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identify the features of two way communication
Two-way communication - uses communication to negotiate with the public, resolve conflict, [ and promote mutual understanding and respect between the organization and its public(s). Two-Way Communication in Public Relations There are different types of two-way communication in public relations; symmetric and asymmetric. Two-way asymmetr Employs social science methods to develop more:[1]
Generally focuses on achieving short-term attitude change; Incorporates lots of feedback from target audiences and publics; Is used by an organization primarily interested in having its publics come around to its way of thinking rather changing the organization, its policies, or its views. Two-way symmetric public relations ... Relies on honest and open two-way communication and mutual give-and-take rather than one-way persuasion; Focuses on mutual respect and efforts to achieve mutual understanding; Emphasizes negotiation and a willingness to adapt and make compromises; Requires organizations engaging in public relations to be willing to make significant adjustments in how they operate in order to accommodate their publics; Seems to be used more by non-profit organizations, government agencies, and heavily regulated businesses such as public utilities than by competitive, profit-driven companies.[2] ]
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