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identify the features of two-way communication , and explain why this is so important for individuals with sensory loss
Two-way communication –in simplest form, is a dialogue between sender and reviser. [ It allows for messages to be adapted to the situation and reaction of the receiver, and allows for a relationship to form, as opposed to one-way communication in which the sender is blind to timely reactions. The importance of two-way communication comes in the form of a dialogue. With discourse of course comes
information (feedback), which can serve as a guide during further discussions, decisions and can establish a positive tone and mutual respect. PR practitioners engage with an ever-changing, ever-connected, always-informed audience, and a two-way connection can ease a lot of technological growing pains and build strong brands and relationships. - See more at: ]
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Weegy: The communication that takes place between two parties (sender and receiver)- is known as two-way communication. But the main feature of two-way communication is the flow of information from both ways. [ In two-way communication first sender a message and the receiver provides response to the sender. The advantages of a two way communication is that they provide an instant feed back and give an opportunity for discussion. This method also promotes an understanding of the real information that is being delivered. Communication is the process of passing information from person to the other. ] (More)
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