General characteristics of the inhibitor and how it works to impede communication.. Barriers Various types of communication inhibitors, and examples of them, can be found in the articles that are available to you through eReserves, etc.
First, rely on the handouts I posted under Announcements called “Barriers to Communication” or the like.
Access and read through the following articles about communication inhibitors:
· Dr. K. Usha Rani, “Communication Barriers”
· Lumen Learning, “Communication Barriers”
These items are available as eReserves in our class in LEO. You can access the articles by taking the following steps:
· click Content.
· select Class Resources.
· select eReserves.
· select the icon for eReserves in the middle of your page.
· in the list of items that appears, locate the articles and download them.
Part II: After you’ve collected at least 3-4 communication barriers and have identified the inhibitors they represent, define the inhibitors in a bulleted list. Give a formal, detailed, precise (correct) definition of each selected barrier. The definition you provide should identify the general characteristics of the inhibitor and how it works to impede communication. The definitions should not mention your specific work environment.
Definitions should demonstrate parallel structure. That means all should be written as complete sentences, infinitive phrases, or in another phrase form. For help understanding parallel structure, press the ctrl key and click on the following link:
Please consult the sample student submission for this assignment in order to see a demonstration on how this part might be written.