Interviewing: Principles and Practices, 16th Edition
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Interviewing: Principles and Practices, the most widely used text for the interviewing course, continues to reflect the growing sophistication with which interviewing is being approached, incorporating the ever-expanding body of research in all types of interview settings, recent communication theory, and the importance of equal opportunity laws on interviewing practices. It provides the most thorough treatment of the basics of interviewing, including the complex interpersonal communication process, types and uses of questions, and the structuring of interviews from opening to closing.
Chapter 1 An Introduction to Interviewing
Chapter 2 An Interactional, Collaborative Communication Process
Chapter 3 Questions and Their Uses
Chapter 4 Structuring the Interview
Chapter 5 The Informational Interview
Chapter 6 The Survey Interview
Chapter 7 The Recruiting Interview
Chapter 8 The Employment Interview
Chapter 9 The Performance Review Interview
Chapter 10 The Persuasive Interview
Chapter 11 The counseling Interview
Chapter 12 The Health Care Interview
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