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Leadership: A Communication Perspective
Leadership Communication: A Communication Approach for Senior ... http://scholarship.rice.edu/bitstream/handle/1911/27037/Leadership%20Communication%20-%20A%20Communication%20ApExpand
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Instructional communication in the televised classroom: The effects of system design and teacher immediacy on student learning and satisfaction
The present study was designed to investigate the effects of conveyance system design and social presence, in the form of teacher immediacy behavior, on perceived student learning and satisfaction inExpand
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Self‐construal orientation: Validation of an instrument and a study of the relationship to leadership communication style
The purpose of this study was twofold: (a) to test rigorously the measurement equivalence of the Independent and Interdependent Self‐Construal Scales (Gudykunst et al., 1994) across three culturalExpand
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Information Transfer and Nonverbal Immediacy as Primary Predictors of Learning and Satisfaction in the Televised Course.
A study examined which factors of telecommunication system design and instructor style had the greatest impact on student perceptions of learning and satisfaction with televised instruction. SurveysExpand
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Multiple predictors of perceived learning and satisfaction: The importance of information transfer and non‐verbal immediacy in the televised course
This study examines how telecommunication system design and human factors combine to affect student learning and satisfaction with televised instruction. Participants in the study were 164 adultExpand
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Correlates of talkaholism in New Zealand: An intracultural analysis of the compulsive communication construct
This study focused on correlates of the compulsive communication construct in New Zealand. Participants were 216 New Zealand university students who completed the Talkaholic Scale to measure theirExpand
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Audience reactions to the use of direct and personal disparaging humor in informative public address
In this study 126 subjects were exposed to one of three versions of a speech on “Effective Listening.” In one version no humor was added to the speech. In the other versions examples of direct andExpand
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