Communication studies addresses the processes invovled in human communication and behavior. There are three types of communication: verbal, involving listening to a person to understand the meaning of a message; written, in which a message is read; and nonverbal communication involving observing a person and inferring meaning. The discipline encompasses a range of topics, from face-to-face conversation to mass media outlets, such as television broadcasting.
- Book: Communication in the Real World - An Introduction to Communication Studies
- Book: Information Strategies for Communicators (Hansen and Paul)
- Book: Organizational Communication - Theory, Research, and Practice
- Book: Human Relations (Dias)
- Book: Exploring Public Speaking (Barton & Tucker)
- Book: Stand up, Speak out - The Practice and Ethics of Public Speaking
- Book: Public Speaking (The Public Speaking Project)
- Book: Media Innovation and Entrepreneurship (Ferrier & Mays)
- Book: Media, Society, Culture and You (Poepsel)
- Book: Media Studies 101 (Media Texthack Team)
- Book: Mass Communication, Media, and Culture
- No image availableBook: Writing for Strategic Communication Industries (Roberts)
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