Human Communication Theory: Comparative Essays
Although it is not a new label or title, human communication theory is as old as the human race in terms of its presence in the daily affairs of men and women. People have always looked for reasons underlying their communicative successes and failures--reasons that could then be used to guide their future communicative efforts.
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analysis Applegate approach assumptions attitude behavior Berger cation coding cognitive complexity communica concept constructivism constructivist context coordination Crockett Cronen cultural Cushman Dance Delia developmental disciplines discussion domain empirical empiricism episode epistemology essays evaluation example factors field focus free-response data function goals human communication theory implications individual individual's intent interpersonal attraction interpersonal communication interpersonal relationships involved Journal of Personality Langer logic meaning measures methodology Miller munication nature nication O'Keefe objective self-awareness observation Ordinary Language Philosophy organization Paper presented participants particular patterns Paul Watzlawick perception phenomena philosophy philosophy of science practical syllogism pragmatic perspective prediction questions reality rela relational development rules theories script Selected citations relevant self-awareness self-consciousness situations Social Psychology sociological specific speech acts Speech Communication spoken language strategies structure syllogism symbolic interaction symbolic interactionism system theory theme theoretical theorists tion understanding variables Watzlawick World View York