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Information Communication

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This book introduces fundamentals of information communication. At first, concepts and characteristics of information and information communication are summarized. And then five classic models of information communication are introduced. The mechanisms and fundamental laws of the information transmission process are also discussed. In order to realize information communication, impediments in information communication process are identified and analyzed. For the purpose of investigating implications of Internet information communication, patterns and characteristics of information communication in the Internet and Web 2.0 environment are also analyzed. In the end, case studies are provided for readers to understand the theory.
Category: Computers. ISBN: 9781627057974

Digital Communication

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This book presents an overview on fundamentals and the historical background of digital communication. It also covers encoding principles and algorithms of textual information, audio information as well as images, graphics and video in the Internet.
Category: Computers. ISBN: 3642543316

SMS Communication

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Given the extensive use of LOL ( Laughing Out Loud ), MDR ( Mort De Rire ) and PTDR ( PéTé De Rire ) in French texting and the inclusion of lol in the Oxford English Dictionary in 2011 and in Le Petit Robert in 2013, this paper aims to study the functioning of these three initialisms. Considered mainly as interjections, I hypothesize that lol , mdr , and ptdr could work syntactically (through their non-integration in the syntactic clause and position) and semantically (through their semantic opacity and procedural meaning) as discourse markers. In order to show this discourse marker use, this exploratory study was carried out using a prototypical methodology characterized by an inclusive and gradual approach. Based on syntactic and semantic analysis, a discourse marker ranking was performed, and this resulted in a contextual analysis (co-occurrences, moods and moves). This inclusive and gradual approach allows for doubt and lack of knowledge of the context in the analysis process. More broadly, this work also throws light on texting as a spontaneous computer-mediated communication type with writing constraints imposed by the communication medium and the situation.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines. ISBN: 9789027202802

Managerial Communication

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The first book of its kind to offer a unique functionsapproach to managerial communication, Managerial Communicationexplores what the communication managersactually do in business across the planning, organizing,leading, and controlling functions. Focusing on theory andapplication that will help managers and future managersunderstand the practices of management communication,this book combines ideas from industry experts, popularculture, news events, and academic articles and bookswritten by leading scholars.All of the levels of communication (intrapersonal, interpersonal,group, organizational, and intercultural) play arole in managerial communication and are discussed thoroughly.The top, middle, and frontline communications inwhich managers engage are also addressed. Expoundingon theories of communication, the authors relate them tothe theories of managementsuch as crisis management,impression management, equity theory, and effective presentationskills. These are the skills that are invaluable tomanagement.
Category: Business. ISBN: 9781606499726

Interpersonal Communication

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Interpersonal Communication emphasizes the significance of reciprocal influence processes in face-to-face interactions. This book examines the various aspects of human interaction. Organized into 10 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the techniques that salesmen use to obtain compliance from customers. This text then examines certain situations of deliberate interpersonal manipulation, which reveals that internalized components of personal identity and self-esteem are more vulnerable to face-to-face communication. Other chapters consider the distinction between two basically different functions of human communications, namely, the functions of representation and of presentation. This book discusses as well the forms of social address that provides interesting examples of how the presentational function of communication expresses itself by means of a linguistic medium. The final chapter deals with the fundamental assumptions on which one's investigation depends. This book is a valuable resource for psychologists and social psychologists. Readers interested in the study of sociolinguistics will also find this book useful.
Category: Social Science. ISBN: 9780080187570

Communication 2000

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Communication 2000 covers the full range of the communication requirements of business and industry. The contents of the book are organized into seven parts; each part dedicates itself in covering a facet of human communication. The text first covers the fundamentals of communications, such as the essence of human and technical communication. The second part deals with communication models and aids, while the third part tackles the language structure and communication barriers. Next, the book discusses oral and written communication. Part 6 covers topics about research, while Part 7 deals with the general issues in communication, such as troublesome words, communication bugs, and abbreviations. The book will be of great use to individuals who want to expand their understanding about the nature of human communication.
Category: Computers. ISBN: 9780409101263

Managerial Communication

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A Practical, Strategic Approach to Managerial Communication Managerial Communication: Strategies and Applications focuses on communication skills and strategies that managers need in today's workplace. This book continues to be the market leader due to its strategic approach, solid research base, comprehensive coverage, balanced examination of oral and written communication, and focus on managerial, not entry-level, competencies. In the Sixth Edition , author Geraldine E. Hynes preserves the book's key strengths while reflecting the realities of the contemporary workplace.
Category: Business. ISBN: 9781483358550

Corporate Communication

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The new 5th edition of this bestselling text, used by nearly 25,000 students in over 50 different countries retains its practical yet strong theoretical approach and is now updated to include new material on integrated reporting and CSR communications.
Category: Business. ISBN: 9781473953697

Business Communication

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Effective communication in business and commercial organizations is critical, as organizations have to become more competitive and effective to sustain commercial success. This thoroughly revamped new edition distils the principles of effective communication and applies them to organizations operating in the digital world. Techniques and processes detailed in the book include planning and preparing written communication, effective structures in documents, diverse writing styles, managing face-to-face interactions, using visual aids, delivering presentations, and organising effective meetings. In every case the authors consider the potential of new technology to improve and support communication. With helpful pedagogical features designed to aid international students, this new edition of a popular text will continue to aid business and management students for years to come. Additional content can now be found on the author's website - www.rethinkbuscomm.net
Category: Business. ISBN: 9780415640275

Verbal Communication

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Common sense tells us that verbal communication should be a central concern both for the study of communication and for the study of language. Language is the most pervasive means of communication in human societies, especially if we consider the huge gamut of communication phenomena where spoken and written language combines with other modalities, such as gestures or pictures. Most communication researchers have to deal with issues of language use in their work. Classic methods in communication research - from content analysis to interviews and questionnaires, not to mention the obvious cases of rhetorical analysis and discourse analysis - presuppose the understanding of the meaning of spontaneous or elicited verbal productions. Despite its pervasiveness, verbal communication does not currently define one cohesive and distinct subfield within the communication discipline. The Handbook of Verbal Communication seeks to address this gap. In doing so, it draws not only on the communication discipline, but also on the rich interdisciplinary research on language and communication that developed over the last fifty years as linguistics interacted with the social sciences and the cognitive sciences. The interaction of linguistic research with the social sciences has produced a plethora of approaches to the study of meanings in social context - from conversation analysis to critical discourse analysis, while cognitive research on verbal communication, carried out in cognitive pragmatics as well as in cognitive linguistics, has offered insights into the interaction between language, inference and persuasion and into cognitive processes such as framing or metaphorical mapping. The Handbook of Verbal Communication volume takes into account these two traditions selecting those issues and themes that are most relevant for communication scholars. It addresses background matters such as the evolution of human verbal communication and the relationship between verbal and non-verbal means of communication and offers a an extensive discussion of the explicit and implicit meanings of verbal messages, with a focus on emotive and figurative meanings. Conversation and fundamental types of discourse, such as argument and narrative, are presented in-depth, as is the key notion of discourse genre . The nature of writing systems as well as the interaction of spoken or written language with non-verbal modalities are devoted ample attention. Different contexts of language use are considered, from the mass media and the new media to the organizational contexts. Cultural and linguistic diversity is addressed, with a focus on phenomena such as multilingual communication and translation. A key feature of the volume is the coverage of verbal communication quality . Quality is examined both from a cognitive and from a social perspective. It covers topics that range from to the cognitive processes underlying deceptive communication to the methods that c
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines. ISBN: 9783110255454
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