Handbook of communication
Communication systems; Some problems of meaning in natural languages; Sociolinguistics; Nonverbal communication; Channels and audiences; The audience; Communication and learning; Communication and children: a developmental approach; Persuasion, resistance and attitude change; Political persuasion; Mass media and interpersonal communication...
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