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Communication

Author : Daniel M. Dunn
ISBN : 9781315506357
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Communication: Embracing Difference, 4e, stresses the importance of understanding and celebrating difference as a means to becoming a more effective communicator. This text describes basic communication theory in everyday, non-technical terms and offers students an abundance of opportunities to analyze, understand, practice, and apply skills to real-life situations presented in the book and encountered in their own daily lives. Communication: Embracing Difference emphasizes the practical application of communication skills in interpersonal, small group, and public settings, which will help students become more confident and successful communicators. Targeting both mainstream students and non-traditional students who range widely in age, ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation, social roles, and socio-economic status, this text is designed with an overall approach that resonates with the diverse student populations making up so many campuses today.

Communication

Author : Daniel M. Dunn
ISBN : 0321088239
Genre : Performing Arts
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Communication: Embracing Difference is the first hybrid communication text to stress the importance of understanding and celebrating difference as a means to becoming a more effective communicator. This new hybrid text targets both mainstream students and non-traditional students who range widely in age, ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation, social roles, and socio-economic status. Many of these students are parents; many work full time or even hold more than one job; many are the first in their family to go to college. Communication: Embracing Difference uses examples and an overall approach that are designed to resonate with the diverse student population that makes up so many campuses today. The text describes basic communication theory in everyday, non-technical terms and offers students an abundance of opportunities to analyze, understand, practice, and apply skills to real-life situations presented in the book and encountered in their own daily lives. Communication: Embracing Difference emphasizes the practical application of communication skills in interpersonal, small group, and public settings.

Communication Embracing Difference

Author : CTI Reviews
ISBN : 9781467220002
Genre : Education
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Facts101 is your complete guide to Communication , Embracing Difference. In this book, you will learn topics such as Listening, Verbal Communication, Nonverbal Communication, and Understanding Ourselves and Others plus much more. With key features such as key terms, people and places, Facts101 gives you all the information you need to prepare for your next exam. Our practice tests are specific to the textbook and we have designed tools to make the most of your limited study time.

Communication

Author : Daniel M. Dunn
ISBN : 0205688128
Genre : Performing Arts
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This third edition has continued its staple as a text that relates the student to the concepts. By describing basic communication theories in everyday, non-technical terms, the emphasis on practical situations in the book helps students to connect the examples to their daily lives. Communication: Embracing Difference presents a clear format that stresses the importance of understanding and celebrating inter-relational differences within communication. Up-to-date examples of communication among interpersonal, small group, and public settings, allows the student to apply the concepts and theories learned, enabling them to become more confident and successful communicators. Emphasizing a target audience of a diverse population, the overall approach of this text resonates with the communicator of today.

Communication

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Communication And Learning

Author : Paul Witt
ISBN : 9781501502446
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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In this volume, leading scholars address what is known about the strategic role of interpersonal communication in the teaching/learning process. When spoken communication is the primary vehicle that carries instruction from teacher to learner, the teacher's skillful and strategic use of language has an impact on learning outcomes. This Handbook serves both teachers and learners by surveying the cumulative findings of research and experience.

Flex

Author : Jane Hyun
ISBN : 9780062248534
Genre : Business & Economics
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Renowned executive coaches and global leadership strategists Jane Hyun and Audrey S. Lee offer lessons on the vital skill of “Flexing”—the art of switching leadership styles to more effectively lead people who are different from you, allowing managers to successfully manage the multicultural workers of today and tomorrow. Flex offers a proactive strategy for managers to navigate and leverage diversity effectively in this new global economy, showing managers how to: understand the power gap, the social distance between you and those in the workplace of different cultures, ages, and gender; flex your management style, by stretching how you work and communicate with others, and bridging the gap with more effective communication, feedback tools and building healthy teams; and multiply the effect, by teaching these skills to others and closing the power gap with clients, customers, and partners to create innovative solutions. Creating flex in a company’s management style will impact all aspects of developing the talent you have, attracting future talent and building relationships with customers in this competitive marketplace. Now, Flex: The New Playbook for Managing Across Differences shows you how.

Vocabulary Simplified

Author : Kathleen T. McWhorter
ISBN : 0321087267
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Brief and inexpensive, this vocabulary worktext contains concise instruction and extensive practice exercises on dictionary and thesaurus usage, context clues, and word parts. Included are practice exercises for each topic, which integrate chapter content and demonstrate relevance to the readings. A variety of formats is used to maintain interest and motivation. Exercises integrate chapter content and demonstrate relevance to the readings. High-Utility Word Lists, arranged by academic discipline, enlarge readers' general vocabulary while offering practice exercises to strengthen and sustain interest. Website cross references direct readers to visit suggested sites for skill reinforcement and practice. "Vocabulary for the 21st Century" section explores interesting features of language while expanding word awareness. "Exploring Language" boxes stimulate interest in language and introduce unique features of the English Language. For those interested in expanding their vocabulary.

Essays On Writing

Author : Lizbeth A. Bryant
ISBN : 0205521444
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Essays on Writing explores social and cultural facets of writing as well as practices of writing in a brief inexpensive reader.

Navigating Differences

Author : John Dececco, Phd
ISBN : 9781136382994
Genre : Social Science
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Navigating Differences: Friendships Between Gay and Straight Men is a one-of-a-kind cross-sexual study that shows you how today’s gay and straight men build, maintain, and foster true friendships. In this activist, participatory study, you’ll get a day-in-the-life look at 44 pairs of cross-sexual men’s friendships and see what helps them negotiate the terrain of their emotional, sexual, psychological, and social differences in today’s climate of often publicly defended homophobia and heterosexism. Navigating Differences succeeds in bringing the true picture of cross-sexual men’s relationships to you, regardless of your personal orientation or political affiliation. You’ll find information--straight from the lives of the study’s participants--that shows you how different sexual orientations impact the way men spend time together, maintain friendships, cope with sexual struggles, and open good communication channels. Most importantly, you’ll get detailed facts and feedback concerning: hegemonic masculinity embracing, struggling with, and ignoring differences group demographic characteristics embeddedness and emotional communication outness in-groups, out-groups, and reference groups Hearsay and prejudice might claim to know what gay and straight men think of each other, but Navigating Differences replaces rumors with research and shows you what really keeps gay and straight men in lasting friendships in all arenas of life. You’ll learn firsthand what it takes to overcome differences and what it means to turn difference into meaningful relationships.

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