e-books in Social Sciences: Communication category
by Jessica Gasiorek - Pressbooks , 2018
Message processing is a study of human communication processes. The text provides an undergraduate introduction and explanation of the social and cognitive processes involved in human communication, focusing on how people create understanding.
by Michelle Ferrier, Elizabeth Mays , 2017
The textbook is designed to fill the needs of a growing number of journalism and mass communications programs in the U.S. that are teaching media entrepreneurship, media innovation, and the business of journalism to undergraduates and graduates.
by Philip A. Thompsen, Ashlie Hardway - Wikibooks , 2010
Broadly defined, announcing is the professional practice of vocally communicating messages to an audience through broadcast media. Those who practice this profession are called announcers, although most announcers prefer a more descriptive title.
by Laura Hahn, Lance Lippert, Scott Paynton - Wikibooks , 2011
This text offers the opportunity to introduce people to Communication as an academic field of study. We lay the foundation by covering the scope of communication study, its history, as well as a brief introduction to theories and research methods.
- Wikibooks , 2006
The book on communication theory from a biographical perspective, information transmission from one person to another and the ways in which people use the technologies of communication. This text attempts to show the theory within a social context.
by Neal Stephenson - Harper Perennial , 1999
This is a thoughtful, irreverent, hilarious treatise on the cyber-culture past and present; on operating system tyrannies and downloaded popular revolutions; on the Internet, Disney World, Big Bangs, not to mention the meaning of life itself.
by Lawrence Lessig - Penguin Press HC , 2004
Never before have the big cultural monopolists used the fear created by new technologies to shrink the public domain of ideas, even as the same corporations use the same technologies to control more and more what we can and can't do with culture.