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Describe the stages of the communication cycle P2. Now explain how the communication cycle may be used to communicate difficult, complex and sensitive issues M1.

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Describe the stages of the communication cycle P2. Now explain how the communication cycle may be used to communicate difficult, complex and sensitive issues M1. ...read more.

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Ideas occur We need to think just that what we go talk about. Possible problem areas where communication may break down include: - the message is ill- conceived - it is vague or incomplete - it is ambiguous. ...read more.

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The first kind of block where people do not receive the communication includes: - Visual hearing - Hearing disabilities - Environmental problems such a poor lighting, noisy environments, speaking from too far away. Message decoded Idea understood Feedback ?? ?? ?? ?? Unit1 16/03/2009 BTEC National Diploma in Health and Social Care Sector T. McDonald 1 ...read more.

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