Communication—Oral

Communication—Oral

Communication-Oral 0322 Wardhough, Ronald. The contents of language. Rowley, ME: Woodbury House, 76, 228 pp. The study of the uses of language as wel...

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Communication-Oral

0322 Wardhough, Ronald. The contents of language. Rowley, ME: Woodbury House, 76, 228 pp. The study of the uses of language as well as the form of language, and the study of people as constantly changlng: psychological, social, interacting human beings. COMMUNICATION-0RAL 0323 Binnlon, J. E. and E. G. Thomas. A course in oral communication in business. ABCA Bull (Mar 77) 12+. Includes business communication, oral communication, speech and communication skills. 0324 Bremer, Roslyn. Panels can be fun. PRJ (Dec 76) 27. No need to tense up when you're called on to be a panellst--try these guidelines. 0325 Dinsmore, W. H. Now hear this--the CEO is speaking. PRQ (Fall 76) 26+. Calls for more "specific" and fewer generalities in speeches by executive officers. 0326 Doyle, Michael and David Strauss. How to make meetings work. New York: Wyden, 76. To make meetings more effective, the authors have developed the interaction method. 0327 Finkel, Coleman. Professional guide to successful meetings. New York: Successful Meetings Magazine, 76, 182 pp. Guide t o covering all the details involved in planning meetings. 0328 Hill, W. F. Learning thru discussion. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 77, 64 pp. A guide for leaders and members of discussion groups. 0329 Mambert, W. A. Effective presentation: a short course for professionals. Somerset, NJ: Wiley-Interscience, 76. A course in dynamic effective speech communication. 0330 Pacacha, C. T. Organizing a speaker's bureau for effective public relations. Clearing H (Feb 76) 281+. Suggests establishing a speaker's bureau. 0331 Potter, David and M. P. Anderson. Discussion in small groups: a guide to effective practice, 3rd ed. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 76, 224 pp. Chapters on leadership and problem-solving in groups are especially helpful to the practitioner. 0332 Strenski, J. B. Where does communication begin? PRQ (Spr 77) 28+. Discusses the importance of interpersonal communication in public relations and techniques for improvement. 0333 Tarver, J. L. Your speakers bureau can hit the spot. JOC (77/3) 19. Value of a speakers bureau as an effective communication medium. 0334 Terzian, C. R. Going to communicate? Try speaking. PRJ (May 76) 16+. Fulfilling a speaking engagement need not produce ulcers for the busy executive if he uses these guidelines. 0335 Verderber, K. S. and R. F. Inter-act: using interpersonal communication skills. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 77, 292 pp. A compilation and explanation of the basic concepts of the communication process. 0336 Wycoff, E. B. Visual aids should be necessary, but not "noisy." J0C (77/4) 19+. The prime function of a visual show is to demonstrate relationships.

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