Using Communication Theory : An Introduction to Planned Communication Paperback
"Using Communication Theory was a rarity in bridging the gap between ideas and practice.
It was itself a model of good communication and in its second, revised edition, it is still a most reliable and accessible guide to the lessons that communication theory and research offer to practitioners, especially in planning for change." - Denis McQuail, Professor Emeritus, University of Amsterdam "Using Communication Theory has become a classic in the education of communication.
It is the comprehensive and self-evident source for theories and models, forming the base for the study of professions requiring communication planning." - Larsake Larsson, Orebro University What does theory have to do with the practice of communication?
Communication planning is used daily by thousands of people: public relations practitioners, technical writers, information campaigners, advertising professionals, organization consultants, educators, health communicators and more. Without a solid understanding of communication theory, practitioners have difficulty getting their messages heard.
The second edition of this best-selling textbook has been updated with the student firmly in mind. With new learning features that directly engage with the practical side of theory, students will: * Practice what they learn with activities and exercises. * Apply their own experiences to theory through prompts to reflection. * Consolidate their learning with highlighted definitions and lists of key terms. * Take it further with boxed excerpts from classic texts.
Showing how theories relate directly to the planning and experience of effective communication, Using Communication Theory - 2nd Edition provides indispensable insights into the practical nature of communication theory.
In today's landscape of communication overload, this book remains an essential, authoritative guide for both students and practitioners.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 312 pages, black & white tables, figures
- Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
- Publication Date: 18/11/2008
- Category: Communication studies
- ISBN: 9781412948395
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