Looking out/looking in

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Thomson/Wadsworth, Jul 1, 2002 - Business & Economics - 507 pages
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Used by more than a million readers, LOOKING OUT/LOOKING IN, Media Enhanced Tenth Edition continues the approach that has made it the leading interpersonal text for almost 30 years. Written in a reader-friendly voice that links scholarship to students' everyday lives, this popular text motivates students to improve their interpersonal skills and sharpen their critical understanding of the process of communication.

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Review: Cengage Advantage Books: Looking Out, Looking in

User Review  - Canis Lupus - Goodreads

It is a good book to keep. It definitely has quite a few insights that would be useful in daily life. Read full review

Review: Cengage Advantage Books: Looking Out, Looking in

User Review  - Shay Hardman - Goodreads

Overall, this is a very decent textbook. Not unbearable to read, and it holds quite useful information about communication. The reason I gave the book three stars instead of four, is because I ... Read full review

Contents

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THE PROCESS OF COMMUNICATION
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About the author (2002)

Ron Adler is a professor emeritus at Santa Barbara Community College, where he has taught interpersonal communication, business and professional communication, and communication theories. In addition to teaching, Adler has co-authored and has edited several textbooks that address communication contexts and topics including interpersonal communication, small group communication, public speaking, assertiveness, and social skills. In addition to writing and teaching, he works with professional and business people to improve their communication on the job.

Neil Towne currently is retired after four decades of teaching. He and his wife, Bobbi, live on the shores of Clear Lake in Northern California. Neil stays active in the communication field through his continuing involvement in Looking Out, Looking In and by directing workshops, teaching short classes in couples communication with his wife, and working with his church community in the area of conflict resolution.