Physiological Barriers to Communication. No dictionary can accurately classify them.
Also, spoken language has a structure that makes it easier to tell when a subject has changed, for instance, or to analyze its grammar. It is less influential and cannot be used everywhere. Psychosocial Linguistic Repertoire Barrier to Communication Linguistic Repertoire otherwise known as language barrier may act as a barrier to communication, even when communicating in the same language, the terminology used in a message may act as a barrier if it is not fully understood by the receiver s.
Distance 3. Message 3. Communication is a two way process of sending and receiving information either verbal or non-verbal. It has several benefits are as following: Easy demonstration -Information can simply be offered in non-verbal communication through using noticeable, audio-visual and silent means of non-verbal communication.
Repeat: Used to repeat the verbal message e.
Most of the cases people unconsciously and habitually engaged in non-verbal communication by moving the various parts of the body.