The Interpersonal Communication Book
This textbook identifies the key elements of communication, the implications of both verbal and non-verbal messages, and skills to develop for successful relationships. New to the ninth edition is a unit on interpersonal communication and relationships in the workplace. Annotation c. Book News, Inc.
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INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION PRELIMINARIES
Elements of Interpersonal Communication
Axioms of Interpersonal Communication
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