Oral Communication: Speaking Across Cultures
Offers a practical approach to public speaking. This edition links three contemporary developments to the context of public speaking: technological advancements; shifting ethnic and cultural patterns; and an increased awareness of ethical issues. It includes: a chapter on critical thinking; a discussion of ethics in each chapter; and more.
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Understanding Your Listeners
Presenting Your Ideas
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