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Journal of Anthropological and Archaeological Sciences

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AManaging Conflict in Relationships: Communication Skills Volume 3 - Issue 3

Rodolfo Montecinos Ohlagaray*

  • Teaching Assistant at Public Law Deparment, Universidad Mayor, Chile

Received: November 25, 2020   Published: January 05, 2021

Corresponding author: Rodolfo Montecinos Ohlagaray, Lawyer, Máster, en Resolución de Conflictos y Mediación, Community Mediator, International Organization for Migration (IOM), Bratislava, Slovakia, Teaching Assistant at Public Law Deparment, Universidad Mayor, Chile

DOI: 10.32474/JAAS.2021.03.000161


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Communication skills are the greatest achievement of all humanity [1]. Human being, as a social being, inevitably needs link to others, since it is precisely through these links that the very construction of subjectivity takes place. These links are developed thanks to communication processes of various types, levels, depths, etc. Therefore, the importance of knowledge of general elements of communicational processes is evident in order to promote healthier and more enriching links with others. However, communication is a very complex issue, where a great factor multiplicity intervene that it is important to know, by virtue of being able to manage it in a better way. In every interpersonal process, in every space in which a group of people coincide, we are in presence of a communicative process.

Abstract| Communication| Communication Barriers| Barriers that can Hinder the Communication Process| Open Questions, Objectives| Techniques and Strategies for Evaluating the Communicative Plane of Conflicts| Conclusions| References|