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I am going to explain the communication barriers that I came across in the two interactions.

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Barriers to Communication in the Two Interactions M2 I am going to explain the communication barriers that I came across in the two interactions. Firstly the environment the interaction took place was quite warm and other students were in the room, when the interaction was a one to one communication. This is a barrier because both I and the other student who I was communicating with felt very uncomfortable and as time went on we started to fidget. Other students being around us while the interaction took place become a barrier also because this started to affect out confidence. ...read more.

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Throughout the group interaction I respected other individuals and gave them a chance to communicate and get their point and opinions across, but there was a major barrier which occurred after a period of time and people become distracted from the section. A student become upset during the interaction and this made other students feel they had to stop communicating about the particular topic because of this. This was a barrier also as this student didn't want to carry on with the interaction and started to do her own thing on the computer, so other students thought they could wonder of and do the same which ended the section. ...read more.

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I also feel that if I used more questions I could have received more information and instead of me being unsure about information I was receiving, I would have had an explanation in more detail. This would have stopped the barrier and I would have fully understood the individual's responses. Over all a chairmen in control of the group interaction put in place, would have helped to keep all members of the communication section on track and flow more smoothly than it did do. Also if there wasn't other student's in the room when it was the one to one communication section, this would have made it easier for us to communicate properly. By doing this the barriers which occurred in both interactions may not have occurred. ...read more.

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