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Pretty basic March 7, 2011
Basic textbook. Teaches about communication. Decent textbook.
Communication Works: stars based on 1 user reviews.
Written for the introductory communication course,Communication Workspresents communication principles, interpersonal communication, group communication, and public speaking in an engaging and highly interactive manner. Its use of questions in the narrative, margins, boxes, and captions support instructors who prefer to lead a discussion-oriented and engaging course. Recognizing the challenges that our world presents for the communication students of the 21st century, the new edition includes enhanced ESL coverage and coverage of ethical, cultural, and technological issues, while also reemphasizing the focus on skill-building to promote the development of personal and professional relationships in real world and virtual settings.
Table of Contents
|The Essentials of Communication|
|Communication: The Starting Line|
|Communicating in a Multicultural Society and World|
|Communication and the Self Concept: Who Are You?|
|Communication and Perception: I Am More Than a Camera|
|Language and Meaning: Helping Minds Meet|
|Nonverbal Communication: Silent Language Speaks|
|Listening and Critical Thinking|
|Person to Person: Relationships in Context|
|Communicating in the Small Group|
|Groups and Teams: Strategies for Decision Making and Problem Solving|
|Leading Others and Resolving Conflict|
|Communicating to the Public|
|The Speaker and the Audience: The Occasion and the Subject|
|Developing Your Speech: Supporting Your Ideas|
|Designing Your Speech: Organizing Your Ideas|
|Delivering Your Speech: Presenting Your Ideas|
|Appendix: Person to Person: Interviewing|
|Online Unit: Mass Communication and Media Literacy|
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