Key Themes In Interpersonal Communication

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Nov 1, 2007 - Social Science - 217 pages
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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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Contents

Introduction
1
How Models Contribute to our Understanding of Interpersonal Communication
6
Chapter 2 Exploration of the Nature of Identity
48
Chapter 3 Groups Roles and Identities
66
Chapter 4 Social Identities
96
Chapter 5 Nonverbal Communication Culture and Consumption
126
Chapter 6 Crosscultural Communication
147
Chapter 7 Identity Culture and Outsiders
170
References
190
Index
201
Back cover
219
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Anne Hill is Programme Group Leader for Advertising and Communication at Southampton Solent University, UK. With James Watson, she is co-author of Dictionary of Media and Communication, now in its seventh edition.

James Watson is a former journalist and has worked in further and higher education for many years. He led the team that created the BA in Media and Communication, run in partnership between the University of Greenwich and West Kent College, UK.

Danny Rivers is Lecturer in Film and Cultural Studies at West Kent College and currently course leader for the BA Media and Communication course run by West Kent College/University of Greenwich, UK.

Mark Joyce is Senior Lecturer in Communication Studies and course leader for the BA Media Communication at Southampton Solent University, UK.

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