Table of contents for Communication theories : perspectives, processes, and contexts / Katherine Miller.

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 Part One: Perspectives on Communication Theory
 Chapter 1: Conceptual Foundations: What is Communication?
 Chapter 2: Philosophical Foundations: What is Theory?
 Chapter 3: Post-Positivist Perspectives on Theory Development
 Chapter 4: Interpretive Perspectives on Theory Development
 Chapter 5: Critical Perspectives on Theory Development

 Part Two: Theories of Communication Process
 Chapter 6: Theories of Symbolic Organization
 Chapter 7: Theories of Message Production
 Chapter 8: Theories of Message Processing
 Chapter 9: Theories of Discourse and Interaction
 Chapter 10: Theories of Communication in Developing Relationships
 Chapter 11: Theories of Communication in Ongoing Relationships

 Part Three: Theories of Communication Contexts
 Chapter 12: Theories of Organizational Communication
 Chapter 13: Theories of Small Group Communication
 Chapter 14: Theories of Media Processing and Effects
 Chapter 15: Theories of Media and Society
 Chapter 16: Theories of Culture and Communication


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Communication Philosophy