Watershed Research Traditions in Human Communication Theory (SUNY series, Human Communication Processes)

By: Cushman, Donald P.

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This sampling of watershed research traditions in interpersonal, organizational, and mass communication manifests how communication theory is developed, defended and extended at a philosophical, theoretical and practical level of inquiry from a plurality of research perspectives.

The book includes the foundational works of Pearce, Cronen, and Associates on the coordinated management of meaning; Berger, Gudykunst, and Associates on uncertainty and anxiety reduction theory; Cushman, Nicotera and Associates on the communication rules involved in establishing and maintaining interpersonal relationships; Delia, Clark, and Associates on constructivism; Deetz, Mumby, and Associates on critical theory; Desmond and Associates on mass communication theory; Sanders and Gottman on communication sequences; Cushman, King, and Associates on high-speed management; and Philipsen and Associates on the ethnography of communication.

Title: Watershed Research Traditions in Human Communication Theory (SUNY series, Human Communication Processes)

Author Name: Cushman, Donald P.

Categories: Communication,

Publisher: SUNY Press: 1995-08-31

ISBN Number: 0791425975

ISBN Number 13: 9780791425978

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 0791425975-01