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listening barriers

Good morning friends? it is another fine day we are meeting so that we educate ourselves about different subjects that are of concern to us .Basically today I want write something about listening barriers, what makes listening process not effective. Here are some few examples of those barriers. stereotyping this is where somebody judge something not because he or she is judge but using past experiences to judge. lack of interest to a particular subject .This is where the listener pays no attention to what he is listening to. personal difference .this is another main barrier to listening process. this is where the listener and the speaker have different opinion toward a certain subject lack of knowledge also act as a barrier .This is true because if speaker is talking about a subject unknown and unfamiliar to listener combined by complex terms and words then the listener will end up loosing concentration . noise again sometime acts as listening barrier since it affect the clarity of message .depending on how noise affect somebody it can be categorized in several categories . for examples physical noise, semantic noise and physiologically noise .physical noise is the most popular type of noise but again can easily be overcomed

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johnmariow wrote on January 17, 2015, 3:08 AM

There are actually two messages whenever one person speaks to another person: The message the speaker intended to convey and the message the listener received.

MsBiz wrote on January 17, 2015, 11:32 AM

These are all such important factors, especially in "active listening," or really hearing what the other person is saying. So many people lack good listening skills, but as you say, they can be developed with practice.

Renda wrote on January 17, 2015, 9:38 PM

Some people seem to have such a difficult time listening, don't they? I think we all could use the practice at some point in our lives.

Wordsmith wrote on January 18, 2015, 1:03 AM

I hear you! All of us have been subjected to such barriers at one time or another. It would be best to try and smooth out the speeches so the targeted audience can cope with the situation.