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Since communication occurs in society, so we can see that from the perspective of society to guide social interaction or communication is the process of maintaining constant

Since communication occurs in society, so we can see that from the perspective of society to guide social interaction or communication is the process of maintaining constant. Since the early development of communication society is linked to.

Definitions of communication-

According to Dennis Makvel Sncharvetta famous, “from person to person is a meaningful exchange of messages. Dr. vote in dead, “Communication is a combination of social tools.”
Ligans’s words, “is a continuous process. This process goes on continuously Antkri Z or by sharing experiences and it is.”

In view of Politics found Lukiv thinker, “communication is the analysis of social processes.”
Could say about this type of communication is central in this society where communication is the process occur. Communication process can not be tied into a net. Then it is the goal of communication – informative, inspirational, educational and Recreational.

The media refers: – Communication via message meant to be used in the flow medium. The main reason behind the development of media of human nature to be curious. In the present media and in society is closely linked and closeness. By the public interest and interests are clear. Information is provided by the universalisation of the media. Communication are developed through technical development and the communication has now become a global Fenomeno.

English for communication “media” comes from, whose purpose is to add two points. Communication links, between the Communicator and listener. Losvel Herald, according to the main functions of information collection and dissemination through communication, information analysis, communication and social values and knowledge is to entertain people.
The impact of media in society has been since time immemorial. Traditional and modern media are linked with social development process. Communication medium is scattered audience or target group. The message of nature are volatile.Then the communication process communication is execution.

Nature of media: – In India since ancient times is the existence of media. It’s another thing that separated them as – was different. Poetry is linked to communication theory Prpanra in India. And are linked by communication theory Sadharikrn Sthayibav. Communication mainly depends on the nature of the message. As the nature of the media is concerned that communication with the user – is related to the society. Since we also find that the processes of communication within society are Ubarte. Century media of India’s outgoing nature and character of changes in the character but the press mainly three four qualitative change appears.

First: in the first half-century character originally was Misnwadi, was the reason freedom movement and freedom from colonial rule. The character building Tilak, Gandhi, ML Chaturvedi, Vishnu Pradkr, Madhav Rao Sapre was contributed by such person.

Fourth: The last two decades was the modernization of the press, regional press emerge as a `power` and the letter – from magazines to extinction sensitivity and vision.
The temporary nature of media today is extra. Besides other reasons, although its own legitimate media purpose even wilder way sensational news and information are serving.

His parents separated when he was two years old and later divorced

His parents separated when he was two years old and later divorced. His mother remarried, and the family moved to Indonesia in 1967. Barack Obama attended schools in Jakarta until he was ten years old. Barack returned to Hawaii with his grandparents. He studied at Columbia University in New York, where he majored in political science. He then studied law at Harvard, and graduated in 1991. After Harvard Law School, Obama returned to Chicago, joined a small civil rights firm, ran a voter registration drive, and lectured on constitutional law at the University of Chicago Law School. He married Michelle Robinson in October 1992. Their daughters, Malia Ann and Natasha, were born in 1998 and 2001. He delivered the keynote address at the 2004 Democratic National Convention in Boston. He entered the US Senate on January 4 2005. He announced his intention to run for the 2008 in February 2007. After a lengthy battle with Hillary Clinton, he seized the Democratic nomination in June 2008. He formally accepted his party’s nomination at the Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado, on August 23. For more details about this great man, you can go through Barack Obama Books. If we really talk of politics, the hero obama wins over everything in American politics.Now he is the hero of Americans. Today Obama is the Hero of americans, This is first time in american politics history that one black is the president of America now. And the people are happy to see him as president. He is the new shining pole of politics in America. Now the people of USA are happy to see Obama as a president. They hope that he is the single hero who can change the face of america.

The following is one of a series of articles that i have published recently on solutions to help students, business people and others improve the ways they organise their life an do things

The following is one of a series of articles that I have published recently on solutions to help students, business people and others improve the ways they organise their life an do things. An organised person is much more likely to be a successful person. To see other articles visit my English language articles about education and other issues of interest to students and parents. .

As with many of you I am sure you have had to either run a meeting at some time. This can be quite difficult. After many years of teaching and consulting in business and education I have written a short article on meetings.

Meetings 11 General tips to remember
Run better meetings:
1.Call a meeting only when it is necessary.
2.Plan and prepare yourself for all meetings.
3.Have clear and achievable objectives.
4.Prepare and distribute an agenda early.
5.Keep to starting and finishing times.
6.Keep control. Know the rules, give clear directions, listen carefully, summarise often and keep on schedule.
7.Get things done. Action by whom? By when?
8.Make the most of the talent and experience present.
9.Review and summarise often.
10.Record recommendations and give members responsibilities for specific tasks.
11.Evaluate meetings. Can we do better next time?

If you are running a meeting make sure you have an agenda. The following is a suggested outline of agendas for formal meetings.

Agenda for a formal meeting

Keep to a sequence:

1. Open the meeting
2. Apologies
3. Welcome new members and guests
4. Minutes of previous meeting
s. Business arising from the minutes
6. Correspondence
7. Business arising from correspondence
8. Financial report
9. General business of which notice has been given
10. Reports from committees
11. Business arising from reports
12. Other general business – with consent of the meeting
13. Notices of motions for future meetings
14. Announce date and time of next meeting
15. Close the meeting

Chairing a meeting The following is some general tips you should consider if you are to chair a meeting
Before the meeting, the chairperson should:
Be familiar with the constitution or bylaws.
Know the minimum number (quorum) that must be present to conduct business.
Know the correct voting procedures and whether notices of motions need to be given prior to the meeting (and if so, how many days before).
Prepare the meeting agenda with the secretary. . Make sure the secretary has given due notice of the meeting to all members.
Read the minutes of the previous meeting to see what business needs following up.

At the meeting

Start (and finish) on time.
See whether a quorum is present.
Call the meeting to order – formally.
Keep to the agenda.
Keep speakers within the rules of the meeting procedures. . Preserve order and courtesy.
Remain neutral during debates.
Keep a sense of humour. Keep calm. Do not dominate.
Call speakers in the correct sequence after they have indicated they wish to speak.
Decide on points of order.
Prevent irrelevant and repetitious discussions.
You may appoint committees and exercise a casting vote.
You should not refuse motions if they have a seconder. But you may rule for or against the following motions:
That the question not now be put.
That the matter be referred to a committee.
That the debate be adjourned.
That the meeting now adjourn.
That the Chair’s ruling be dissented from.
That the meeting no longer has confidence in the Chair.
Summarise and reach conclusions so things get done.
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Good luck

Gary Hadler
B.Ec, Dip.Ed, MBA
Principal ITS Tutorial School
www.tuition.com.hk

Ever question whether stories have power to persuade

Ever question whether stories have power to persuade?  Look no further than the current resident of the Oval Office.  Sure, President Barack Obama has charisma to spare.  True, he trumpeted a message of change and hope at a time when people were hungry for it.  And granted, he’s a potent symbol of the American dream.

But above all else, he’s a consummate storyteller.  And this skill has been a centerpiece of his efforts to persuade Americans.

Check out the 2004 Democratic Convention speech that introduced Obama to the country.  The freshman senator told his own tale (“the son of a Kansas farm girl and a foreign student from Kenya”) and his family’s tale, in a way that made it an American tale. 

“I stand here knowing that my story is part of the larger American story,” Obama said explicitly.  “In no other country on earth is my story even possible.”  In saying this, he reminded us of one of the cherished tales we tell about our country: that America is the land of freedom and opportunity.

Last November 4, Obama’s victory speech employed a powerful story to illustrate a key message: that America can change for the better.  He told of one Atlanta woman who cast her vote that day — 106-year-old Ann Nixon Cooper, “born just one generation after slavery when there were no cars on the roads or planes in the sky.” He spoke of all the societal changes Cooper had seen in her life and made it a story of hope, a story of America weathering storms and growing – weaving his “Yes, We Can” message into the tale.

This is a textbook example of using a story to build a metaphor and make a larger point.  Stories pack emotional resonance, and emotions, after all, are what move us to action.

Did Obama’s storytelling work?  It turned a skinny, big-eared freshman senator into a president in just four years.

Obama’s storytelling skill hasn’t escaped the attention of the media.  A March 8 article in the Los Angeles Times noted that, “Storytelling is at the core of Obama’s public speaking, over-riding the modern obsession with the sound bite.”

The President’s chief speechwriter, Jon Favreau, shares Obama’s passion for story.  According to the Times article, he explains his job to friends like this: “Tell a story.  That’s the most important part of every speech, more than any given line: Does it tell a story from beginning to end?”

Obama and Favreau turned to story power in the president’s first address to the joint session of Congress.  They told the tale of how the country had fallen into economic crisis and how the administration intended to pull it out.

Did their story work?  The plan’s effectiveness remains to be seen.  But despite all the doom and gloom in the news, Obama’s rating rose in opinion polls and he bolstered support for his program.

Got a hard sell ahead of you?  Take a tip from politics.  Frame your argument in the form of a compelling story, packed with emotion.  Extract from it a metaphor that calls your listener to action.  And watch how the world listens.

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