The Three “V” of Communication
Communication consists of three forms, they are the verbal communication, non-verbal communication and the last one is the visual communication.
In verbal communication is the communication, where the communicator and the communicant will usually communicate in the verbal language, such as the written words or spoken words. It is all about what the speakers say. Here, the meaning of what the speakers say is about the message.
In non verbal communication, the communication happens between the communicator and the communicant, which is symbolized by shared symbols or gesture, such as facial expressions, body gesture, and many other kinds of expressions, except spoken or written words. They are all abou how the speakers talk and say, such as the music of their voice.
And the last one is the visual communication that happens when the communicant and the communicator may be able to communicate in the graphics, or shapes, lines and diagrams, which is all about how they seem and who they are.
From the 3 of the communication forms, the visual communication is the most powerful and awesome element of communication, where the speakers will be able to give the importance to visualize theirselves, as much as their knowledge and also the experiences.
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