He has also taught at Bethel College and the University of Washington. His specialty is writing monographs on the subjects of communicative difficulty, problematic interaction, and conflict. His books include Problematic Communication, Miscommunication, and Human Conflict: Disagreement, Misunderstanding, and Problematic Talk.
Vii, 358 pages 21 cm. Includes bibliographical references. Communication: the context of change. Schramm, W. How communication works
Vii, 358 pages 21 cm. How communication works. Watzlawick, . Beavin, . and Jackson D. Some tentative axioms of communication. Jr. When people talk with people. Goffman, E. Facial engagements. Mehrabian, A. Communication without words. Argyle, M. Eye-contact. Tactile communication. McLuhan, M. The medium is the message. Clevenger, . and Matthews, J. Feedback 15. Katz, E. On reopening the question of selectivity in exposure to.
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ISBN 10: 0060446250 ISBN 13: 9780060446253. Publisher: Harper & Row, 1973. Basic readings in communication theory. David Mortensen (Compiler). New York: Harper & Row, Publishers. 2nd ed. Physical Description. Viii, 453 p. ; 20 cm. Subject. Communication Addresses essays lectures. New York: Harper & Row Publishers, 1973; pp. vii+358. COMMUNICATING INTERPERSONALLY: A READER
basic readings in communication theory. COMMUNICATING INTERPERSONALLY: A READER. Columbus, Ohio: Charles E. Merrill Publishing C. 1973; pp. xi+272. CONCEPTS IN COMMUNICATION. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, In. xii+319.
Communication Theory (Paperback). Communication is the most complex and elevating achievement of human beings. Most people spend up to 70 percent of our waking hours engaged in some form of communication. The Mammoth Book of Lost Symbols.
The breadth and scope of subject matter is adaptable to a number of approaches to the first course in communication, whether theoretical, practical, contemporary, or traditional in orientation. The framework of this book introduces five topics of central interest to the field of communication theory. Part I describes the process of communication as it unfolds in face-to-face environments. Part II considers the symbolic significance of interpersonal behavior.