An Analysis: The Effect of Different Barriers in Effective Communication


Jawaid Iqbal Mirani , Anila Solangi , Ayaz Ali Jarah , Misbah Memon , Abdul Razaque Lanjwani ,

Download Full PDF Pages: 32-35 | Views: 446 | Downloads: 149 | DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.5588281

Volume 10 - September 2021 (09)


Sharing of ideas, thoughts, and information is considered as communication. In addition, when there is no sharing, there is no communication it means that sharing is necessary for every sort of communication. In communication process a barrier is which creates hurdle in conveying the message from the sender to the receiver. Further, the effective communication becomes flop due to different barriers at college, university and workplace. The purpose of this article is to discuss and understand various types of barriers which create problems in communication like Attitudinal Barriers, Behavioral Barriers, Cultural Barriers and Language Barriers. In addition, this paper also discusses important techniques to handle barriers in communication.  The secondary data collection method has been utilized to gather data from journal, websites and books. Consequently, students, teachers, and scholars will find in this paper productive and helpful knowledge about barriers in communication and techniques to overcome barrier in communication.


communication, barriers, attitudinal, behavioral, cultural, message


i.        Rani, K. U. (2016). Communication Barriers. Veda’s Journal of English Language and Literature, 3(2), 74-76

ii.      Keyton, J. (2011). Communication and organizational culture: A key to understanding work experience. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

iii.    Cheney, G. (2011). Organizational communication in an age of globalization: Issues, reflections, practices. Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press.

iv.     Canary, H. (2011). Communication and organizational knowledge: Contemporary issues for theory and practice. Florence, KY: Taylor & Francis.

v.       Tourish, D. (2010). Auditing organizational communication: A handbook of research, theory, and practice. New York, NY: Routledge.

vi.     Luthans, F. (2009) Organizational Behaviour, McGraw-Hill, New Delhi.

vii.    Antos, G. (2004). Handbook of interpersonal communication. The Hague, the Netherlands: Mouton De Gruyter.

Cite this Article: