sender (S) transmits a message (M) through a channel (C) to a receiver (R). The sender encodes an intended meaning into words as well as the receiver decodes the message when it is received. The communication as information transfer model is similar to both the linear model of communication and the information engineering approach in that communication is framed metaphorically as a pipeline through which information is transferred from one person to another (Eisenberg, 52).

In real life, managers within or outside of organizations transfer information or directives ...
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