Groups in Process: An Introduction to Small Group Communication (6th Edition)
|Rating||:||4.10 (872 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||246 Pages|
Thorough and up-to-date, this book serves as a bridge between discussion-based texts and newer, interpersonal perspectives. Practical and concise, this book offers specific techniques to make small group interactions more effective and efficient. Groups in Process continues to balance traditional and progressive approaches to teaching small group communication, drawing together the best of current research and thought on leadership, problem solving, and conflict management. Its straightforward presentation translates theory into practice with a plenitude of real-world examples. For those interested in Small Group Communicati
Five Stars rita hosni Nicee. A. WALLACE said EXCELLENT BOOK ON EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATIONS IN SMALL GROUPS. The book is well written and understandable and addresses in a concise manner an understanding of the dynamics in small group communications. Provides perspectives and methods to enhance one's posture in small group communications.
Wahlers(Barry University), Kittie W. Watson(Tulane University), H6887-7, 288 pp., 6 x 9, 0-205-16887-6, paperbound, 1995, $20.00nk, December*/GROUPS IN PROCESS shows readers how they can make small group interactions more effective and efficient. The authors continues to balance traditional and progressive approaches to teaching small group communication. . The book serves as a bridge between discussion-based texts and newer, interpersonal perspectives, translating theory into practice with plentiful real-world examples. From the Back Cover *HA09, Groups in Process: An Introduction to Small Group Communication, 5/e, Barker(Auburn University), Kathy J