The Routledge Communication Series covers the breadth of the communication discipline, from interpersonal communication to public relations, offering textbooks, handbooks, and scholarly reference materials.
Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication
Statistical Methods for Communication Science
Communication Research Measures A Sourcebook
Media Education Assessment Handbook
Text Analysis for the Social Sciences Methods for Drawing Statistical Inferences From Texts and Transcripts
Televised Presidential Debates and Public Policy
Edited By Anita L. Vangelisti
January 19, 2022
This third edition again brings together interdisciplinary contributions to provide a comprehensive and multifaceted resource that reflects the breadth and depth of research on family communication and family relationships. Chapters continue to address theoretical and methodological issues ...
By Arthur A. Raney
December 31, 2021
Edited By Teresa L. Thompson, Nancy Grant Harrington
September 30, 2021
A seminal text in the field, this new edition of The Routledge Handbook of Health Communication provides students and scholars with a comprehensive survey of the subject’s key research foundations and trends, authored by the discipline’s leading scholars. The third edition has been completely ...
Edited By Robert L. Heath, H. Dan O'Hair
May 06, 2010
The Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication explores the scope and purpose of risk, and its counterpart, crisis, to facilitate the understanding of these issues from conceptual and strategic perspectives. Recognizing that risk is a central feature of our daily lives, found in relationships, ...
By Andrew F. Hayes
November 24, 2015
Statistical Methods for Communication Science is the only statistical methods volume currently available that focuses exclusively on statistics in communication research. Writing in a straightforward, personal style, author Andrew F. Hayes offers this accessible and thorough introduction to ...
By Rebecca B. Rubin, Philip Palmgreen, Howard E. Sypher
June 09, 2009
The development of communication as a discipline has resulted in an explosion of scales tapping various aspects of interpersonal, mass, organizational, and instructional communication. This sourcebook brings together scales that measure a variety of important communication constructs. The ...
Edited By William G. Christ
May 13, 2016
Assessing media education is a formidable task because both assessment and media education are complex and controversial concepts. Assessment, which can take place at the individual student, class, sequence, program, department or unit, and university levels, is questioned in terms of reliability, ...
By Robert O. Blanchard, William G. Christ
August 26, 2016
This book provides academic reformers with a blueprint for tackling the upheaval facing media education. It calls for a new professionalism that rejects the status quo, reflects the mission and diversity of individual programs, and demands a redefinition of both traditional media studies and the ...
Edited By Carl W. Roberts
April 01, 1997
This book provides descriptions and illustrations of cutting-edge text analysis methods for communication and marketing research; cultural, historical-comparative, and event analysis; curriculum evaluation; psychological diagnosis; language development research; and for any research in which ...
By Richard M. Perloff
July 15, 2020
Now in its seventh edition, this essential text continues to provide students with a comprehensive yet accessible overview of the study and practice of persuasive communication. Attuned to the swift changes in the world of persuasion in the twenty-first century, this book covers how theories and ...
By Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick
June 30, 2020
Mediated messages flood our daily lives, through virtually endless choices of media channels, genres, and content. However, selectivity determines what media messages we attend to and focus on. The present book examines the factors that influence this selectivity. Seminal books on selective media ...
By Sidney Kraus
June 30, 2020
With this second edition, Kraus continues his examination of formal presidential debates, considering the experience of television in presidential elections, reviewing what has been learned about televised debates, and evaluating that knowledge in the context of the election process, specifically, ...