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Speech: Interpersonal Communication: Find Books
This course guide for SP181 will assist students in finding available library resources in print and online.
Crucial Conversations exploded onto the scene ten years ago and revolutionized the way people communicate when stakes are high, opinions vary, and emotions run strong. Since then, millions of people have learned how to hold effective crucial conversations and have dramatically improved their lives and careers thanks to the methods outlined in this book.
This is your ideal guide to understanding other people, and helping them understand you. Body language is a critical component of good communication, and often conveys a bigger message than the words you say. This book teaches you how to interpret what people really mean by observing their posture, gestures, eye movements, and more, and holds up a mirror to give you a clear idea of how you're being interpreted yourself.
This guide to human body language explains how to decipher nonverbal communication, how to read other people's thoughts and emotions through their gestures, and how to insure that one's own gestures are sending the right message.
The Academic Complete collection contains over 80,000 ebooks from 16 key subject areas. All ebooks are readable online from a single easy-to-use interface & download ebrary content onto various devices. Use keyword or subject term = "INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION"
Major themes covered: 1) The importance of understanding how we communicate 2) The dangers of oversimplified analysis 3) The impact of specific behaviours and techniques. This is a fully revised and updated second edition.
This study concerns the nature of impoliteness in face-to-face spoken interaction. The study considers the triggering of impoliteness; explores the dynamic progression of impolite exchanges, and examines the way in which such exchanges come to some form of resolution.
This volume brings together leading investigators who integrate two distinct research domains in social psychology--people's internal worlds and their close relationships. Contributors present compelling findings on the bidirectional interplay between internal processes, such as self-esteem and self-regulation, and relationship processes, such as how positively partners view each other, whether they are dependent on each other, and the level of excitement in the relationship.
There are three main themes explored in this volume. Part I, 'Face in interaction', encompasses contributions that deal with face as it emerges in interaction in various institutional and non-institutional settings. In Part II, the relationship between self, identity and face is investigated in the context of interpersonal communication. The final part considers various approaches to establishing links between individual interactions (the so-called micro) and broader sociocultural expectations or 'norms' that interactants bring into interactions (the so-called macro).
This is a research tool that provides full-text online access to over 600 reference e-books (encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauri, etc.) across all subject areas, including speech and communication. This is an excellent resource when you are just beginning your research. Gain a better understanding of your topic with general information from reference books.