Persuasion: the theory and practice of manipulative communication, (Studies in public communication) download epub
by George N Gordon
Persuasion: the theory and practice of manipulative communication, (Studies in public communication) Hardcover – 1971. by. George N Gordon (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more.
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Persuasive Communication Theory Page 1. Few subjects in social . The persuasion context. provides an opportunity to practice the response. Few subjects in social psychology have. Alternative Influence Strategies. The various contextual factors were assumed to. facilitate learning by reinforcing and firmly.
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Gordon may be dazzlingly competent in all these alternate capacities; the following remarks apply only to the persona that appears in Persuasion
Gordon may be dazzlingly competent in all these alternate capacities; the following remarks apply only to the persona that appears in Persuasion. It is a curious persona to be found in a book that presumably was designed to appeal to educated and professional readers and to persuade them of the general credibility of its author, if not necessarily of the soundness of his views
Published 1971 by Hastings House in New York. Bibliography: p. 531-536. Studies in public communication, Communication arts books.
Published 1971 by Hastings House in New York. Social aspects, Communication, Manipulative behavior, Persuasion (Psychology), Social aspects of Communication, Internet Archive Wishlist.
Communication Theories. Because words and norms have been created by men, women are disadvantaged in public. The theory looks at how networks are formed and how these networks contribute to these successes. They believe that media is influenced by profit, since corporations run the media.
Communication study seems inherently multi-disciplinary, drawing theory and sharing concepts from psychology .
Communication study seems inherently multi-disciplinary, drawing theory and sharing concepts from psychology, sociology, political science and other social sciences. Indeed, many of the scholars that are considered pre-eminent in communication were not from the discipline of communication itself and that their work shaped communication theory was a by-product and not the original intent of their work (Delia, 1987; Rogers, 1994).
Various aspects of communication have been the subject of study since ancient times, and the approach eventually developed into the academic discipline known today as communication studies. In ancient Greece and Rome, the study of rhetoric, the art of oratory and persuasion, was a vital subject for students.