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Communication and Information Technology in Society : Volume 1-3.

Author: Jolanta Kowal
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016.
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These volumes explore a number of significant and interdisciplinary questions relevant to the wider debate regarding the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in a variety of research fields, including management, education, science, and the media. Bringing together research from European countries currently in a state of transition, all three volumes mark a significant contribution to the wider  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Kowal, Jolanta.
Communication and Information Technology in Society : Volume 1-3.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, ©2015
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jolanta Kowal
ISBN: 1443892157 9781443892155
OCLC Number: 949753952
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Intro; COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN SOCIETY VOLUME 1; COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN SOCIETY VOLUME 2; COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN SOCIETY VOLUME 3; TABLE OF CONTENTS; IN LIEU OF AN INTRODUCTION; COMMUNICATION COMPETENCIESIN THE PROCESS OF SOCIAL CAPITAL CREATION; SOCIAL COMMUNICATION IN THE PROCESSOF ASSISTANCE AND SUPPORT IN CRISIS SITUATIONS; METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF HERMENEUTIC RESEARCHON INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONIN A DIFFICULT LIFE SITUATION- ANALYSIS OF SUICIDES' GOODBYE LETTERS; GENDER COMMUNICATION IN STUDENTS' PERCEPTION. The role of communicationin an organizationwork abuse as a specific form of communicationin the workplace and its effect on emotional costsregarding re-employment; socio-cultural determinantsof the early period of maternity; why doctors should pay close attentionto the way they communicate with patients- on pr regarding the health industry; interpersonal relations as a family health factor; theatre as a place for creating pro-social attitudesand means of communicationwith the world in adolescence; privacy and its risks. Communication in the area of history educationof former nazi concentration camps, as perceivedby the young and the elderly: an eye-tracking analysiscommunication in the developmentof environmental attitudes; table of contents; information and communication technologies (ict)in management --
outline of issues; communication strategies in marketing; it governance --
how to increase the impactof information technology on a firm's performance; marketing communicationsin the network organizations; information and communication technologiesin the management systems of small businesses. Apomediated marketplace: leveraging the powerof direct social interactions for knowledge sharingamong local civil service organisationsin developing countriesbetter public buyers with electronic procurement; industry development conditioningin technology management conducive to innovations; the farmer's social portal and its impacton the management deficits in medium-sized farms; suitability analysis of a new methodfor measuring information technology acceptance. An empirical examining of the claimingabout connection the economic value addedwith the stock return of the polish production sectormission, organization and form of museumsas expressions of culture in "liquid modernity; table of contents; social communication --
outline of issues; 1. real communication; 2. media communication; the impact of parenting style on self-esteemand classroom social status in early adolescents; teachers' opinions on feedback in communicationas an essential part of the educational process; a non-stereotypical image of genderin the process of education; mediation.

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These volumes explore a number of significant and interdisciplinary questions relevant to the wider debate regarding the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in a variety of research fields, including management, education, science, and the media. Bringing together research from European countries currently in a state of transition, all three volumes mark a significant contribution to the wider discussion on the role of ICT in today's world.

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