Communication Research: Strategies and Sources
Wadsworth Thomson Learning, 2000 - Communication - 317 pages
This text presents strategies for selecting, refining, and researching communication topics, placing special emphasis on using library resources to search for literature. It demystifyies the research process by teaching students library skills, scholarly writing, and acquainting them with the latest research technology tools.
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