Communication terms

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  • This publication was originally written as a text for a business communication course and has subsequently been expanded. It sets out to explain some business communication issues and hopefully assist in making you a better communicator, both at work and in your personal life. For business success the ability to communicate at different levels, by a variety of methods, to peers and superiors, sideways to your counterparts and downward to people you are supervising is essential.

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  • Lecture Mosby's paramedic textbook (4th ed) - Chapter 5: EMS communications. In this chapter you will learn about the following: Outline the phases of communications that occur during typical emergency medical services (EMS) event, describe the role of communications in EMS, outline the basic model of communication, define common EMS communications terms,...and other contents.

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  • There are many words and ideas used to describe and define working with people with a disability. As a result, people from non-English speaking backgrounds who need information in community languages experience two main barriers. The first is that some translations are wrong, unclear or refer to disability in negative ways.

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  • This hands-on guide offers practical advice on all aspects of science communication. It features a tightly interwoven fabric of issues: product types, target groups, written communication, visual communication, validation processes, practices of efficient workflow, distribution, promotion, advertising, and much more. Extremely practical, the guide provides the necessary "shortcuts" to produce outreach products of high quality. All concepts are explained with simple terms and illustrative examples while check lists and short "to-the-point" overviews enable rapid progress and quick results.

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  • Sometimes a word is worth a thousand words. Or an entire book. “Ethics” is one of those words, with no shortage of book-length treatments. The idea for a communication-centered investigation of ethics and its relationship to professional life arose during the opening session of George’s ethics class in the spring of 2003. Although the students weren’t terribly excited by the idea of ethics, they became much more animated when the discussion shifted to the term “morality.”

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  • It is now almost 40 years since Roger Tomlinson coined the term geographic information system (GIS), and led the development of the world’s first, the Canada Geographic Information System (CGIS), in the mid-1960s (for a history of GIS see Foresman 1998). Today’s technology would be almost unrecognizable to the pioneers of the 1960s, not only because of the almost unbelievable advances in information technology (IT) that have occurred since then, but also because of dramatic changes in the functionality, appearance, use, and societal context of GIS.

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  • n the four years since Hurricane Katrina, volunteers and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) have been instrumental in supporting community efforts to recover and rebuild from the devastation in the Gulf States region. The period also provides a case study of the complex process of human recovery and the resource and

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  • The topics discussed in chapter 11 are intercultural communication. This chapter includes contents: Introduction: impact of globalisation, understanding the term "culture", defining ‘intercultural communication’, "Third space" communication, strategies for effective intercultural communication.

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  • Specifically, the report considers home-based child-centred development programmes focusing on health and nutrition; psychosocial care and management of inherited assets; interventions directed at supporting families and households to cope with the HIV/AIDS problem and interventions directed at building the capacities of communities to provide long-term care and support for children and households.

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  • This paper presents a framework for automatically processing information coming from community Question Answering (cQA) portals with the purpose of generating a trustful, complete, relevant and succinct summary in response to a question. We exploit the metadata intrinsically present in User Generated Content (UGC) to bias automatic multi-document summarization techniques toward high quality information. We adopt a representation of concepts alternative to n-grams and propose two concept-scoring functions based on semantic overlap.

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  • This paper explores how long-term energy forecasts are created and why they are useful. It focuses on forecasts of energy use in the United States for the year 2000 but considers only long-term predictions, i.e., those covering two or more decades. The motivation is current interest in global warming forecasts, some of which run beyond a century. The basic observation is that forecasters in the 1950–1980 period underestimated the importance of unmodeled surprises

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  • A computerized conference (CC) is a form of co~znunication in which participants type into and read frc~ a computer terminal. The participants may be on line at the same time--termed a "synchrononous" conference, or may interact anynchronous~. The conversation is stored and mediated by the computer.

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  • Communication is often conceived of in basically the following terms. A person has some idea which he or she wants to communicate to a second person. The first person translates that idea into some symbol system which is transmitted through some medium to the receiver. The receiver receives the transmission and translates it into some internal idea. Communication, in this view, is considered good to the extent that there is an isomorphism between the idea in the head of the sender before sending the message and the idea in the receiver's head after recieving the message. ...

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  • This chapter distinguish between the following sets of terms: competition, predation, herbivory, symbiosis; fundamental and realized niche; cryptic and aposematic coloration; batesian mimicry and Müllerian mimicry; parasitism, mutualism, and commensalism; endoparasites and ectoparasites; species richness and relative abundance; food chain and food web; primary and secondary succession;...

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  • Chapter 14 - Planning presentations. After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Describe how planning your presentations leads to credibility; analyze presentation audiences in terms of message benefits, learning styles, and communicator styles; organize and gather content for a preview, view, and review;…

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  • The words we use to communicate every day are important in every aspect of our lives. From relaxing, to working, to studying, to taking tests, we use words to share with others how we feel, what we think, and why we think that way.Without words, it is difficult to express our ideas to the rest of the world. The more words we know—the larger our vocabulary—the more clearly we can communicate with others. Our vocabularies reveal our knowledge to the world; therefore, a person with a large vocabulary has the advantage of self-expression....

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  • Research has shown that you need to meet a word at least 7 times before you know it properly. Doing exercises like these, that pratise words and expressions that you have already encountered, is a useful way of helping yourself to fix the vocabulary you are working on in your long-term memory. This book provides a series of rests on different aspects of english vocabulary at upper-intermediate.

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  • This is the documentation Oxford English class from basic to advanced for all age groups, as we learn to better improve your English skills in the short term.Communication is an active process of information exchange between the speaker and the listener to achieve a certain purpose. Typically, communication through three states May.

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  • This book has been written for anyone working or training to work in the legal profession, or for anyone whose job requires them to have a working knowledge of legal words and terms. The various exercises throughout the book focus on the key vocabulary that you might be expected to understand and use on a day-to-day basis. You should not go through the exercises in this book mechanically. It is better to choose areas that you are unfamiliar with, or areas that you feel are of specific interest or importance to yourself....

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  • On May 5th, 1997, the European edition of Business Tech Magazine led with Hoffman’s cover story "Internet Communities: How They're Shaping Electronic Commerce". This cover story highlights the extent to which the term virtual community has become almost synonymous with various forms of group-CMCs (computer mediated communication), including email-list forums, chat-systems such as IRC, web-based discussion areas and usenet news-groups.

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