Survey of basic concepts in modern communication, including history, theories, models and issues pertaining to intrapersonal, interpersonal, nonverbal, small group, intercultural, and mass communication. Includes examination of technology, literacy, and communication processes.
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All people have the right to be addressed and referred to in accordance with their personal identity. In this class, you can indicate the name that you prefer to be called by and, if you choose, to identify pronouns with which you would like to be addressed. I will do my best to address and refer to all students accordingly and support classmates in doing so as well.
Dr. Sharona A. Levy
Office: 3439 Boylan Hall
Office Hrs: M 3-4pm, Th 11am-12pm & by appointment
COMM 1001/CASD 1205 MW3 (18677/18423)
Introduction to Communication/Modern Communication Theories
3 hours; 3 credits
Mondays, Wednesdays: 11 AM-12:15 ̶ 4145 Boylan Hall