Introducing Communication Theory: Analysis and Application6th Edition
Part One: Foundations
COMMUNICATION, THEORY, AND RESEARCH
1- Thinking About Communication: Definitions, Models, and Ethics
2- Thinking About the Field: Traditions and Contexts
3- Thinking About Theory and Research
Part Two: Theories and Theoretical Thinking
THE SELF AND MESSAGES
4- Symbolic Interaction Theory
5- Coordinated Management of Meaning
6- Cognitive Dissonance Theory
7- Expectancy Violations Theory
8- Uncertainty Reduction Theory
9- Social Exchange Theory
10- Social Penetration Theory
11- Relational Dialectics Theory
12- Communication Privacy Management Theory
13- Social Information Processing Theory
GROUPS, TEAMS, AND ORGANIZATIONS
15- Structuration Theory
16- Organizational Culture Theory
17- Organizational Information Theory
18- The Rhetoric
20- The Narrative Paradigm
21- Agenda Setting Theory
22- Spiral of Silence Theory
23- Uses and Gratifications Theory
24- Cultivation Theory
25- Cultural Studies
26- Media Ecology Theory
CULTURE AND DIVERSITY
27- Face-Negotiation Theory
28- Communication Accommodation Theory
29- Muted Group Theory
30- Feminist Standpoint Theory
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