Kathleen S. Verderber , Rudolph F. Verderber , Deanna D. Now in its 14th edition, this ground-breaking, market-leading fundamentals of human communication text helps readers improve their communication competency by becoming proficient in using theory and research-grounded communication skills. Praised for its clear and concise writing style, this new edition includes increased coverage of how technology and social media are changing communication practices and offers guidelines for best practice. Lively contemporary examples and sample speeches ground theory, increase comprehension, and help readers become skillful communicators.
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Rudolph F. Verderber, Distinguished Teaching Professor of Communication Emeritus at the University of Cincinnati and former National Speaker's Association Professor of the Year is one of the all-time best-selling communication studies authors.
The strength of his basic texts lies in his ability to explain and exemplify concepts, theories, and skills to introductory level students. Kathleen S. Verderber Ph. She holds an M. Verderber has consulted with various civic, professional, and business organizations. She has published numerous articles in several journals, and has presented papers at communication and management conferences. Verderber , Kathleen S.
This practical text introduces students to the basic process of human communication covering interpersonal communication, small group communication, and public speaking , emphasizing skills and encouraging students to evaluate themselves and set goals to master those skills.
Communication Perspective 4. Perception of Self and Others. Preface XVlll. Wadsworth series in speech communication.
Kathleen S. Verderber has consulted with various civic, professional, and business organizations. She has published numerous articles in several journals and has presented papers at communication and management conferences. Rudolph F.