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Communication and Citizenship

Journalism and the Public Sphere (Communication & Society)

by Peter Dahlgren

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages276
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Open LibraryOL7482801M
ISBN 100415100674
ISBN 109780415100670

Leadership Communication as Citizenship explains the communication skills you need to help construct effective experiences for an organization, team, or community, whether in the role of doer, follower, guide, manager, or leader. It articulates the important role that communication plays in Price: $ Buy This Book in Print. summary. Building on the ancient idea that communication enables civilization, this book introduces the concept of rhetorical citizenship as a way to explore rhetoric’s place in society. Christian Kock and Lisa Villadsen bring together contributions from various fields to highlight the discursive aspects of civic life.

Accept. We use cookies to improve your website experience. To learn about our use of cookies and how you can manage your cookie settings, please see our Cookie Policy. By closing this message, you are consenting to our use of cookies. Communication Is the Key. Bottom line, clear communication is the most important key to a business leader’s success. So to grow as a leader and manager, you must learn how to be an effective, compelling communicator. And if you want your company to succeed, you and your team have to master the art of clear communication together, as well.

For one day, keep a log in which you describe your communication activities. Keep track of the time and different ways you spend communicating, such as talking person-to-person, listening to teachers, the radio, or podcasts, watching television, using social media, reading books and other print media, and using any electronic communication device. Courses available in Communication. COMM Media, Community and Citizenship. 3 Hours. Examines theory and research on how messages are processed, meanings constructed, communities formed and maintained through interaction with the media.


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It articulates the important role that communication plays in helping to co-construct group, organizational, or community direction/5(2). Communication and Citizenship addresses a question which is increasingly at the centre of academic and journalistic debate: to what extent are the media in modern societies able to help citizens learn about the world, debate their responses to it and reach informed decisions about what courses of action to adopt.

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