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THE CONCEPT OF DOWNWARD COMMUNICATIONS
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This 5-page paper covers downward communciation, a theory of organizational communication. The essay examines the concept, discusses its use and then weighs the pros and cons of such a theory. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: MTorcodo.rtf

The Use Of Communication Skills To Fight Delinquency
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The importance of effective communication in combating delinquency is discussed in this 25 page paper. The problem of delinquency is explained along with the reasons for its existence. Various cultures around the world are looked at for insight on how to solve this pervasive problem in American society. The continuum concept is included as well. Detailed solutions are noted, inclusive of verbal and nonverbal techniques of communication which may be utilized by parents for various age groups. Bibliography lists 22 sources.
Filename: Figthdel.wps

Intercultural Communication
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A 10 page research paper that examines the complexities of intercultural communication. The writer looks at the necessity for intercultural communication, the processes involved, and the future of this field. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Cultcomm.wps

The Realist Theory and the Persian Gulf War of 1991
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This ten page paper presents an overview of the realist theory and how it relates to The Persian Gulf War of 1991. Bibliography lists eight sources.
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Politics And Communication
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A 3 page paper analyzing George Orwell's 'Politics and the English Language.' Using examples from contemporary politics, the paper wryly argues that both tact and diplomacy would be impossible if speakers were forced to tell the unvarnished truth. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Orcomm.wps

Comparison of Two Communication Theorists
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9 pages comparing the theoretical works of Kenneth Burke to those of Walt Fisher. Among other things, Burke developed the theory of 'dramatism' which suggests that language itself makes people capable of moral and ethical action. Each theorist assessed the role of culture in communications. Bibliography lists 15+ sources.
Filename: Burkefis.wps

Kenneth Burke's 'Terministic Screens' Applied To 'The Hunt For Red October'
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A 5 page paper which examines Kenneth Burke's book, Terministic Screens, to determine how the film The Hunt For Red October supports the Burkean position. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: Termhunt.wps

Political Communication Theories
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This 8 page political science paper provides an overview for the development of political communication theory. Several communications theories are discussed inclusive of their development within the context of the political realm. Contemporary examples of American politics are provided as well as other illustrations to demonstrate the application of the concepts. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: Polcomm.wps

The Bias of Communication; Technology that Monopolizes Space and Communication that Monopolizes Time
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This 6 page paper considers the perspectives of Harold Innis, one of the best noted theorists regarding modern communications, and assesses his view that 'the media of communications has an important influence on the dissemination of knowledge over space and time. This paper considers the views of Innis as they can be applied to an assessment of the Vietnam War Memorial as a communication bias of time and the Internet as a bias of communication of space. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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B.F. Skinner, Wolfgang Kohler, Pythagoras, and Plato: Impacts on Education
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A 5 page overview of the impact of each of these theorists on the educational process and curriculum design. This paper emphasizes that there has been an evolution over time in the way we view both the cognitive process and the educational approach. Bibliography lists 4 sources. PPedCur2.rtf
Filename: PPedCur2.rtf

'That's Not What I Meant'
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Deborah Tannen (1992) (5 pp) Before one starts looking at any of Tannen's works concerning the differences between communications styles, usually based on gender, there are a few phrases that are handy from the start, and give an insight to the point of Tannen's discourse. They are that men, generally are involved in report talk, which centers around facts. For women, Tannen uses the description rapport talk generally around feelings. In this discussion, we will use Tannen's 1992 text, That's Not What I Meant to see how these two distinctions, influence, and sometimes complicate interpersonal communication. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: BBtannen.rtf

“Marshall McLuhan’s Theories Applied to Fairy Tales”
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A five page paper which looks at McLuhan’s theory of the importance of the medium in the transmission of textual messages, and how this can be applied to the cultural resonance which is found in fairy-tales, particularly in terms of gender stereotyping. Bibliography lists 4 sources
Filename: JLmcluhan.wps

“Thirteen Days” and Negotiation Methods
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A 3 page paper which examines the film “Thirteen Days” and discusses what negotiation methods are employed in the film. Bibliography lists .
Filename: RA13day.rtf

"Information Inequality" and "Trust Us, We're Experts"
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A 5 page paper which draws parallels between Herbert Schiller's "Information Inequality" and "Trust Us, We're Experts" by Sheldon Rampton and John Stauler. The paper discusses how each work depicts the manner in which communication is used for propaganda. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAtrustus.wps

"Scrambling" in Japanese Linguistics
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(10pp). "Scrambling" in linguistics is examining the word order in a sentence. Meaning or understanding ay be distorted by inappropriate word order. In an analytical overview of this unique area of language studies it would appear that not much research, has been completed in this field. That which has been done is discussed in this article. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: BBlingjk.doc


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