An Introduction to Human Communication: Understanding and Sharing
The eigth edition of this textbook integrates recent research and chapters, whilst continuing to emphasize public speaking. It contains information on small group communication, interviewing, mass communication, and comminicating in the family. Also avaialble are an instructor's manual with test file, microtest, Power Point presentation software and transparencies.
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part FUNDAMENTALS OF COMMUNICATION STUDIES
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