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Introduction to Communication 

Essential Communication
Third Edition

Understanding Human Communication
Fifteenth Edition, with Digital Course Materials

Introduction to
Human Communication

Second Edition, with

Digital Course Materials

Public Speaking 

Interpersonal Communication

Intercultural Communication

Small Group Communication


The Process of Inter-personal Communication,
Fifteenth Edition, with
Digital Course Materials

Understanding Intercultural Communication
Third Edition

In Mixed Company
Communicating in Small Groups and Teams
Eleventh Edition

Practically Speaking 

Fourth Edition, with
Digital Course Materials

Intro. to Mass Communication 

Coverging Media
A New Introduction to Mass Communication

Sixth Edition, with

Digital Course Materials

Mass Communication

Eighth Edition, 

with Digital Course

Public Relations  

Public Relations
Second Edition,
with Digital Course Materials

Public Relations
in Practice

Digital Strategies
Data-Driven Public Relations, Marketing, and Advertising

Business Communication

Organizational Communication

It's All of Our Business
Communicating Competently in the Workplace

A Lifespan Approach
Second Edition

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