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COMMUNICATION THEORIES
TRADITION
MASS COMMUNICATION
HUMAN COMMUNICATION
RESEARCH
SOCIAL
ED
AMP
THEORETICAL
COMMUNICATION THEORY
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Definitions

  1. Communication theory is a numerical measure of the uncertainty of an outcome.

Communication Theories

  1. In communication theory, the inoculation effect refers to a strategy of prejudicing one's audience against an opposing argument they may hear in the future.
  2. Communication Theory staff will process manuscripts in a prompt and professional fashion.

Tradition

  1. Every tradition of communication theory is challenged to conceptualize new technology. (Web site)
  2. A second tradition of communication theory, originated in its modern form by Locke, is semiotics, the study of signs. (Web site)
  3. The ideas that surround this, and in particular the place of persuasion, remain constants across both the "traditions" and "levels" of communication theory.

Mass Communication

  1. Furthermore, communication theory itself is, in many ways, an attempt to describe and explain precisely what communication is.

Human Communication

  1. Heath, R. L., & Bryant, J. (1992). Human communication theory and research: Concepts, contexts, & challenges.
  2. Harper, N. (1979). Human communication theory: The history of a paradigm.

Research

  1. Costello, D. (1977). Health communication theory and research: An overview. (Web site)
  2. Research into interpersonal communication theory typically focuses on the development, maintenance, and dissolution of relationships. (Web site)

Social

  1. Communication theory is thus inextricably bound up with the cultural evolution of communication as a social practice. (Web site)
  2. This book approaches communication theory from a biographical perspective, in an attempt to show theory development within a social context.

Ed

  1. Griffin, E. (1994). A first look at communication theory (2nd ed.).
  2. Griffin, E. (1997). A first look at communication theory (3rd ed.). (Web site)
  3. Griffin, E. (2000). A first look at communication theory (4th ed.). (Web site)

Amp

  1. Bostrom, R. N., & Donohew, R. L. (1992). The case for empiricism: Clarifying fundamental issues in communication theory. (Web site)
  2. In M. Salwen & D. W. Stacks (Eds.), An integrated approach to communication theory and research (pp. (Web site)

Theoretical

  1. Postmodernism is the latest theoretical perspective to have impacted social and communication theory.
  2. It illustrates one way in which theoretical metadiscourse-the formal discourse of communication theory-can be used in practical metadiscourse.

Communication Theory

  1. Mass communication theory; foundations, ferment, and future, 4th ed.

Categories

  1. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Information > Communication
  2. Glossaries > Glossary of Communication /

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