Perception by Anil Pathak

Since each individual’s perception is unique, we might encounter communication difficulties when two individuals attribute different meanings to the same utterance, event, or transaction. This book provides practical examples of Perceptual Errors and provides concrete advice to eliminate perceptual blocks in everyday communication.

Communication is a two-way process. In this process, both the sender and the receiver are responsible to create and share meaning. This process can be interrupted if there is a wide gap between the perception of the receiver and that of the sender. Problems may arise when the senders or receivers simply accept their initial perception or understanding of the message. Since each individual’s perception is unique, we might encounter communication difficulties when two individuals attribute different meanings to the same utterance, event, or transaction. It is therefore necessary to be aware when our perceptions are not truthful. This book provides practical examples of Perceptual Errors and provides concrete advice to eliminate perceptual blocks in everyday communication.

About Anil Pathak

Anil Pathak has taught Communication courses in universities in India, Bahrain, Singapore, and Brunei for over three decades. He has a doctorate in communication skills development, and is the author of ‘Communication Fundamentals’, ‘Communication and Leadership’, and ‘Eight Steps to Flexible Learning’.

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