Effective Small Group Communication in Theory and Practice
Effective Small Group Communication in Theory and Practice combines discussions of theory with practical applications in order to ease and enhance reader comprehension. Praised for its clear, interesting writing and engaging use of narratives, this book helps readers understand the relevance and importance of small groups in all walks of life. Along with attention to ethical issues, teams, technology, and classic and contemporary research, this book provides readers with a realistic set of practical tools to use both in a classroom setting and beyond. For anyone interested in practical applications for small group communication.
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The Nature and Uses of Small Groups
The Process of Group Formation
Expected Patterns of Behavior
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