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Η έννοια της επικοινωνίας και η εφαρμογή της στις Ακαδημαϊκές Βιβλιοθήκες: Μία πρώτη προσέγγιση

  • It is really hard to avoid the meaning of communication in every day's life. It is a matter of a wide sense, which includes media, scientific branches, university specialists, professions, human resource management, social relations. Human relations are based in communication field. Every person, every plant, every animal and every object transmits signs. When those signs are detectable, transmit a message to a receiver. Those messages can change the information of whom who understands them and consequently changes his/her behavior. This change on the receivers behavior, thereafter can affect the transmitter, the one who transmits the message, in an detectable way or maybe not. Sometimes, results of the message transmission are immediate, while in some cases are distant. An observer in this case, may not succeed in connecting the two facts. The most effective communication is the result of successful interpersonal relationships with the members of family environment, of our work environment and generally with members of our public life. In our workplaces, one of the most important matters of the administration which often stands aside, is communication. Especially, for the leading operation, interpersonal communication composes an important element of application, since interaction between humans in fact succeeds throughout her. Academic libraries today, worldwide, have been marked out as a complicated organizations which been called to work in a fast changing environment. Those changes are possible not affect and also not brought up changes in the administrative model which is being applied. In this point, we want to see the application and the role of the communication in our every day workplaces, the meaning of the communication and the kinds of communications we're applying and if we can improve it, intending with this, in improving our professional and interpersonal relationships. .
  • Βαρδακώστα, Ιφιγένεια
  • 2001
  • Conference Paper
  • NonPeerReviewed
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