Handbook of communication science

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Sage publications, Aug 1, 1987 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 946 pages
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The Handbook of Communication Science is the first authoritative, single-volume reference to synthesize and develop the varying perspectives and approaches within the field.

An outstanding list of contributors provides a comprehensive overview of: mass communication; interpersonal communication; organizational communication; intercultural communication; and health communication.

This indispensable volume covers all facets of communication science, from the historical and theoretical to the practical and applied. With incisive analyses, literature reviews, thorough bibliographies and suggestions for future research, the Handbook of Communication Science is a pioneering collection and essential reference resource for scholars, practitioners and students.

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Preface
9
OVERVIEWS
15
What Communication Scientists
99
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CHARLES R. BERGER (Ph.D., Michigan State University) is professor in the Department of Communication at the University of California, Davis. His research interests include message production processes and the processing of threat-related messages by intuitive and rational systems. He is a former editor of Human Communication Research and co-editor (with Sandra Ball Rokeach) of Communication Research. He is currently a member of several editorial boards of communication journals. He is a Fellow and a Past President of the International Communication Association. Berger has published a three-digit integer’s worth of articles and book chapters. Among the books he has published are Language and Social Knowledge: Uncertainty in Interpersonal Relations (with James J. Bradac); a volume which received both the NCA Golden Anniversary Book Award and the ICA Fellows Book Award. Social Cognition and Communication (with Michael E. Roloff) received a book award from NCA’s Social Cognition Division. He also co-edited the first edition of the Handbook of Communication Science (with Steven H. Chaffee) and Communication and Social Influence Processes (with Michael Burgoon). His book Planning Strategic Interaction: Attaining Goals through Communicative Action received the NCA Interpersonal Communication Division’s Gerald R. Miller Book Award. He is co-recipient (with Judee Burgoon) of NCA’s Mark Knapp Award. He is currently an area editor for the International Encyclopedia of Communication.

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