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COMMUNICATING EFFECTIVELY https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/0073523879.jpeg 11 2015 9780073523873 Now in its eleventh successful edition, Communicating Effectively presents a comprehensive introduction to interpersonal, intercultural, professional, group, and public communication. Providing just the right amount of theory and research, the book is packed with thought-provoking prose and activities that engage student interest. A pragmatic approach enables students to appreciate ideas, concepts, and theories in their own lives.
09780073523873
COMMUNICATING EFFECTIVELY
COMMUNICATING EFFECTIVELY

COMMUNICATING EFFECTIVELY, 11th Edition

ISBN10: 0073523879 | ISBN13: 9780073523873
By Saundra Hybels, Richard Weaver
© 2015

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Now in its eleventh successful edition, Communicating Effectively presents a comprehensive introduction to interpersonal, intercultural, professional, group, and public communication. Providing just the right amount of theory and research, the book is packed with thought-provoking prose and activities that engage student interest. A pragmatic approach enables students to appreciate ideas, concepts, and theories in their own lives.

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Contents

Preface

Part 1 Basic Principles of Communication

Chapter 1 The Communication Process

Chapter 2 Self, Perception, and Communication

Chapter 3 Verbal Communication

Chapter 4 Nonverbal Communication

Part 2 Interpersonal Communication

Chapter 5 Listening

Chapter 6 Interpersonal Relationships

Chapter 7 Evaluating and Improving Relationships

Chapter 8 Communication and Technology

Part 3 Other Forms of Communication

Chapter 9 Conflict and Conflict Management

Chapter 10 Intercultural Communication

Chapter 11 Small-Group Participation and Leadership

Part 4 Communicating in Public

Chapter 12 Getting Started and Finding Speech Material

Chapter 13 Organizing and Outlining the Speech

Chapter 14 Delivering the Speech

Chapter 15 Informative and Persuasive Speeches

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References

Credits

Index

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About the Author

Saundra Hybels

Saundra Hybels teaches communication at Lock Haven University.

Richard Weaver

Richard L. Weaver is a retired Professor of Interpersonal Communication at Bowling Green State University. He has written more than ten textbooks and is the recipient of BGSU’s faculty-excellence award.

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