21st Century Communication: A Reference Handbook (21st by William F. Eadie

By William F. Eadie

Through a hundred entries or "mini-chapters," the SAGE twenty first Century Reference sequence volumes on conversation will spotlight crucial subject matters, concerns, questions, and debates any pupil acquiring a level within the box of verbal exchange should have mastered for effectiveness within the twenty first Century. the aim is to supply undergraduate majors with an authoritative reference resource that would serve their examine wishes with extra targeted details than encyclopedia entries yet no longer as a lot jargon, element or density as a magazine article or a learn instruction manual bankruptcy.

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1995). Understanding community in the information age. In S. G. ), Cybersociety: Computer mediated communication and community (pp. 12–29). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Katz, J. , & Aakhus, M. (2002). Perpetual contact. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Katz, J. , Rice, R. , & David, K. (2004). Personal mediated communication and the concept of community in theory and practice. In P. ), Communication yearbook 28 (pp. 315–370). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Kelly, K. (2006). On the option of being anonymous.

For every step that masks us, we move two steps toward totally transparent unmasking. We have caller ID, but also caller ID Block, and then caller ID-only filters. Coming up: biometric monitoring and little place to hide. A world where everything about a person can be found and archived is a world with no privacy, and therefore many technologists are eager to maintain the option of easy anonymity as a refuge for the private. We live in a world in which people are beheaded, imprisoned, demoted, and censured simply because they have opened their mouths, flapped their lips, and vibrated some air.

Lest we appear sanguine about communication as an ideal, fodder for the canons of those who view communication as a panacea can be observed from substantial organizational entities. Communication was the focus of a study reported in the MIT Sloan Management Review where 50 former and current CEOs and CFOs were interviewed about their views on communication in organizations. To a person, these organizational leaders viewed the communication function as vital to their success. Their remarks can be summed up as follows: • You cannot overcommunicate; use every mechanism (The New York Times).

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