Human Communication Theory: Comparative Essays

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Harper & Row, Jan 1, 1982 - Reference - 299 pages
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Although it is not a new label or title, human communication theory is as old as the human race in terms of its presence in the daily affairs of men and women. People have always looked for reasons underlying their communicative successes and failures--reasons that could then be used to guide their future communicative efforts.

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Charles R Berger and William Douglas
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Vernon E Cronen W Barnett Pearce and Linda M Harris
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Donald P Cushman Barry Valentinsen and David Dietrich
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