What are Means of Communications?

10 02 2011

The communication has always been the crucial part of mankind’s social
life. The means of communication has changed according to the changes in
people’s living conditions and all other circumstances such as
technological developments.

Throughout history, the technology has had a huge impact on the means of
communication. In the past, smoke was used as a means of communication
from one mountain to another. Needless to say that only a few simple
messages could be sent and received with this primitive method of smoke

Carrier pigeon was another means of communication to send messages further
away. The pigeons were trained for this two way communication method of
letter carrying. The letter, which was replaced with fax and e-mail
consecutively, used to be a common means of communication as well.
People needed to send their messages further away and faster as the
world population increased and started to be globalised. This period has
influenced the methods of communication.

Today,we use telephones, mobiles, text messages, e-mail, internet chat
programmes as oral and literal ways of communication. The inventers and
producers are aiming to develop faster, cheaper, smaller-sized,
multi-tasking  gadgets for communication. The
communication technology has been changing to match our needs. However,
the means of communication also shapes our life styles.

Television uses images with sound and movement. This makes TV a very direct and dynamic means of communication with a wide variety of programmes: news, documentaries, game shows…

We are going to complete this TV game show.. First you have to imagine the scene, the sounds and dynamic and then add the details to the decoration and the contestants.

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