Reissuing works originally published between 1971 and 1993, this set offers a fantastic variety of texts on communications, connecting with psychology, media, sociology, development studies, gender studies and history. Specific volumes look at topics from listening, third-world mass-communication, and ethics in communication, to feminist communications, the internet, and communication policy in developed countries. In such a wide and exciting area of study, this set is an excellent collection of previously out-of-print titles.
Table of Contents
Communication and Sex-role Socialization Edited by Cynthia Berryman-Fink, Deborah Ballard-Reisch, and Lisa H. Newman; Understanding Communication: The Signifying Web David J. Crowley; Face-to-face Interaction: Research, Methods, and Theory Starkey Duncan and Donald W. Fiske; Communication Policy in Developed Countries Edited by Patricia Edgar and Syed A. Rahim; Powermatics: A Discursive Critique of New Communications Technology Marike Finlay; The World Wide Web: Beneath the Surf Mark Handley and Jon Crowcroft; Mass Communications Research Methods: A Step-by-Step Approach H. J. Hsia; The Art of Listening Edited by Graham McGregor and R.S. White; Reception and Response: Hearer Creativity and the Analysis of Spoken and Written Texts Edited by Graham McGregor and R.S. White; Women Making Meaning: New Feminist Directions in Communication Edited by Lana F. Rakow; Communications and the ‘Third World’ Geoffrey Reeves; Human Communication: Theoretical Explorations Edited by Albert Silverstein; Communications Policy for National Development: A Comparative Perspective Edited by Majid Tehranian, Farhad Hakimzadeh, Marcello L. Vidale; Communication: Ethical and Moral Issues Edited by Lee Thayer; Communication Crisis at Kent State: A Case Study Phillip K. Tompkins and Elaine Vanden Bout Anderson; Communication, Technology, and the Development of People Bernard Woods