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Building upon a rich legacy, the new edition of The Rhetoric of Western Thought provides readers with a comprehensive understanding of rhetoric from its inception in the ancient world, to its present day expression in contemporary practice and scholarship.
The 11th edition gives deliberate attention to the voices, bodies, and humans that are too often forgotten or silenced in the history of rhetoric.
Author(s): Henry L Roubicek
Unlike the metamorphosis that occurs to a butterfly or a frog, telling a story will probably not dramatically alter your character, physical structure, or even circumstances. However, as a storyteller, you can imagine it did.
Anchored by the need to write about storytelling in a human way, So, What’s Your Story? Discovering the Story in You weaves theory and practice while infusing exercises and examples to help demonstrate and support vital storytelling principles.
Author(s): RICHARD A. WILBER
Media Matters presents undergraduate students with the essential information and tools needed to become media literate and more critical in their media consumption. Spanning traditional print books to modern mass-media systems, Media Matters utilizes an engaging opening narrative to each medium followed by an easily accessible, informative text.
Designed for introductory mass communication courses, Media Matters:
Introduction to Sport Management: Theory and Practice bridges the theoretical-practical divide by providing students with practical perspectives on today’s sport management issues, based upon sound theoretical frameworks. Introduction to Sport Management introduces readers to the complex nature of today’s sport industry and offers advice from sport-industry insiders.
Introduction to Sport Management: Theory and Practice:
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Based on requests from instructors, Dianne H.B. Welsh and Shawn M. Carraher have compiled global cases that can be used alone or in conjunction with Global Entrepreneurship, 3rd edition through Kendall Hunt Publishing.
Author(s): Maria Brann
Contemporary Case Studies in Health Communication: Theoretical & Applied Approaches utilizes 28 cases on diverse topics in health communication to develop the reader’s critical thinking skills – thus helping them become more informed health care advocates. By focusing on a variety of topics and utilizing various methodological and theoretical approaches, readers are exposed to real world health complexities and challenged to consider multiple perspectives and resolutions to the cases.
Editors Dawn O. Braithwaite and Julia T. Wood put the proven concept of active learning to work for interpersonal communication students.
Now available in a convenient and affordable ($30) electronic format, the NEW second edition of Casing Interpersonal Communication expands on traditional interpersonal communication textbooks by immersing students in real life situations.
Easily adaptable to any existing interpersonal communication textbook, Casing Interpersonal Communication:
Social Problems: A Case Study Approach helps students identify with the social problem at hand through a case study at the start of each chapter. The case study provides a common reference point for discussions and questions and helps students relate to the experiences presented.
Social Problems: A Case Study Approach:
Intercultural Communication: Building Relationships and Skills provides clear explanations of relevant communication theories and practical advice for improving communication skills. This text is designed to introduce students to the most important concepts, theories, and strategies related to intercultural communication. It enables students to establish and maintain satisfying relationships with people from other countries and cultures.
Intercultural Communication presents topics among 10 chapters: