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Looking out/looking in : interpersonal communication

Author: Ronald B Adler; Neil Towne
Publisher: New York : Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, ©1987.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 5th edView all editions and formats
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This popular text motivates students to improve their interpersonal skills and sharpen their critical understanding of the process of communication. Through thoughtful, diverse examples that include fine art, music, poetry, film, and more, students can consistently see the importance of interpersonal communication and how it affects their society and their lives.
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Adler, Ronald B. (Ronald Brian), 1946-
Looking out/looking in.
New York : Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, ©1987
(OCoLC)760092158
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ronald B Adler; Neil Towne
ISBN: 0030076935 9780030076930
OCLC Number: 13796177
Description: xiv, 388 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
Contents: Part 1 Looking In --
Ch. 1. A First Look --
Ch. 2. The Self-Concept: Key to Communication --
Ch. 3. Perception: What You See Is What You Get --
Ch. 4. Emotions: Thinking and Feeling --
Part 2 Looking Out --
Ch. 5. Language: Words, Things, and People --
Ch. 6. Nonverbal Communication: Messages Without Words --
Ch. 7. Listening vs. Hearing --
Part 3 Looking at Relationships --
Ch. 8. Understanding Interpersonal Relationships --
Ch. 9. Improving Interpersonal Relationships --
Ch. 10. Resolving Interpersonal Conflicts.
Responsibility: Ronald B. Adler, Neil Towne.

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This popular text motivates students to improve their interpersonal skills and sharpen their critical understanding of the process of communication. Through thoughtful, diverse examples that include fine art, music, poetry, film, and more, students can consistently see the importance of interpersonal communication and how it affects their society and their lives.

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