Means of communicating; means of passing from place to place; a connecting passage; connection.
That which is communicated or imparted; intelligence; news; a verbal or written message.
1) The process of (or the ability to) move the lead between the two hands of a partnership, so as to lead each trick from the more advantageous hand. 2)The means to convey a message to the partner in bidding. The only legal means of communication is through bids themselves, rather than using hesitation or mannerism.
The process of passing information from one person to another; to make something known. People communicate both verbally (through words) and non-verbally (through facial expressions, body movements, etc.).
Verbal : See Language Non-Verbal: Non-verbal communication problems you may see in Autism include: poor eye contact, posture, limited or inappropriate facial expression, clumsy body language, difficulty adjusting physical proximity and limited use of gestures. Nonverbal aspects of communication can be significantly different in Asperger's syndrome. Non-verbal communication may be exaggerated, completely absent, or may appear to contradict verbal content. Children and adults also find it hard to understand non-verbal signals from others, including facial expressions.
the activity of communicating; the activity of conveying information; "they could not act without official communication from Moscow"
4 parts: signal, motivation, meaning, function - what's the unit size of a signal - meaning is context-based - proximate function is immediate, ultimate function is long-term
conveying or transmitting meaning with a particular context[ Back
A process in which risk information is conveyed between all levels of a project team. Risk communication deals with transferring knowledge and awareness of risk probability, consequences and mitigation plans and actions. It is essential for the management of risks within an organization. Communication must both fit within an organizationâ€™s culture and expose the risks that are present in an organizationâ€™s projects.
a means of communicating beyond shouting distance, such as by directly wired telephone headsets or two-way radios, and also the act of conversing beyond shouting distance. Communications equipment must be reliable and capable of enduring an alpine environment in winter.
the use of language as well as nonverbal signs to convey meaning between parties.
Various verbal and nonverbal means through which rhythmic knowledge is transmitted between drummers. A common method is through the use of vocables.
conveying or transmitting meaning within a particular context
Convey information through oral and written words, nonverbal signals, and visual representationsdiagrams, numbers, equations, graphs, drawings, diagrams, tables, exhibits, maps, models. Compare the process used to identify similarities and differences between or among things or ideas.
The process of conveying information by language, signs, symbols, and actions. Moving towards an outcome, it can be directionalised toward the outcome as is usually the case in sales, negotiation and therapy.
The process of creating meaning between two or more people.
A sharing of meaning through the transmission of information. p. 456