Write a 8 pages paper on effectiveness of interpersonal communication.
For relationships to work out, there has to be effective communication. Public speaking is communication to a large group involving a receiver, sender, and the message. We can make it best or poorly during public speeches, and the outcome strongly affects the way the public thinks about us. The communication process can be useful or ineffective in interpersonal communication. Interpersonal communication defines the communication process involving two or more parties at personal levels (Overbeck, Neale, & Govan, 2010). Intrapersonal communication is the interaction with oneself, either loudly or without sound. The paper will purposely investigate the incidences of interpersonal communication in addicted film and the effects brought by such form of communication. It is crucial to note that we can develop good communication with other people or groups (De Vries, 2013). Interpersonal communication has various impacts on how we live in dependence on how the message is delivered or received.
Summary of the “addicted” film.
. . . . . . . . . . . The story in the film is about a woman Zoe who is a successful businessperson. She seemingly has an idyllic life with Jason, the devoted husband. She has two adorable kids and a live-in mum Maria Howell. Zoe is dissatisfied with her life and craves for more despite the lovely family, excellent career, and useful life. She is looking for something more found from a new client Quinton Canosa, a Latin artist. On her next day visit, Canosa’s gives her a chance for a torrid affair, having been attracted by his abs, thick accent, and bedroom eyes. She further goes to a nightclub where she met a biker Corey who had sex inside the bathroom in the club. She becomes more unraveled, having been nearly caught by the messenger pleasuring herself in the office. Zoe makes the three men meet at Canosa’s place to help her overcome her problem. she ends up in a violent accident. Eventually, her reason for the addiction is learned, though having happened long ago.
. . . . . . . . . . . Interpersonal communication can be defined as the communication process involving two or more parties. To be a human makes us get involved at an interpersonal level depending on different types of relationships (De Vries, 2013). In our day-to-day living, we experience relationships with friends, family, influential people in our lives, and people in our workplace or learning institutions.