Culture and self: Implications for cognition, emotion, and motivation. Psychological Review, 98(2), 224–253. McCornack, S. (2016). Reflect and relate: An introduction to interpersonal communication (4th ed.). Boston, MA: Bedford/St.
Author: Maureen C. Minielli
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Communication Theory and Application in Post-Socialist Contexts serves as a resource for anyone on the quest of diversifying and globalizing communication studies. It captures significant communication tendencies in several post-socialist countries and situates these tendencies within communication theory and application in a wide array of areas.
Science and subjectivity : On the relation of two non - foundational theories to educational administration . In T.Maddock & J.Woods ( Eds . ) ... Reflect and relate , an introduction to interpersonal communication ( 2nd ed . ) .
Author: Reynold Macpherson
In this book Reynold Macpherson initiates a politically-critical theory of educative leadership as a fresh line of inquiry in the practice, research and theory of educational administration and educational leadership. Divided into four parts, the book introduces the sub-discipline of political philosophy to the field of educational administration, management and leadership. It does this by clarifying the knowledge domain of each and identifying how four political ideologies, specifically pragmatism, communitarianism, communicative rationalism and egalitarian liberalism, have primarily informed and surreptitiously provided contestable justifications for power in the development of practice, research and theory in the field of study. The book goes on to offer three case studies illustrating how political philosophy can be used to interpret how people become leaders and administrators of educational institutions and systems. Additional case studies then demonstrate how crises in governance in educational institutions and systems can be analyzed and improvements made using the tools of political philosophy. The final part uses the sub-discipline to critique the author’s decades of research into educative leadership, and concludes the book by both establishing the relativity of politically-critical critique and the ideology it favours; neo-pragmatism. Political Philosophy, Educational Administration and Educative Leadership will provide practitioners, researchers and theorists in educational administration, management and leadership with a deeper appreciation of power by formally introducing them to the assumptions, limits and tools of political philosophy.
Author: Cundall Jr., Michael K.Publish On: 2021-06-25
International Journal of Emergency Mental Health , 5 ( 2 ) , 93–98 . PMID : 12882095 McCornack , S. ( 2016 ) . Reflect & relate : An introduction to interpersonal communication . Bedford / St . Martin's .
Author: Cundall Jr., Michael K.
Publisher: IGI Global
Recent evidence indicates that humor is an important aspect of a person's health, and studies have shown that increased levels of humor help with stress, pain tolerance, and overall patient health outcomes. Still, many healthcare providers are hesitant to use humor in their practice for fear of offense or failure. Understanding more of how and why humor works as well as some of the issues related to real-world examples is essential to help practitioners be more successful in their use and understanding of humor in medical care. Through case studies and real-world applications of therapeutic humor, the field can be better understood and advanced for best practices and uses of this type of therapy. With this growing area of interest, research on humor in a patient care setting must be discussed. Cases on Applied and Therapeutic Humor focuses on humor in medical care and will discuss issues in humor research, assessment of the effectiveness of humor in medical settings, and examples of medical care in specific health settings. The chapters will explore how propriety, effectiveness, perception, and cultural variables play a role in using humor as therapy and will also provide practical case studies from medical/healthcare professionals in which they personally employed humor in medical practice. This book is ideal for medical students, therapists, researchers interested in health, humor, and medical care; healthcare professionals; humor researchers; along with practitioners, academicians, and students looking for a deeper understanding of the role humor can play as well as guidance as to the effective and meaningful use of humor in medical/healthcare settings.
Sargent, A. (1983). The androgynous manager. New York, NY: AMACOM. Chapter 2: He Speaks, She Speaks: What Different Things They Say McCornack, S. (2007). Reflect and relate: An introduction to interpersonal communication.
Author: Audrey Nelson
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
THE GENDER COMMUNICATION HANDBOOK This is the go-to comprehensive reference for understanding why and how women and men communicate the way they do. This guide is filled with expert advice, real-life case studies, self-assessments, experiential exercises, and action steps that help men and women transcend barriers and enhance their communication with the opposite sex. The Gender Communication Handbook provides trainers and human resource professionals with an accessible program enabling men and women to open the lines of communication so work gets done and productivity and profits soar. "This is great work practical, research-based, and fun. If ever there was a strong ROI in time and money, working on gender communication is it." JULIE O'MARA, past national president, American Society for Training and Development, and coauthor of the best-selling book, Managing Workforce 2000 "An invaluable resource to help understand underlying differences in communication styles so that work gets done, conflicts get resolved, and reciprocal respect prevails in the workplace. Highly readable and engaging." REBECCA RITTER, senior human resource business partner, Oracle Corporation "Just what every man and woman needs to learn for the rules of engagement with the opposite sex. Very appropriate and timely for today's workplace." MICHELLE HAINES, technical customer management/web analyst, Seagate Technologies "This guide is a nuts-and-bolts approach to enhancing workplace communication between the sexes. It addresses the chronic problems men and women encounter every day." GEOFF SIMPSON, vice president and manager, Standard Steam Trust LLC
4. Steven McCornack, Reflect and Relate: An Introduction to Interpersonal Communication (Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's, 2013), 357. 5. McCornack, Reflect and Relate, 357. 6. McCornack, Reflect and Relate, 357. 7.
Author: Lara C. Stache
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Performing Arts
This book looks at the cult television classic, Gilmore Girls, created by Amy Sherman-Palladino (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel). The authors focus on the representation of women, mother-daughter dynamics, and how literature, movies, and music were as essential as dialogue and plot to this endearing series.
2. Reflect on the way you listen throughout the day. Using a listening journal, document each time you listen to someone else. What are your strengths as ... Reflect and relate: An introduction to interpersonal communication (2nd ed.).
Author: Min Liu
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Patient Communication for Pharmacy: A Case-Study Approach on Theory and Practice offers communication strategies to promote patient-centered care. Utilizing a case study approach, this practical guide develops readers' understanding of the unique communication dynamics between pharmacists and patients and assists them in strengthening the communication skills necessary for providing optimal patient outcomes. Focusing on skills acquisition and an integration of communication and behavioral change theories, this valuable resource also addresses issues relevant to pharmacist-patient communication and relationship building including: health literacy, culturally competent care, patient compliance, conflict/emotionally charged conversations, and more. The "Learn, Practice, Assess" Case Approach offers patient case activities at the end of each chapter designed to help readers strengthen communication skills through repetition and application of the material presented. Instructor Resources include a Test Bank, Slides in PowerPoint format, a Sample Syllabus, and Web Links to helpful communication video examples.
Reflect & relate: An introduction Knobloch, L. K., & Solomon, D. H. (1999). Measuring to interpersonal communication (2nd ed.). ... Social isolation in America: Changes in core discussion networks over two decades.
Author: Mark L. Knapp
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
The revised Fourth Edition of The SAGE Handbook of Interpersonal Communication delivers a clear, comprehensive, and exciting overview of the field of interpersonal communication. It offers graduate students and faculty an important, state-of-the-art reference work in which well-known experts summarize theory and current research. The editors also explore key issues in the field, including personal relationships, computer-mediated communication, language, personality, skills, nonverbal communication, and communication across a person's life span. This updated handbook covers a wide range of established and emerging topics, including: Biological and Physiological Processes Qualitative and Quantitative Methods for Studying Interpersonal Communication Interpersonal Communication in Work, Family, Intercultural, and Health Contexts Supportive and Divisive Transactions Social Networks Editors Mark L. Knapp and John A. Daly have significantly contributed to the field of interpersonal communication with this important reference work—a must-have for students and scholars.
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Author: Marjorie Kostelnik
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Updated throughout and featuring an emphasis on NAEYC and other standards, GUIDING CHILDREN'S SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING: THEORY AND SKILLS, Ninth Edition, provides a comprehensive overview of child guidance and social development. Focusing on children from ages birth through 12 years, it provides a seamless transition from the pre-primary to the primary years and addresses the needs of practitioners working with children in a variety of group settings. Readers learn how to help children develop social competence and positive feelings about themselves, and how to work with children and families from many different backgrounds and circumstances. The book eliminates much of the guesswork and frustration that can hinder practitioners' efforts to influence children's social development and behavior -- providing a unified framework for decision-making and professional practice that incorporates sound principles of children's development, relationship enhancement, and behavior management. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
It will introduce you to two theories of communication and give you examples of how the theories relate to practice. Chapter 1 provides an overview of what is to come. Like most academic texts the book begins with an examination of ...
Author: Erica Pavord
Publisher: Scion Publishing Ltd
Second edition of a popular book that helps students to develop their communication and interpersonal skills. This popular book is designed to enable nursing and health care students to improve their communication and interpersonal skills. It provides an introduction to the theory that underpins communication studies and offers opportunities for students to reflect on their own practice. The book gives students helpful guidelines and tips, while emphasising that successful communication depends on the quality of the therapeutic relationship. The new edition covers: Key concepts in communication; Self-awareness and understanding our impact on others; Transactional Analysis; Listening skills; Communication skills in practice; An extended case study that brings together the concepts and principles discussed throughout the book. Communication and Interpersonal Skills uses activities, scenarios and case studies to support learning and to enable students to apply theory in their practice. It is ideal for students on nursing and health and social care courses who want to use their communication skills to improve the quality of care they offer to their patients and service users.
Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. McCornack, S. (2007). Reflect and relate: An introduction to interpersonal communication. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's. McGarty, C. (2002): Stereotype formation as category formation.
Author: Anastacia Kurylo
Publisher: Lexington Books
Category: Social Science
The Communicated Stereotype extends current work in psychology and communication by delineating a distinctly communicative process whereby stereotypic knowledge is maintained through the stereotypes communicated in conversation and the media. This process explains that supposed deterrents like political correctness are ineffective and instead facilitate stereotype use. Theoretically based, the book offers a unique, accessible, and practical rationale to persuade people that it is in their interest to substitute stereotypes with more productive ways of communicating.