Communication is the process by which information is exchanged between individuals through a common system of symbols, signs or behaviors. .
The sender is the source of communication. Also, the sender has an intention to communicate with another person(s). This intention makes up the content of the message. Thus he gives expression to the content. In the case of the War in Iraq, the senders were the leaders of the "Al Quiada" terrorist group and their followers. The non-verbal messages send to the United States by the accused by flying planes into the Pentagon and The World Trade Center. .
Encoding the message could be written or oral. The message is formulated by putting thoughts through words. Also, messages are sent through many psychological or internal communication barriers. In the end, the messages are filtered through the psychological barrier it is encoded for transmission. President Bush formulated this form of communication by addressing the people of The United States and briefing them on how he would handle the crisis in Iraq He delivered the message immediately to the public and reinforce with repetition. With that being said, he implemented measures as to how he would go about reconstruct Iraq. .
A message is not conveyed information, but the emotions that give the words meaning. Thus, the message can be nonverbal communication may give clues that the receiver can use to interpret verbal messages. The message that the terrorist communicated to the U.S was effective. Moreover, we retaliated not only to bring down the Saddam regime, but also to rebuild Iraq.
The message is sent via a channel, which can be made of a variety of materials. In acoustic communication it consists of air, in written communication of paper or other writing materials. TV was implicated in the process, which led to war. One example of how Saddam used this form of communication is when he sent an 8-minute videotape that's was aired in Iraq.