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Common Barriers to Achieving Effective Communication (QUIZ: Part One)

This quiz introduces you to 12 major groups of the common communication barriers, that people face on a daily basis when trying to communicate effectively; and get their messages across to others, clearly. Do enjoy the quiz; and leave your score, comments and up-vote in the section below. Good luck.

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  • One of the key barriers to effective communication is known as: “Physical barriers”. Which alternative term is often used, instead of this term?

    • Attitudinal barriers
    • Linguistic-ability barriers
    • Environmental barriers
    • System-design barriers
  • In the classification of people’s barriers to effective communication; which alternative term is often used, in place of: – “Psychological barriers”?

    • Attitudinal barriers
    • Environmental barriers
    • Information-overload barriers
    • System-design barriers
  • When analysing the major barriers to effective communication in an organization; which other term can be used, in place of: – “Structural barriers”?

    • Apprehension barriers
    • Disability related barriers
    • Linguistic-ability barriers
    • System-design barriers
  • In classifying the major barriers to effective communication; what is the alternative term that is frequently used, in place of: – “Language barriers”?

    • Attitudinal barriers
    • Gender-related barriers
    • Linguistic-ability barriers
    • System-design barriers
  • One other major barrier to effective communication is known as: “Physiological barriers”. Which alternative term is often used, instead of this term?

    • Apprehension barriers
    • Condensed-communication barriers
    • Disability-related barriers
    • System-design barriers
  • In analysing the major barriers to effective communication in any person; what is the alternative term used, in place of: – “Fear of Criticism barriers”?

    • Apprehension barriers
    • Clarity-blurring barriers
    • Conflicting-meanings barriers
    • Gender-related barriers
  • In the classification of the common barriers to effective communication; what is the alternative term used in place of: – “Bypassing signals barriers”?

    • Condensed-communication barriers
    • Conflicting-meanings barriers
    • Information-overload barriers
    • Linguistic-ability barriers
  • When analysing the major barriers to effective communication; what is the alternative term that can be used, in place of: – “Gender-Related barriers”?

    • Cultural barriers
    • Condensed Communication barriers
    • Fear of Criticism barriers
    • Sex Equality barriers
  • Another key barrier to effective communication is known as: “ Ambiguity barriers”. Which alternative term is commonly used, instead of this term?

    • Clarity-blurring barriers
    • Condensed-communication barriers
    • Information-overload barriers
    • System-design barriers
  • In analysing the barriers to effective communication; what is the alternative term that is sometimes used, in place of: – “Technological Multi-Tasking barriers”?

    • Apprehension barriers
    • Condensed-communication barriers
    • Cultural barriers
    • Linguistic-ability barriers
  • When classifying and dealing with the key barriers to effective communication; which alternative term is often used, to replace: – “Sociological barriers”?

    • Cultural barriers
    • Environmental barriers
    • Physiological barriers
    • System-design barriers
  • In classifying the barriers to effective communication; what is the alternative term that is also used, in place of: – “Technological Absorbency barriers”?

    • Attitudinal barriers
    • Conflicting-meanings barriers
    • Environmental barriers
    • Information-overload barriers

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