Key Themes In Interpersonal Communication
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Nov 1, 2007 - Social Science - 217 pages
This introductory text explores the socio-cultural surround in which interpersonal communication takes place, and considers the interface between interpersonal and mass communication.
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How Models Contribute to our Understanding of Interpersonal Communication
Chapter 2 Exploration of the Nature of Identity
Chapter 3 Groups Roles and Identities
Chapter 4 Social Identities
Chapter 5 Nonverbal Communication Culture and Consumption
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