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Communication and Consequences: Laws of Interaction (Routledge Communication Series) epub ebook

by David Brenders,Robert Norton

Communication and Consequences: Laws of Interaction (Routledge Communication Series) epub ebook

Author: David Brenders,Robert Norton
Category: Relationships
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (November 3, 1995)
Pages: 280 pages
ISBN: 0805820345
ISBN13: 978-0805820348
Rating: 4.2
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This book helps individuals understand the dynamics of change particularly by focusing on enthymematic communication that . The second part examines the primary consequences of interaction in both self and relational identity.

This book helps individuals understand the dynamics of change particularly by focusing on enthymematic communication that can be used to effect change. It demonstrates the simultaneous potential of communication to both constrain and free the individual. Communication creates self-identification as well as relational identity, both of which provide a means of stabilizing the self and simultaneously allowing for change.

By Robert Norton and David Brenders. Routledge Communication Series. This book helps individuals understand the dynamics of change particularly by focusing on enthymematic communication that can be used to effect change. The communicative process allows, sometimes forces, one to make connections about the self and simultaneously how the self relates to the other and the world. The bonus of communicating is that one makes connections with other individuals.

The book approachs communication unlike any other communication book. The authors are serious students of communication with a unique set of insights about interaction. The authors build a foundation that forces logical conclusions. They do it with charm and wit. The writing does not insult, it challenges. All in all, it is a little beauty. You will think about communication differently. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 20 years ago. They practice what they preach with this book

Communication And Consequences book.

Communication And Consequences book.

Communication and consequences by Norton, Robert. Communication and Consequences. Laws of Interaction (Lea's Communication Series). Robert Norton, David Brenders. Published November 1995 by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

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Dr. Brenders is the co-author (with Robert Norton) of the book, Communication and Consequences: Laws of Interaction.

David Brenders holds a P. in communication from Purdue University, and is an Associate Professor in the College of Communication at DePaul. He teach classes in persuasion and argumentation, which include the discussion of argumentation and logical fallacies. Dr.

The communicative process allows, sometimes forces, one to make connections about the self and simultaneously how the self relates to the other and the world. The bonus of communicating is that one makes connections with other individuals. Not only are social connections made, but political, business, spiritual, esoteric, and functional connections as well. Each connection holds the possibility of teaching the person more about the self and the world. This book helps individuals understand the dynamics of change particularly by focusing on enthymematic communication that can be used to effect change. It demonstrates the simultaneous potential of communication to both constrain and free the individual. The first part of the book establishes the theoretical ground by identifying the definitional issues, defining communication, and relating content and style to the sense-making function of interaction. The second part examines the primary consequences of interaction in both self and relational identity. Communication creates self-identification as well as relational identity, both of which provide a means of stabilizing the self and simultaneously allowing for change.
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