dysfunctional communication

dysfunctional communication

a communication that results from inaccurate perceptions, faulty internal filters (personal interpretations of information), and social isolation. Communication behaviors of emotionally ill persons may have characteristics that prevent their establishing and maintaining relationships with others.
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Indirect communication (sending messages through others), withholding information, and giving misleading information are other variations of dysfunctional communication patterns.
It called for probing serious procedural errors that could unlawfully delay the release of prisoners, including the loss of case files, dysfunctional communication between government entities, failure to provide free legal services to detainees and errors by judicial institutions.
A growing body of literature indicates that dysfunctional communication among physicians, nurses, and other caregivers is the primary contributing factor associated with events that lead to patient harm.
Security forces targeted the militants' positions in Qandaro, Dawaizai, Pandyalai and Michni areas with artillery, but report about casualties could not be confirmed due to dysfunctional communication system in these areas, The News quoted sources as saying.
Educational institutions are rich environments for exploring multiple facets of functional and dysfunctional communication.
Selling-out always precludes the possibility of satisfactory results, perpetuates the mechanism of dysfunctional communication and diminishes our self-esteem.
This dilemma will invariably cause dysfunctional communication going out to vital audiences.
It helps your stomach heal the inflammation and hypersensitivity responsible for this dysfunctional communication, and it increases thermogenesis--fat-burning.
The dysfunctional communication which this letter is, leaks into the prose poems themselves as does its insidious disequilibriation of known discursive and generical systems.
Indeed, this compilation contributes significantly to the growing body of work in communication and related disciplines addressing the issues of gender and power that have been identified on many levels, from a problem of dysfunctional communication (Reardon, 1997) to the "genderedness" of organizational management p ractices (see Sloan & Krone, 2000: Colwill.
A major training market will develop around dysfunctional communication prompting malpractice cases.