Interpersonal Communication: Building Connections Together

Interpersonal Communication: Building Connections Together

By: Michael W. Gamble (author), Teri Susan Kwal Gamble (author)Paperback

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Interactive pedagogical features throughout the text, including chapter opening self-assessments, text boxes, pop culture examples, narratives, and discussion questions, are designed to promote self-reflection and enhance students' skills to communicate interpersonally.

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About Author

Teri Kwal Gamble (PhD, New York University; MA and BA, Lehman College, CUNY) is a professor of Communication at the College of New Rochelle, a professional writer of education and training materials, and the co-author of numerous textbooks and trade books. Her most recent publications are the 11th edition of the bestselling text she co-authored with her husband Mike, Communication Works (2013; McGraw-Hill), and Leading with Communication ((c)2013; SAGE). Teri and Michael have co-authored numerous textbooks, including Leading with Communication ((c)2013; SAGE), Communication Works ((c)2013; McGraw-Hill), Sales Scripts that Sell ((c)2008; AMACOM), The Gender Communication Connection (Houghton Mifflin), and Public Speaking in the Age of Diversity (Allyn & Bacon). Co-founders of Interact Training Systems, a consulting firm that conducts seminars, workshops, and short courses for business and professional organizations across the United States, they also produce training and marketing materials for sales organizations. Michael W. Gamble (PhD, New York University; BA and MFA, University of Oklahoma) is a professor of Communication at New York Institute of Technology. He has served as an officer at and taught Leadership Skills for the US Army Infantry School during the Vietnam War. Teri and Michael have co-authored numerous textbooks, including Leading with Communication ((c)2013; SAGE), Communication Works ((c)2013; McGraw-Hill), Sales Scripts that Sell ((c)2008; AMACOM), The Gender Communication Connection (Houghton Mifflin), and Public Speaking in the Age of Diversity (Allyn & Bacon). Co-founders of Interact Training Systems, a consulting firm that conducts seminars, workshops, and short courses for business and professional organizations across the United States, they also produce training and marketing materials for sales organizations.

Contents

I. FOUNDATIONS 1. Interpersonal Communication: A First Look 2. The Impact of Self-Concept 3. Perception II. MESSAGES 4. Listening 5. Communicating with Words 6. Nonverbal Communication 7. Conversations III. DYNAMICS 8. Emotions 9. Trust 10. Power and Influence 11. Conflict IV. RELATIONSHIP DYNAMICS 12. Relationship Dynamics 13. Intimacy and Distance in Relationships 14. Relationships in Our Lives: Family, Work, and Health-Related Contexts

Product Details

  • publication date: 14/02/2013
  • ISBN13: 9781452220130
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 496
  • ID: 9781452220130
  • weight: 957
  • ISBN10: 1452220131

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