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Designed for the Introduction to Communication course, this trusted text presents the foundation of communication studies through numerous examples that range from the campus to the workplace to communities both in the United States and throughout the world. Every chapter contains numerous activities that engage students and promote group work.This edition has a new section, theReality Check,which challenges students to think more deeply and practically about the ideas, concepts, and approaches they encounter and to apply them to their lives.
Table of Contents
|Basic Principles of Communication|
|The Communication Process|
|Self,Perception, and Communication|
|Evaluating and Improving Relationships|
|Communicating at Work|
|Communicating Professionally and Employment Interviews|
|Group Leadership and Conflict Management|
|Communicating in Public|
|Getting Started and Finding Speech Material|
|Organizing and Outlining the Speech|
|Delivering the Speech|
|The Informative Speech|
|The Persuasive Speech Online Unit: Computer-Mediated Communication References|
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