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Interpersonal Communication

ISBN-10: 0205472885
ISBN-13: 9780205472888
Edition: 11th 2007 (Revised)
Authors: Joseph A. DeVito
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List price: $106.40
Edition: 11th
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 432
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.870
Language: English

Interpersonal Communication Preliminaries
Universals of Interpersonal Communication
The Importance of Interpersonal Communication
The Nature of Interpersonal Communication Characteristics of Interpersonal
Communication Forms of Interpersonal
Communication Purposes of Interpersonal
Communication Elements of Interpersonal
Communication Source
Receiver Encoding
Decoding Messages
Channel Noise
Context Ethics Competence
Axioms of Interpersonal
Communication Interpersonal
Communication Is a Transactional Process Interpersonal
Communication Is Ambiguous Interpersonal
Relationships May Be Symmetrical or Complementary Interpersonal
Communication Refers to Content and Relationship Interpersonal
Communication Is a Series of Punctuated Events Interpersonal
Communication Is Inevitable, Irreversible, and Unrepeatable
Reviewing Applying Experiencing
Culture in Interpersonal Communication Culture and Interpersonal Communication
The Nature of Culture
The Relevance of Culture
The Aim of a Cultural Perspective
How Cultures Differ Power Distances
Masculine and Feminine Cultures
Individual and Collective Orientation High- and Low-Context
Cultures Intercultural Communication
A Model of Intercultural Communication
Principles for Improving Intercultural Communication
Reviewing Applying Experiencing
The Self in Interpersonal Communication
Dimensions of the Self
Influences on Self-Disclosure
Rewards of Self-Disclosure
Dangers of Self- Disclosure: Risks
Ahead Guidelines for Self-Disclosure Communication Apprehension
The Nature of Communication Apprehension
Theories of Communication Apprehension
Management Reviewing Applying Experiencing
Perception in Interpersonal Communication
Stages of Perception
Stage One: Stimulation
Stage Two: Organization
Stage Three: Interpretation Evaluation
Stage Four: Memory
Stage Five: Recall Implications of the Model of Perception
Perceptual Processes Self-Fulfilling Prophecy Implicit Personality
Theory Perceptual Accentuation Primacy
Recency Consistency Attribution Increasing Accuracy in Interpersonal
Perception Analyze Perceptions Check Perceptions
Reduce Uncertainty Increase
Cultural Sensitivity Reviewing Applying Experiencing
Listening in Interpersonal Communication Stages of Listening Stage One: Receiving Stage Two: Understanding Stage Three: Remembering Stage Four: Evaluating Stage Five: Responding Implications of the Model of Listening Styles of Effective Listening Empathic and Objective Listening Nonjudgmental and Critical Listening Surface and Depth Listening Active and Inactive Listening Culture, Gender, and Listening Culture and Listening Gender and Listening Reviewing Applying Experiencing II. MESSAGES: VERBAL AND NONVERBAL
Universals of Verbal and Nonverbal Messages
The Interaction of Verbal and Nonverbal Messages Meaning
Principles Meanings
Are in People Meanings
Are More than Words and Gestures Meanings
Are Unique Meanings
Are Context-Based Message Principles Messages
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