4 theories added and 5 theories taken out. The new theories are: Interpersonal Deception Theory, Adaptive Structuration Theory, The Media Equation, and the Standpoint Theory.
A new chapter Chapter 3 "Mapping the Territory" classifies theories according to the 7 traditions of communication theory. These 7 traditions are the
- socio-psychological tradition
- rhetorical tradition
- semiotic tradition
- socio-cultural tradition
- critical tradition
- phenomenological tradition
New! Appendix A Glossary --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
About the Author
Em Griffin is Professor of Communication at Wheaton College in Illinois, where he has taught for the past twenty-six years and has been chosen Teacher of the Year. He received his bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Michigan, and his M.A. and Ph.D. in Communication from Northwestern University. His research interest centers on the development of close friendships. Professor Griffin is the author of three applied communication books: The Mind Changers analyzes practical techniques of persuasion; Getting Together offers research-based suggestions for effective group leadership; and Making Friends describes the way that quality interpersonal communication can build close relationships. He also speaks and leads workshops on these topics in the United States, Singapore, and the Philippines. Professor Griffin’s wife, Jean, is an artist. They have two adult children, Jim and Sharon.
Автор: Em Griffin