5771Re: [americancomm] WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE COMMUNICATION AND CORRESPONDENCE ?
- Aug 20, 2013Yes! I like Amanda's point about correspondents, and want to extend it to communicators. If both people are corresponding they're engaged in a mutually synced interaction pattern, taking turns reacting, one to the other. For me communicating marks something more, a greater degree of unity and understanding. Nowadays one can correspond with a software "bot" quite easily, but the bot will never truly understand, empathize, or identify with me. Some human correspondents may understand and agree and cooperate with me, so I think of them as fellow communicators. Other humans may repeatedly answer my letters but refuse to engage me as a real person, so they get to be called "correspondents" when I'm in a good mood and when I'm not they are called "those #@&*$* idiots at PSE&G!"Happy Tuesday!JonFrom: J. Thompson Biggers <BIGGERS_JT@...>
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Subject: RE: [americancomm] WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE COMMUNICATION AND CORRESPONDENCE ?
I really enjoyed this. Well done.In my understanding, Correspondence is a manifestation of communication. It is an external action of the communication process. Correspondence is the tangible action of the intended message. (A person who delivers correspondence is a correspondent). It does not have to be written, the message simply needs an intended recipient to make it correspondence. Communication on the other hand can be in fact internal or external while my understanding is that correspondence must have an intended external recipient and be a tangible action.
Also communication places emphasis on the message itself while correspondence is more the action of delivering the message.
See what else others can add to this :)
Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2013 10:30:46 +0700
Subject: Re: [americancomm] WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE COMMUNICATION AND CORRESPONDENCE ?
I will try to share my opinion, not because I know better, but because by this I can re-check whether my understanding is close to right or not, especially with the so many communication experts here. :)In my opinion, correspondence refers to communication by letters (written communication), whereas communication can take place in more general ways, both verbally and non-verbally. Thus, I think correspondence is one way of communicating,Please forgive me if I'm wrong.. :)On Tue, Aug 20, 2013 at 1:37 AM, bharat <bharatmetaliya@...> wrote:Dear Members,
Generally, we come across the Two wards namely, communication and correspondence.
But,many a time, many people can not differentiate between the two.So please, give your comment on the Subject.
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