Communication: Principles for a Lifetime, 7th edition
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A five-principles approach that helps students build practical communication skills
Revel™ Communication: Principles for a Lifetime was designed to address the biggest challenge when teaching Introduction to Communication: how to present the variety of fundamental theory and skills without overwhelming learners. By organizing the text around five key principles of communication, authors Steven Beebe, Susan Beebe, and Diana Ivy help students to see the interplay among communication concepts, skills, and contexts. The 7th Edition has been updated with new coverage of social media communication strategies, more videos integrated into the chapter, and the transition of previously static figures into interactive content.
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Table of contents
1. Identifying Foundations of Human Communication
2. Exploring Self-Awareness and Communication
3. Understanding Verbal Messages
4. Understanding Nonverbal Messages
5. Listening and Responding
6. Adapting to Others: Diversity and Communication
UNIT II: INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
7. Understanding Interpersonal Communication
8. Enhancing Relationships
UNIT III: COMMUNICATING IN GROUPS AND TEAMS
9. Understanding Group and Team Performance
10. Enhancing Group and Team Performance
UNIT IV: PUBLIC SPEAKING
11. Developing Your Speech
12. Organizing and Outlining Your Speech
13. Delivering Your Speech
14. Speaking to Inform
15. Speaking to Persuade
Appendix A: Interviewing
Appendix B: Sample Speeches for Discussion and Evaluation
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Published by Pearson (January 26th 2018) - Copyright © 2019