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Communication Yearbook 14

Author: James A Anderson
Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor & Francis, 2011.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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""The Communication Yearbook annuals"" publish diverse, state-of-the-discipline literature reviews that advance knowledge and understanding of communication systems, processes, and impacts across the discipline. Sponsored by the International Communication Association, each volume provides a forum for the exchange of interdisciplinary and internationally diverse scholarship relating to communication in its many  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Periodicals
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Anderson, James A.
Communication Yearbook 14
Hoboken : Taylor & Francis, c2011
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James A Anderson
ISBN: 9780203856772 0203856775
OCLC Number: 798534129
Notes: Commentries: Leadership Research: Some Issues: G. Lloyd Drecksel.
Description: 1 online resource (593 p.)
Contents: Front Cover; Commuication Yearbook 14; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Section 1: Media Studies: Audiences, Industries, and Assessment; 1. When Is Meaning? Communication Theory, Pragmatism, and Mass Media Reception: Klaus Bruhn Jensen; Commentries: Semiological Struggles: John Fiske; Commentries: The Search for Media Meaning: Horace M. Newcomb; 2. Media Use in Childhood and Adolescence: Invariant Change? Some Results from a Swedish Research Program: Karl Erik Rosengren; Commentries: Children's and Adolescents' Media Use: Some Methodological Reflections: Cecilia von Feilitzen. Commentries: Nothing Lasts Forever: Instability in Longitudinal Studies of Media and Society: John P. Murray3. Media Performance Assessment in the Public Interest: Principles and Methods: Denis Mcquail; Commentries: Atlas Shrugged: Assessing the Media Performance Assessment Domain: Douglas Birkhead; Commentries: Into the Twilight Zone: Jan servaes; 4. A Media Industry Perspective: Jeremy Tunstall; Organizational Media Theory: James A. Danowski; Section 2: Public Opinion and Public Influence; 5. Propaganda and American Ideological Critique: J. Michael Sproule. Commentries: Propaganda Critique: The Forgotten History of American Communication Studies: Garth S. JowettCommentries: Critical Rhetoric and Propaganda Studies: Raymie E. Mckerrow; 6. The Theory of Public Opinion: The Concept of the Spiral of Silence: Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann; Commentries: Reflections on the ""Spiral of Silence"": Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi; Commentries: Silent Majorities and Loud Minorities: Serge Moscovici; 7. Setting the Media's Agenda: A Power Balance Perspective: Stephen D. Reese; Commentries: Reflecting on Metaphors: Lee B. Becker. Commentries: Agenda-Setting: Power and Contingency: D. Charles WhitneySection 3: Interpersonal Influence: Confrontation and Argumentation; 8. The Episodic Nature of Social Confrontation: Sara E. Newell and Randall K. Stutman; Commentries: Interpretive and Structural Claims About Confrontations: Joseph P. Folger; Commentries: Alignment Talk and Social Confrontation: G.H. Morris; 9. Strategies of Reasoning in Spontaneous Discourse: Mary Louise Willbrand and Richard D. Rieke; Commentries: Reasoning as a Critical Thinking Skill: Donald F. Tibbits. Commentries: Strategies of Reasoning: Stephen Toulmin10. Interpersonal Attraction and Attitude Similarity: A Communication-Based Assessment: Michael Sunnajtank; Commentries: On the Paradigm That Would Not Die: Arthur P. Bochner; Commentries: The Generalizability of the Communication to Attraction Relationship to Intercultural Communication: Repulsion or Attraction?: Steven T. McDermott; Section 4: Leadership and Relationships; 11. Cognitive Processes in Leadership: Interpreting and Handling Events in an Organizational Context: Mark F. Peterson and Ritch L. Sorenson.

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""The Communication Yearbook annuals"" publish diverse, state-of-the-discipline literature reviews that advance knowledge and understanding of communication systems, processes, and impacts across the discipline. Sponsored by the International Communication Association, each volume provides a forum for the exchange of interdisciplinary and internationally diverse scholarship relating to communication in its many forms. This volume re-issues the yearbook from 1991.

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