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Group communication is the interaction between members of a small group of individuals.
Some examples of group communication are:
- Work teams
- Sports team
The process by which people express feelings, emotions, and information through verbal and nonverbal messages.
Some examples of interpersonal communication are:
- Face-to-face conversations
- Phone conversations
- Sign language
- Using body language
The communication between individuals of different linguistic, cultural origins, or social groups.
Some examples of intercultural communication are:
- Conversations between an American woman and a Chinese woman
- A Buddhist conversing with a Christian person
- An African American woman conversing with an Asian American man