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THE LEADING COLLEGE TEXTBOOK IN THE FIELD OF COMMUNICATION THEORY

 

Tackle theories without fear.

 

33 diverse theories include a mix of foundational and recent scholarship. Featuring numerous examples and connections to pop culture, A First Look equips students with a solid foundation for investigating, integrating, and applying communication theories


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THE LEADING COLLEGE TEXTBOOK IN THE
FIELD OF COMMUNICATION THEORY

 

Tackle theories without fear.

 

33 diverse theories include a mix of foundational and recent scholarship. Featuring numerous examples and connections to pop culture, A First Look equips students with a solid foundation for investigating, integrating, and applying communication theories


USING THE SITE   

THE LEADING COLLEGE TEXTBOOK IN THE FIELD
OF COMMUNICATION THEORY

Tackle theories without fear.

 

33 diverse theories include a mix of foundational and recent scholarship. Featuring numerous examples and connections to pop culture, A First Look equips students with a solid foundation for investigating, integrating, and applying communication theories


USING THE SITE   

 

This website provides resources for students and faculty using the textbook A First Look at Communication Theory

The most complete and up-to-date resources will be found for the 11th edition. If you are using the 10th or 9th editions, use the Edition Selector in the site header.

The heart of the site is the Theory Resources section, which contains a number of features to help explain the main theories covered in the selected edition. Some come from the text or Instructors Manual, while others are available only on the website, such as:

  • Conversation Videos—iinterviews with the creators of 12 theories covered in the 11th edition, plus five with authors of archived theories from previous editions.
  • Archive—PDF versions of chapters from the most recent edition in which a theory was given full coverage.
  • Application Logs, Suggested Movie Clips, Links, Pop Culture Connections, Further Resources—expanded versions of material in the Instructors Manual. (Pop Culture Connections in Edition 11 replaces Movie Clips and Links in previous editions).
  • Self-Help Quizzes—for student preparation. These quizzes feature 30 true/false and multiple choice questions per chapter, and provide feedback to students when they choose an incorrect answer.


 
 

This website provides resources for students and faculty using the textbook A First Look at Communication Theory

The most complete and up-to-date resources will be found for the 11th edition. If you are using the 10th or 9th editions, use the Edition Selector in the site header.

The heart of the site is the Theory Resources section, which contains a number of features to help explain the main theories covered in the selected edition. Some come from the text or Instructors Manual, while others are available only on the website, such as:

  • Conversation Videos—iinterviews with the creators of 12 theories covered in the 11th edition, plus five with authors of archived theories from previous editions.
  • Archive—PDF versions of chapters from the most recent edition in which a theory was given full coverage.
  • Application Logs, Suggested Movie Clips, Links, Pop Culture Connections, Further Resources—expanded versions of material in the Instructors Manual. (Pop Culture Connections in Edition 11 replaces Movie Clips and Links in previous editions).
  • Self-Help Quizzes—for student preparation. These quizzes feature 30 true/false and multiple choice questions per chapter, and provide feedback to students when they choose an incorrect answer.


 
 

This website provides resources for students and faculty using the textbook A First Look at Communication Theory

The most complete and up-to-date resources will be found for the 11th edition. If you are using the 10th or 9th editions, use the Edition Selector in the site header.

The heart of the site is the Theory Resources section, which contains a number of features to help explain the main theories covered in the selected edition. Some come from the text or Instructors Manual, while others are available only on the website, such as:

  • Conversation Videos—iinterviews with the creators of 12 theories covered in the 11th edition, plus five with authors of archived theories from previous editions.
  • Archive—PDF versions of chapters from the most recent edition in which a theory was given full coverage.
  • Application Logs, Suggested Movie Clips, Links, Pop Culture Connections, Further Resources—expanded versions of material in the Instructors Manual. (Pop Culture Connections in Edition 11 replaces Movie Clips and Links in previous editions).
  • Self-Help Quizzes—for student preparation. These quizzes feature 30 true/false and multiple choice questions per chapter, and provide feedback to students when they choose an incorrect answer.


 

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