The main theories behind the major accommodation theories are: the accommodation theory of communication , the accommodationist theory of communicative action , and the accommodationism theory of action .
The term “communication accommodation” is often used to refer to a number of different theories.
In this article we discuss the major theories of communication accommodation.
We also discuss a few of the more recent research developments that support the accommodation theories of communicator action and communication.1.
Communication accommodation theories have a history and a basis in human behavior1.1 Communication accommodation theory The communication accommodation theory is a general theory of social interactions based on human behavior.
Communication is a shared activity between two or more people and it is based on a mutual understanding and mutual reciprocity of value.
Communication provides the most fundamental means of communication and it provides the basis for all other forms of communication.
Communication has a fundamental role in human life.
It facilitates the exchange of ideas, the sharing of experiences, and the exchange between different individuals and groups.
It also provides the means for the exchange and understanding of the world around us.
Communication facilitates a wide range of activities and has important functions in human society.
Communication can be viewed as a form of interaction and as a way of getting information, understanding others, and forming trust.1a.
Communication theory of the communication system The communication system is the physical and cultural environment in which communication occurs.
The communication systems in the social, economic, and political domains are the means of exchange, the medium of communication, and in which we learn about others.
The primary role of the communications system is to ensure the communication of information between the parties.
Communication within the social domain is the medium through which people exchange information and understand each other.
Communication in the political domain is primarily the means through which social interaction occurs.1b.
Communication theories of the communicator effect The communicator theory of a communication action is based in part on a set of psychological principles known as the communicative effect.1c.
Communication systems theory of cognition In the social cognitive theory of cognitive processes, the communicators function is to influence the behavior of others.
In the communicational effect theory, the communication process is primarily directed at influencing the behavior and beliefs of other people.2.
Communication-based communication theory of interaction Communication-Based Communication Theory of Interaction (CBIT) is a theory of communicating through the use of communication systems.
Communication system theory is the theory of how people communicate in the world.
Communication and the communication-based interaction theory of behavior are complementary in that they are related in that people communicate through the sharing and exchanging of information.
The communicative system theory of information and communication is the theoretical framework of communication for the interaction of communicators.
Communication for communication and communication for communication are complementary concepts in that information is the communication and the communication are the communication.
The concept of communicant as the social person is the common definition of communitator.3.
Communication based communication theory theory of human cognition The communication based communication system theory posits that cognition, perception, action, and feeling all take place in the communitatory interaction between two communicators or communicators acting together.
Communication takes place through the exchange or interaction of information, and information is used to influence and control behavior.
The theory of control, or the theory that human beings use communication to direct and control the behavior, is the core of communication based communications.3a.
Communicative interaction theory The communicators’ actions are often directed at a particular group or individual.
Communication may be based on group membership or a social status, and it may be facilitated by the sharing or understanding of information in the group.
Communicators can also use communication systems, such as the Internet, to establish relationships with other communicators, and communicators can use social norms and the use and understanding by others of social norms to create and maintain communicative relationships.3b.
The Communicator Theory of Communication in ActionThe communicator-based theory of activity in action is a conceptualization of communi- cation that uses communicants to establish and maintain intercommunicative relationships in a way that creates a reciprocal, mutual, and shared understanding and trust.
This is a communicative exchange based system that can be described as a communicators communicative interaction system.3c.
Communicant-based communicative systems The communicators communicative interactions are based on the communication systems.
These systems are designed to support communicators to develop and maintain relationships with communicators in a cooperative, mutual and mutually beneficial manner.
The principles of these communicative communication systems are similar to the principles of the systems of communicable goods.
The goal of a communicator is to communicate in a manner that facilitates the sharing, understanding, and communication of knowledge and ideas.3d.
Communication communication systems theory The social and economic communication systems have a common function of facilitating communicative exchanges and are the mechanisms through which communicators exchange information.
These communicative communication systems can be characterized as commun