Public Speaking in a Diverse Society ebook
by Timothy G. Plax,Patricia Kearney
Patricia Kearney (E.
Patricia Kearney (E. West Virginia University) is a Distinguished Professor of Communication at California State University, Long Beach.
This introductory public speaking text integrates discussion of cultural influences on communication with instruction in public speaking theory and practice. Timothy G. Pla. aperback. Cultural influences are considered in all areas of public speaking. Essential Calculus: Early Transcendentals.
Text presents the most important principles and skills of public speaking in a clear and readable manner. This text will help students become more effective public speakers in a culturally diverse environment.
Timothy G. Plax Patricia Kearney. Off the shelf new! Get A Copy. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. 466 pages, no graphic art on cover.
ISBN 9780078036897 (978-0-07-803689-7) Softcover, McGraw-Hill Education, 2013. Public Speaking in a Diverse Society: ISBN 9780788190315 (978-0-7881-9031-5) Softcover, Mayfield Pub. C. 1996. What's Sharing? by Patricia Kearney. ISBN 9780615625065 (978-0-615-62506-5) Softcover, Connolly, Hayes & Heffernan Publishers, 2013.
To help students become more effective public speakers in a culturally diverse environment, Jennifer Waldeck, Patricia Kearney, and Timothy G. Plax’ Public Speaking in a Diverse Society: Takes the position that public speaking is a lot like normal conversation. A Professor of Communication Studies and Director of the Hauth Center for Communication Skills at California State University, Long Beach, Tim teaches courses in persuasion, public speaking, and organizational communication. Related ISBN's: 9781524945619.
Author Kearney, Pat, Kearney, Patricia, Plax, Timothy G. ISBN 0767402871.
Public Speaking in a Diverse Society. ISBN13: 9780767402873. More Books . ABOUT CHEGG. Cultural influences are considered in all areas of public speaking, from selecting topics and evidence to using particular styles of verbal and nonverbal communication.
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