Oral Communication: Speaking Across Cultures

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McGraw Hill, 1998 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 434 pages
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Leading the way in the integration of cultural material into the public speaking course, the new edition of Oral Communication features expanded coverage of cultural diversity and ethics while also including much new information on the uses of electronic technology in speech making. A new two-color design adds to the visual appeal of the book.

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Your First Speeches Getting Started
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Listeners
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