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Product Description: Researching Interactive Communication Behavior by C. Arthur VanLear and Daniel J. Canary provides students and experienced researchers with tools for studying communication behaviors through direct observation. The sourcebook provides sound coverage of both cutting-edge and well-established systems, measurements, and procedures, as well as detailed information on measurement selection, coding, reliability assessment, and analysis...read more
By Daniel J. Canary (editor) and C. Arthur Vanlear (editor)

Paperback:

9781483303024 | Sage Pubns, January 22, 2016, cover price $70.00 | About this edition: Researching Interactive Communication Behavior by C.

While there is general acknowledgement that communication is a process rather than a condition, there has been little systematic examination of dynamic processes within communication studies. This volume examines these processes within the communications field as a whole, from interpersonal to mass communication, and thereby brings to light many largely unexplored connections. The first part focuses on the methodological and theoretical significance of communication events or states which vary regularly, or in some distinct pattern, over time. The second section is a compilation of current theories and research based on the ideas of cyclic and dynamic patterns which occur in diverse communication settings.
By C. Arthur Vanlear (editor) and James H. Watt (editor)

Hardcover:

9780803956193 | Sage Pubns, May 13, 1996, cover price $135.00

Paperback:

9780803956209 | Sage Pubns, May 13, 1996, cover price $71.00 | About this edition: While there is general acknowledgement that communication is a process rather than a condition, there has been little systematic examination of dynamic processes within communication studies.

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