Communicating Effectively / Edition 5 available in Paperback
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- McGraw-Hill Higher Education
This accessible introduction to communication is known for its experiential approach. Students learn theory through numerous activities that are drawn from actual experiences on campus,at work,and in the community. The text is written in a reader-friendly style. Concepts are tied to specific situations,problems,and ideas with which students can readily identify. Brief readings from the popular press further engage students,connecting the ideas in the text to events in the world around them
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About the Author
Richard L. Weaver is a retired Professor of Interpersonal Communication at Bowling Green State University. He has written more than ten textbooks and is the recipient of BGSU’s faculty-excellence award.
Saundra Hybels teaches communication at Lock Haven University.
Table of Contents
Part One: Basic Principles of CommunicationChapter 1. The Communication Process Chapter 2. Self,Perception, and Communication Chapter 3. Intercultural CommunicationChapter 4. Listening Chapter 5. Verbal Communication Chapter 6. Nonverbal Communication
Part Two: Interpersonal Communication Chapter 7. Interpersonal Relationships Chapter 8. Evaluating and Improving Relationships Chapter 9. Communicating at Work
Part Three: Communicating Professionally and Employment Interviews Chapter 10. Small-Groups ParticipationChapter 11. Group Leadership and Conflict Management
Part Four: Communicating in PublicChapter 12. Getting Started and Finding Speech MaterialChapter 13. Organizing and Outlining the Speech Chapter 14. Delivering the Speech Chapter 15. The Informative Speech Chapter 16: The Persuasive SpeechOnline Unit: Computer-Mediated Communication