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Author : Steven McCornack
ISBN : 9781457649264
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Based on decades of teaching experience combined with the latest in research and communication theory, Steve McCornack and Joseph Ortiz’s Choices & Connections helps students to transform their lives and become more adaptive and versatile communicators by revealing the connections that underlie all communication choices—and by showing how the outcomes students experience are rooted in the communication choices they make. Captivating students from page one, Choices & Connections weaves together a variety of topics into a unified view of communication, highlighted by built-in study tools and a variety of news, pop culture, and real-life examples.

Choices Connections

Author : Steven McCornack
ISBN : 1319043526
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Based on decades of teaching experience combined with the latest in research and communication theory, Steve McCornack and Joseph Ortiz’s Choices & Connections, 2e helps students to transform their lives and become more adaptive and versatile communicators. With a focus on the connections that underlie all communication choices—and that the outcomes students experience are deeply connected to the communication choices they make—Choices & Connections, 2e weaves together major communication contexts so that students’ understanding becomes cohesive. Captivating students from page one, the text is highlighted by built-in study tools, innovative video case study activities, and a variety of news, pop culture, and real-life examples—all of which encourage students to apply what they learn to their own their daily communication experiences. When combined with LaunchPad, Choices & Connections, 2e represents a unique print and digital learning suite: the How to Communicate video activities immerse students in challenging, real-life scenarios, and additional videos illustrate communication concepts, and the adaptive quizzing program, LearningCurve, creates a personalized learning experience. LaunchPad for Choices & Connections, 2e combines an interactive e-book, integrated videos, and ready-made assessment options curated into easy-to-assign units inside one convenient learning program. The second edition LaunchPad also includes new in-class activities for students to further engage with the course material, and with each other.

Reflect Relate

Author : Steven Mccornack
ISBN : 1319055311
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The Real World

Author : Kerry Ferris
ISBN : 0393639304
Genre : Popular culture
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College And Career Success

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Reading The World

Author : Rafael F. Narvaez
ISBN : 1626611904
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""Reading the World: An Introduction" helps students see that the normal, familiar aspects of their everyday life frequently have unexpected and startling dimensions. Students learn to uncover layers of meaning that are often hard to discern in things, choices, and events in the world around them. "Reading the World" helps students understand how and why the familiar can be deceptive. "Reading the World" introduces students to the social forces that structure life in modern society and that are nevertheless hard to spontaneously identify. It outlines the ways in which these forces affect the ideas, identities, and life courses of individuals and groups. Through the exploration of topics such as the social construction of reality, deviance, the sociology of the body, and the sociology of race "Reading the World" encourages literacy about society and power. "Reading the World" is designed for courses in the social sciences, particularly those that emphasize critique and analysis of ideology including introductory courses in sociology, social psychology, and social theory. Rafael F. Narvaez earned a Ph.D. in sociology at The New School for Social Research in New York. He is an assistant professor of sociology at Winona State University in Minnesota. His research interests include the intersections of sociology, psychology, and biology. Recent publications include "Embodied Collective Memory: The Making and Unmaking of Human Nature" (2013) and ""The Study of Bio-Psycho-Social Memory"" (forthcoming)."

Practical Piano Skills

Author : Constance Starr
ISBN : 0697104370
Genre : Music
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The Mobile Connection

Author : Rich Ling
ISBN : 0080518931
Genre : Computers
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Has the cell phone forever changed the way people communicate? The mobile phone is used for “real time coordination while on the run, adolescents use it to manage their freedom, and teens “text to each other day and night. The mobile phone is more than a simple technical innovation or social fad, more than just an intrusion on polite society. This book, based on world-wide research involving tens of thousands of interviews and contextual observations, looks into the impact of the phone on our daily lives. The mobile phone has fundamentally affected our accessibility, safety and security, coordination of social and business activities, and use of public places. Based on research conducted in dozens of countries, this insightful and entertaining book examines the once unexpected interaction between humans and cell phones, and between humans, period. The compelling discussion and projections about the future of the telephone should give designers everywhere a more informed practice and process, and provide researchers with new ideas to last years. *Rich Ling (an American working in Norway) is a prominent researcher, interviewed in the new technology article in the November 9 issue of the New York Times Magazine. *A particularly "good read", this book will be important to the designers, information designers, social psychologists, and others who will have an impact on the development of the new third generation of mobile telephones. *Carefully and wittily written by a senior research scientist at Telenor, Norway's largest telecommunications company, and developer of the first mobile telephone system that allowed for international roaming.

Easywriter

Author : Andrea A. Lunsford
ISBN : 1457640465
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Andrea Lunsford’s research shows that students today are writing more than ever. Some skills, especially in social writing, come easily to many students. But concepts such as making effective choices for academic work and understanding the conventions of formal written English may be more difficult to grasp. EasyWriter, Fifth Edition, can help. Whether you’re looking for an affordable way to focus your writing classroom on rhetorical choices, or just a pocket-sized quick reference that your students can use on the go, you’ll find what you need in EasyWriter. And the handy little print book is just the beginning: EasyWriter now includes integrated media components—LearningCurve adaptive quizzing, video prompts, multimodal student writing, and more—to take advantage of what the Web can do.

Conscious Communications

Author : Mary Shores
ISBN : 9781401952143
Genre : Self-Help
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I can’t . . . I’m not good enough . . . I’ll never find what I want . . .

How often do you consider the strain these negative and limiting statements have on your mind, choices, and life? The persistent messages you repeat can frame your thoughts and trap you in a mind-set that can be difficult to break. Whether you realize it or not, the words you use are the architects of your life.

After years of personal experience and research, entrepreneur and communications specialist Mary Shores realized that there is a life-changing theme persistent throughout ancient traditions and spiritual foundations that is also supported by scientific professionals. They all agree on one recurring truth: Words have the power to create and transform.

Armed with this knowledge, Mary created easy-to-follow, step-by-step practices to teach you how to launch yourself to the next level.

  • Discover the 3 pillars of transformation: focus, beliefs, and taking action
  • Break through your barriers
  • Learn the power of choosing moment to moment how you portray yourself in the world
  • Set goals to inspire your brain and body to campaign for success
  • Create your own customized action plan

Conscious Communications is your guide to creating a life in alignment with your dreams and desires. With thoroughly tested exercises, research, advice, and personal stories, you will begin to experience the tremendous impact of words and how to utilize the right ones to unleash and unlock the power to create a new reality.


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