Communication is a very intensive cycle which doesn’t only end with the sending of message to the receiver. This cycle ends only when there is a conclusive understanding between the initiator and the respondent or the receiver and this leads to what is known as communication process.
C.B. Mamoria pointed out the parts of communication process by stating that; “communication process model is making up of seven steps; the communication, encoding, the message, medium/channel, reception by the receiver, decoding, action, and feedback”.
Stimulus: It is the point at which the source sees the need to communicate. He or She receives stimulus that triggers him to communicate. The stimulus for this case may include; the opinion, attitude, likes, dislikes, emotions, experience, education, and confidence. All these may influence communication and the way one communicates his/her ideas.