Communication: Making Connections
Lively, clear, and geared to students' needs, Communication: Making Connections directs students on the path to become more skilled, educated, and competent communicators in their everyday lives. Centered on the authors' belief that communication is about connecting, linking, sharing, participating, bonding, coupling, and joining with others, this text introduces students to the skills and theory of communication. It combines student-oriented case studies, exercises, examples, and the authors' conversational style to draw students into the text and motivate them to learn and understand the basic principles of communication. An integrated emphasis on technology-both in the text itself and in the supplements package-helps students learn about its relationship to communication. -- Provided by publisher
Pearson/Allyn & Bacon
Department of Communication Studies
xxx, 494 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm + 1 CD-ROM + 1 chart
Seiler, William J. and Beall, Melissa L., "Communication: Making Connections" (2005). Faculty Book Gallery. 223.