コミュニケーション研究:基礎資料集<br>Communication Studies : The Essential Resource

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Communication Studies : The Essential Resource

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基本説明

Contents: Studying Communication/ Effective Communication/ Texts and Meaning in Communication/ Communication Practice/ Themes in Personal Communication/ Using Communication Skills to Pass Examinations.

Full Description


This book brings together a huge range of material including academic articles, film scripts and interplanetary messages adrift on space probes with supporting commentary to clarify their imporatance to the field. Communication Studies: The Essential Resource is a collection of essays and texts for all those studying communication at university and pre-university level. Individual sections address:* texts and meanings in communication* themes in personal communication* communication practice* culture, communication and context* debates and controversies in communication.Edited by the same teachers and examiners who brought us AS Communication Studies: The Essential Introduction, this volume will help communications students to engage with the subject successfully. Its key features include:* suggested further activities at the end of each chapter* a glossary of key terms* a comprehensive bibliography with web resources.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   ix
Beginnings (and ends) 1 (6)
PART 1: TEXTS AND MEANINGS IN COMMUNICATION
1 Peter Barry: Approaching theory 7 (2)
2 John Berger: Perception, perspective, 9 (4)
and the character of images
3 Ludwig Wittgenstein: Language and the 13 (3)
world
4 Robert Eaglestone: Approaching reading 16 (2)
5 Terence Hawkes: Structuralism 18 (2)
6 Umberto Eco: Applying structuralist 20 (5)
analysis
7 John Fiske: The semiotic and process 25 (2)
schools of communication theory
8 Pierre Guiraud: The semiotic or 27 (2)
semiological approach
9 Roland Barthes: Langue and parole 29 (2)
10 Stephen Barley: The application of 31 (4)
semiotic ideas: metaphor and metonymy
11 Denis McQuail and Sven Windahl: Shannon 35 (3)
and Weaver's mathematical theory of
communication, and linear models of
communication
12 John Morgan and Peter Welton: Feedback 38 (3)
and Osgood and Schramm's model of
communication
13 Raymond Williams: Culture 41 (2)
14 Roland Barthes: Applying semiotics 43 (3)
15 David Lodge: Making an active reading of 46 (3)
a text
16 Helen Hackett: Analysing a text in a 49 (4)
limited period of time
PART 2: THEMES IN PERSONAL COMMUNICATION 53 (68)
17 Bret Easton Ellis: Self-image and 53 (5)
self-presentation
18 Mary Ragan: Self-esteem and gender 58 (3)
19 Mick Underwood: Freud and theories of 61 (4)
personality
20 Sigmund Freud: Applying Freudian analysis 65 (5)
21 Harold Ramis, Peter Tolan and Kenneth 70 (2)
Lonergan: Freud and psychoanalysis
22 Stephen Pinker: Nature versus nurture 72 (3)
23 Erving Goffman: The dramaturgical model 75 (2)
of self-presentation
24 Richard Dimbleby and Graeme Burton: 77 (3)
Social interaction
25 Andrew Ellis and Geoffrey Beattie: 80 (4)
Non-verbal codes
26 Michael Argyle: The functions of 84 (2)
non-verbal communication
27 Desmond Morris: A vocabulary of 86 (4)
non-verbal behaviour
28 Peter Hartley: The social determinants 90 (3)
of interpersonal communication
29 Eric Berne: Transactional analysis 93 (2)
30 Deborah Tannen: Gender and interpersonal 95 (5)
communication
31 Liz Lochhead: 'Male' and 'female' talk 100(2)
32 Stephen Pinker: Language 102(2)
33 Paul Auster: Narrative and language 104(3)
34 Mark Jones: Language change I 107(3)
35 Daily Mail reporter: Language change II 110(1)
36 Peter Hartley: Power in groups 111(3)
37 Gerald Cole: Leadership and groups 114(7)
PART 3: COMMUNICATION PRACTICE 121(56)
38 Carl Sagan and Frank Drake: Effective 121(4)
communication practice
39 Keith Punch: Research methods 125(5)
40 Liesbet van Zoonen: Feminist research 130(4)
41 British Psychological Society: 134(5)
Undertaking research ethically
42 Angus Kennedy: Internet research 139(6)
43 Winford Hicks, Sally Adams, Harriett 145(3)
Gilbert: Effective writing
44 George Orwell: Clarity in writing I 148(4)
45 Plain English Campaign: Clarity in 152(2)
writing II
46 Alain de Botton: Original writing 154(2)
47 Ernest Hemingway: Writing style 156(2)
48 Newcastle University Classics 158(3)
Department: Making effective oral
presentations
49 Dale Carnegie: Impressive communication 161(5)
50 Jacquie L'Etang: Rhetoric 166(3)
51 Emmett Grogan: The trouble with rhetoric 169(2)
52 Alan Bryman: Summing up 171(1)
53 John Cleese and Connie Booth: 172(5)
Communication problems (real and contrived)
PART 4: CULTURE, COMMUNICATION AND CONTEXT 177(88)
54 Dick Hebdige: Definitions of culture 177(3)
55 Raymond Williams: Ideology 180(2)
56 Matthew Arnold: High culture 182(2)
57 Raymond Williams: High and low culture 184(3)
58 Melvyn Bragg: The Two Cultures debate 187(4)
persists
59 DJ Taylor: Popular culture and the test 191(3)
of time
60 Robert Eaglestone: The canon 194(5)
61 Paul Taylor: Cultural capital, habitus, 199(2)
popular culture and high culture
62 Jonathan Hale: From Marx to Marxism 201(4)
63 Ernst Fischer: Marxism 205(3)
64 David Lodge: Using semiotics to read 208(4)
patriarchy
65 Germaine Greer: Feminism 212(3)
66 Yvonne Tasker: Post-feminism: definitions 215(1)
67 Camille Paglia: Post-feminism: 216(3)
applications
68 John Lechte: Lyotard and postmodernism 219(3)
69 Alan Bryman: The implications of 222(3)
postmodernism for writing
70 Jean Baudrillard: Postmodernist readings 225(2)
71 Edward Said: Postcolonialism and 227(2)
Orientalism
72 Anthony P Cohen: Postcolonialist 229(2)
readings and imagined communities
73 Gunther Kress and Theo van Leeuwen: The 231(2)
landscape as text
74 Mike Davis: The cityscape as text 233(6)
75 Georg Simmel: Reading everyday life I 239(3)
76 Margaret Visser: Reading everyday life II 242(2)
77 David Fickling: The human figure as text 244(2)
I
78 Susan Jeffords: The human figure as text 246(3)
II
79 Janice Winship: Gender as text 249(2)
80 Julie Burchill: Celebrity as text I 251(2)
81 Ellis Cashmore: Celebrity as text II 253(3)
82 John Fiske: Reading the media 256(3)
83 JG Ballard: Readings of place 259(3)
84 Iain Chambers: Society as text 262(3)
PART 5: DEBATES AND CONTROVERSIES IN 265(56)
COMMUNICATION
85 Colin Cherry: Theories of communication I 265(4)
86 Raymond Williams: Theories of 269(3)
communication II
87 Judith Williamson: Theories of 272(4)
communication III
88 Denis McQuail and Sven Windahl: The 276(3)
trouble with models
89 John Lye: Can process and semiotic 279(2)
models be combined?
90 Marshall McLuhan: The age of anxiety 281(2)
91 George Ritzer: Globalisation 283(3)
92 Raymond Williams: The mediatised life 286(8)
93 Neil Postman: Technology as culture 294(3)
94 Kate Kellaway: Communication through 297(4)
technology
95 Sam Sifton: Communication technology 301(6)
96 Charles Cheung: The technologically 307(4)
mediated self
97 Basil Bernstein: Communication and 311(2)
socialisation I
98 Michael Moore: Communication and 313(4)
socialisation II
99 Anthony P Cohen: Communication and 317(2)
socialisation III
100 Humbert Wolfe: The reputation of 319(2)
communication professionals
Ends (and beginnings) 321(3)
Glossary 324(5)
References 329(11)
Index 340