The analog communication takes place part autonomous instinctively: attitude, action (ver keep), shape, colour, smell, voice, position/movement, environment. Digital communication happens part autonomous intuitive: choice of words, sentence structure, set form, etc. But also the different from education, life experience, and personality (character, charisma) determine the communication. These determine the type of communication! In part 1 (91) I dealt with the communication content (what?). Today, I treat the communication methods (manner). -the form (how?).
Communication methods: Discussion is a discussion a Conversation between two, dialog, or several Debaters, in which a particular topic examined (discussed) is, where each side presents their arguments dialectic. u0085 “… Means one thing discussion = examine, discuss, consider discussing”. An argument… is a statement that will be used to establish or refute a claim. Arguments can convince others of the truth or falsehood of a claim.
They are an essential means in the field of criticism, discussion and dialogue. A combination of several arguments is an argument. If they are examined and weighed against each other, it is a discussion. Dialog, a dialog is a speech orally or in writing between two or more people and conversational exchange. It is part of the language. His contrast is the monologue, the conversation of a person with or faced alone (especially in the drama) prayer = self-talk, as well as speech and presentation. Discourse was the term discourse used originally in the importance erorternder lecture”or going back and forth conversation”. … Discourse theories attempt to describe how sequences of statements are constituted. Debate a debate… is a dispute that in contrast to the discussion follows formal rules and is used typically to the substantive preparation of a vote. u0085 The rules of procedure of the body that organised the debate or the corresponding debate format for the competitive debating (debating) regulates the form of the debate. In a debate, the pros – and against arguments of a thesis in short speeches are presented.