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Carroll C. Arnold [electronic resource]

In this second episode of the Foundations of Communication Series, Carroll C. Arnold, former professor emeritus at Pennsylvania State University, examines Classical Rhetorical Theory.
Online
2006
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James McBath [electronic resource]

In this sixth episode of - Foundations of Communication Series, James McBath, former chairman of communication arts and sciences at University of Southern California, delivers a Study of Historic Speeches.
Online
2006
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Kathleen Galvin [electronic resource]

In this fourth episode of - Foundations of Communication Series, Kathleen Galvin, former associate dean of the School of Communication at Northwestern University, considers Family Communication.
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2006
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Lois Self [electronic resource]

In this eighth episode of - Foundations of Communication Series, Lois Self, former chair of the Department of Communication at Northern Illinois University, explores Gender Communication.
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2006
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Nicolas Cripe [electronic resource]

In this third episode of Foundations of Communication Discussion, Nicolas Cripe, formerly of Butler University, presents Debate: The Crumbling Foundation.
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2006
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William Wiethoff [electronic resource]

In this fifth episode of - Foundations of Communication Series, William Wiethoff, of Indiana University Bloomington, elaborates on Writing the Speech.
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2006
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Foundations of Communication [electronic resource]: Discussion

This first part of the classic Foundations of Communication Series involves a discussion of the communication discipline with scholars Lois Self, former chair of the Department of Communication at Northern Illinois University; Caroll C. Arnold, former professor emeritus of Pennsylvania State University; James McBath, former chairman of communication arts and sciences at University of Southern California; Nicolas Cripe, formerly of Butler University; Kathleen Galvin, former associate dean of the School of Communication at Northwestern University; and W. Charles Redding, credited as being the "father of organizational development.
Online
2006
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W. Charles Redding [electronic resource]: Foundations of Communication

In this seventh episode of Foundations of Communication Series, W. Charles Redding - who in the 1950s was among the first to develop organizational communication into a field of study at the university level - presents Organizational Communication.
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2006
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Stephen Lucas [electronic resource]: Foundations of Communication

In this ninth episode of Foundations of Communication Series, Stephen Lucas, of the University of Wisconsin, considers the American Public Address.
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2006
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William Jurma [electronic resource]: Foundations of Communication

In this tenth episode of Foundations of Communication Series, William Jurma, of the University of Nebraska, speaks on The Importance and Technique of Discussion. (18 minutes)
Online
2006