Paul Witt (Texas Christian University, USA) – Editor

Berlín, Alemania. Walter de GRUYTER. ISBN: 9781501510731. XIII, 762 págs. Septiembre de 2016. Encuadernado.

PVP EUR 208,00 (4% IVA incluido)

Les ofrecemos el volumen nº 16 de la serie HANDBOOKS OF COMMUNICATION SCIENCE (HoCS). Como siempre, podemos ofrecer el resto de volúmenes publicados y disponibles.

En este nuevo volumen, varios académicos expertos en comunicación, psicología educacional y educación internacional tratan lo que se sabe sobre el papel estratégico de la comunicación interpersonal en el proceso de enseñanza y de la educación.

Como todas las novedades de DE GRUYTER, podemos ofrecer las tres diferentes Ediciones:

Encuadernado: EUR 208,00 (4% IVA incluido). 9781501510731

eBook: EUR 242,00 (21% IVA incluido). 9781501502446

Papel y eBook: EUR 312,00 (4% IVA incluido). 9781501502453


Extracto del índice:

Preface to Handbooks of Communication Science series


Paul L. Witt

1 Learning in Response to Instructional Communication

Fundamental Perspectives

Scott A. Myers, Melissa F. Tindage, and Jordan Atkinson

2 The Evolution of Instructional Communication Research

Andrew Stables

3 The End(s) of Learning and the Role of Instruction: Shaping the Debate

Jennifer H. Waldeck and Sara LaBelle

4 Theoretical and Methodological Approaches to Instructional Communication

Instructor Characteristics and Actions

Scott Titsworth and Joseph P. Mazer

5 Teacher Clarity: An Analysis of Current Research and Future Directions

Alan K. Goodboy and Zachary W. Goldman

6 Teacher Power and Compliance-Gaining

Qin Zhang and Paul L. Witt

7 Instructor Immediacy

Jason Teven and James Katt

8 Instructor Credibility

Melanie Booth-Butterfield and Melissa Bekelja Wanzer

9 Humor Enactment in Learning Environments

Jacob Cayanus and Matthew M. Martin

10 Teacher Self-Disclosure

Theodore A. Avtgis

11 Instructor Use of Aggressive Communication

Jeff Kerssen-Griep and Clayton L. Terry

12 Communicating Instructional Feedback: Definitions, Explanations, Principles, and Questions

Student Characteristics and Attitudes

Heejung Park

13 Cultural Values and Human Development

M. Chad McBride, Erika L. Kirby, Karla Mason Bergen, Shawn T. Wahl,

Stephanie Norander, and Tucker Robinson

14 Social Identities in the Classroom

Ann Bainbridge Frymier

15 Students’ Motivation to Learn

Chris R. Sawyer

16 Communication Apprehension and Public Speaking Instruction

Tiffany R. Wang

17 Social Perspectives on Student Learning

Pedagogy and Classroom Management

Stephanie E. Kelly and David K. Westerman

18 New Technologies and Distributed Learning Systems

Amber N. Finn and Andrew M. Ledbetter

19 Instructor and Student Technology Use in the College Classroom

Samuel P. Wallace and Lisa J. Goodnight

20 The Development of Online Learning in the Basic Course in Communication

Stephen K. Hunt and Chad E. Woolard

21 Service Learning and Innovative Pedagogies

Regina Jucks and Benjamin Brummernhenrich

22 Out-of-Classroom Interactions Between Teachers and Students:

Advising, Tutoring, Mentoring, and Coaching

Deanna L. Fassett and C. Kyle Rudick

23 Critical Communication Pedagogy

Teaching and Learning Communication Across the Lifespan

Jessa Reed, Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, and Roberta Michnick Golinkoff

24 Meeting Children Where They Are: Adaptive Contingency Builds Early Communication Skills

Blair Thompson and Joseph P. Mazer

25 Teaching Communication to School Children and Adolescents

Cheri J. Simonds and Joseph Valenzano, III

26 Teaching Communication to College and University Students: The Basic Course in Higher Education

Steven A. Beebe and Seth S. Frei

27 Teaching Communication to Working Adults

Phil Backlund

28 Assessment of College-Level Communication Programs

Future Directions

Paul L. Witt, Tina Seidel, Ann-Kathrin Schindler, Mark P. Orbe, Kory Floyd, and Jon A. Hess

29 The Future of Communication and Learning Research: Challenges, Opportunities, and Predictions

Biographical sketches



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