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KEYBENEFIT: Covering a wide range of topics, including public speaking, small group communication, organizational communication, and interpersonal communication, one of the primary key benefits of this text is the studentrs"s acquisition of communication knowledge and skills in these areas, which are discussed and applied to real-world experiences. KEYTOPICS: Foundations of human communication; culture and communication; perception and the self; listening; verbal and nonverbal messages; interpersonal communication; relationships; small group communication; members and leaders; interpersonal and small group conflict; organizational communication; public speaking audiences, topics, and research; supporting and organizing a speech; style and delivery in public speaking; and informative, persuasive, and special occasion speeches. Introductory human communication.
Table of Contents
|Foundations of Human Communication|
|Preliminaries to Human Communication|
|Culture and Communication|
|The Self and Perception|
|Listening in Human Communication|
|Interpersonal, Small Group Communication, and Organizational Communication|
|Interpersonal Communication: Conversation|
|Interpersonal Relationship Stages and Theories|
|Friends, Lovers, and Families|
|Small Group Communication|
|Members and Leaders|
|Interpersonal and Small Group Conflict|
|Human Communication in the Workplace: Organizational Communication|
|Public Speaking Topics, Audiences, and Research|
|Supporting and Organizing Your Speech|
|Style and Presentation in Public Speaking|
|The Informative Speech|
|The Persuasive Speech|
|The Special Occasion Speech|
|Glossary of Human Communication Concepts|
|Glossary of Human Communication Skills|
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