In the Company of Others: An Introduction to Communication

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Mayfield Pub., 1999 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 534 pages
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A survey text designed to provide an overview of the field of human communication, In the Company of Others covers the major communication issues discussed in an introduction to communication course.

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Contents

Communication Competence
7
Perception of Self and Others
31
Intercultural Communication
59
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

J. Dan Rothwell is chair of the Communication Studies Department at Cabrillo College. He has a BA in American History from the University of Portland (Oregon) and an MA and PhD from the University of Oregon. He is the author of three other books: IN THE COMPANY OF OTHERS: AN INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION, TELLING IT LIKE IT ISN'T: LANGUAGE MISUSE AND MALPRACTICE, and (with James Costigan) INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION: INFLUENCES AND ALTERNATIVES. Dr. Rothwell is currently coauthoring a general psychology textbook with Terry Fetterman and David Douglass, psychology professors at Cabrillo College. During his extensive teaching career, Dr. Rothwell has received a dozen teaching awards.

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