com310 | undergraduate
Communications: Theories And Practice
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Communication Theories for Diversity and Intercultural Communication
- Explain the Standpoint Theory.
- Evaluate the Muted Group Theory.
- Assess the Communication Accommodation Theory.
- Analyze the Face-Negotiation Theory.
Communication Theories Regarding the Public and Media
- Critique the Spiral of Silence Theory.
- Compare and contrast Rhetoric, Dramatism, and the Narrative Paradigm.
- Summarize Cultivation Analysis.
- Illustrate the Use and Gratifications Theory.
- Assess the Medium Theory.
The Self and Communication Theories
- Analyze the Symbolic Interaction Theory.
- Explain Coordinated Management of Meaning.
- Evaluate the Cognitive Dissonance Theory.
- Assess the Expectancy Violations Theory.
Interpersonal Communication Theories
- Summarize the Uncertainty Reduction Theory.
- Analyze the Social Penetration Theory.
- Explain the Social Exchange Theory.
- Critique the Relational Dialectics Theory.
- Evaluate the Communication Privacy Management Theory.
Communication Theories for Groups, Teams, and Organization
- Analyze Groupthink.
- Explain the Adaptive Structuration Theory.
- Evaluate the Organizational Culture Theory.
- Assess the Organizational Information Theory.
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