Perspectives on listening

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Ablex Pub., Jul 1, 1993 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 294 pages
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This book provides listening researchers, educators, and practitioners with an analysis of listening behavior from current perspectives developed by scholars concerned with the way humans process oral messages. The chapters offer a useful base for applying what the authors know about the complexities of listening to improving listening skills in personal relationships, academic, work, and social settings. Contributors from communication, education, psychology, reading, audiology, and learning skills fields offer their perspectives on how we can understand listening, extending our present theoretical base into exciting new dimensions.

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Contents

A Perspective of Listening Skills
1
A Listening Taxonomy
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Human Information Processing
23
Copyright

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