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by George M. Gazda,Frank R. Asbury


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Gazda's HUMAN RELATIONS DEVELOPMENT remains preeminent. One person found this helpful.

Gazda's HUMAN RELATIONS DEVELOPMENT remains preeminent. It identifies the eight basic ingredients of self-exploration and helping (empathy, warmth, respect, genuineness, self-disclosure, confrontation, immediacy, concreteness) and provides exercises for each concept. Some version of the text has been in print from the 1970s.

This book serves as an important skills manual for improving human relations; it is an indispensable .

This book serves as an important skills manual for improving human relations; it is an indispensable guide for anyone interested in improving communication skills and the larger family of "generic life skills" required to function as a confident member of society. Core conditions of empathy, respect, warmth, concreteness, genuineness, appropriate self-disclosure, confrontation, and immediacy are addressed and applied chapter by chapter.

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Human Relations Development: A Manual for Educators. by George M. Gazda, Frank R. Asbury, Fred J. Balzer, William C. Childers, Rosemary E. Phelps. ISBN 9780205289028 (978-0-205-28902-8) Softcover, Allyn & Bacon, 1998.

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This much-lauded text is a skills training manual for improving interpersonal communication, focusing on human relations between teachers and their students, parents, peers, and the general public. The emphasis of the text is that interpersonal communication and human relations" is one of four generic life-skills. Seems a little quiet over here.

Gazda, George . Asbury, Frank . Balzer, Fred . Childers, William . Phelps, Rosemary . Walters, Richard P. (1999). Human relations development: a manual for educators. sixth ed. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon. Last Updated: October, 2000.

Expertise in listening, perceiving, communicating, and responding to others are essential skills in developing interpersonal relationships, and a potent means of preventing misunderstanding. This book serves as an important skills manual for improving human relations; it is an indispensable guide for anyone interested in improving communication skills and the larger family of "generic life skills" required to function as a confident member of society. This book emphasizes that interpersonal communication and human relations are one of four generic life skills. Core conditions of empathy, respect, warmth, concreteness, genuineness, appropriate self-disclosure, confrontation, and immediacy are addressed and applied chapter by chapter. Scales for each of the above are included so that trainers can learn how to rate their level of functioning on each condition and globally. Issues of the changing roles of educators and applications of multicutural-related issues in schools and the classroom are also discussed. Counselors, school psychologists, social workers, teachers, administrators, special education personnel, student personnel, and parents.

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I am so impressed with this book that I would not let any teachers be certified unless they had mastered the communication skills in this manual, regardless of the level of education they teach at.
I first learned about the book/manual when I took an inservice course at my school back in 1984. I have been using the communications tools ever since in all aspects of my life that require communications with others.
Boraston
Gazda's HUMAN RELATIONS DEVELOPMENT remains preeminent. Building on the foundational research of Robert R. Carkhuff (The Art of Helping), the Gazda text is one of a kind. It identifies the eight basic ingredients of self-exploration and helping (empathy, warmth, respect, genuineness, self-disclosure, confrontation, immediacy, concreteness) and provides exercises for each concept. Some version of the text has been in print from the 1970s. I have used the text as a primary reference in counseling and pastoral care and as a text for graduate students. The theory and practice this book advances are solid and have stood the test of time. The text is especially useful for counseling in a multicultural context.
Herbert A. Perkins, PhD
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Human Relations Development: A Manual for Educators download epub
Education
Author: George M. Gazda,Frank R. Asbury
ISBN: 0205126537
Category: Other
Subcategory: Education
Language: English
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon; Subsequent edition (January 1, 1991)
Pages: 290 pages