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A First Look at Communication Theory with Conversations with Communication Theorists CD-ROM 2.0
Release Date: July, 2002
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
This best selling text analyzes the major communication theories at a level appropriate for both lower and upper level courses. The material is presented in a coherent manner and strikes a balance between humanistic, scientific, classical, and contemporary theories. (In contrast to previous editions--no theories have been dropped.) Ethics are covered throughout the text. A First Look at Communication Theory is the most widely used textbook for the communication theory course.
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Posted by Student on 2/18/2009
Book arrived in good time, in great shape. No complaints to the seller.
Incredible overview of several communication theories. A must for any beginning student majoring or minoring in communication--or anyone interested in the field!
Posted by B. Connell on 5/21/2009
Many of the best communication theories are presented in this book and will be enjoyed by all. Whether you're a modern day philosophy seeker or just wanting advice on how to improve communicate in all aspects of your life.
Posted by L. Caulkins on 11/16/2006
Somebody complained that this text is overpriced. I like a low price as much as the next person, but this text is well worth the cost! My other communications texts literally put me to sleep trying to slog through them. Not so with this one! It is engaging, easy to read, and entertaining. Em Griffin writes about the theories in ways that stick in your head so that you can keep things straight a little better. His writing style is clear and doesn't leave you re-reading sentences to make sure you know what they really said. He also incorporates cartoons and film lists that illustrate theory components.
I highly recommend this text.
Posted by Lauren Campbell on 2/2/2009
this book got to me on time, and it's just what i needed for my communications class!