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Fundamental human communication
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|Title:||Fundamental human communication|
|Authors:||Kincaid, D. Lawrence|
Schramm, Wilbur Lang
East-West Communication Institute
|LC Subject Headings:||Communication|
Communication in family planning
|Publisher:||Honolulu, HI : East-West Center, East-West Culture Learning Institute|
|Series:||Professional development modules;|
|Abstract:||This module consists of three volumes. A Module Text of readings and written exercises, which discusses and illustrates the basic principles of human communication, and the ways in which communication may be used to change those who participate. A Module Manager's Guide (*NOT AVAILABLE*) which explains how to use the module and describes a set of learning exercises for practicing many of the basic principles of communication and change. A Module Case Study: Communicating with a Rural Audience, which provides an opportunity to apply what is learned in the module to the analysis of a real communication problem.|
|Description:||A series of learning modules for professional and administrative staff working in development communication programs.|
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|Table of Contents:||[Volume 1. Module text] Introduction to module -- Unit I: Basic Principles of Communication -- Section 1. The processes of communication -- Section 2. The meaning of messages -- Section 3. Towards a general convergence model of the communication process -- Unit II: Communication and Change -- Introduction -- Section 1. The information transmission approach -- Section 2. The instructional approach -- Section 3. The persuasion approach -- Section 4. The dialogue approach -- Additional reading -- Appendices A-E. Examples of completed learning exercises. |
[Volume 2. Module case study] Family planning communication in Korea : a case problem in strategy development : Overview -- Instructions for Using the Case -- Section 1. General information on family planning in the Republic of Korea -- Section 2. National planning information -- Section 3. Case study data on rural villages.
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