4 edition of Communications Research found in the catalog.
by Syracuse University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||196|
Ideal for research methods courses covering multiple methodologies, Communication Research Methods is the only text that uses a research-as-argument approach to help students not only become more effective researchers, but more insightful consumers of research. This book, edited and authored by world leading experts, gives a review of the principles, methods and techniques of important and emerging research topics and technologies in wireless communications and transmission techniques. The reader will: Quickly grasp a new area of research Understand the underlying principles of a topic and its application.
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Although designed for a basic undergraduate college level, this book can work for upper and even graduate students new to communication studies. The authors have provided an excellent reference guide to help students in communication to navigate the field, conduct data base searches, use all kinds of reference materials, make sense of research Cited by: Communication research generally refers to the attempt to discover trends or facts in the field of communication and mass media.
Mass media comprises various forms of communication, addressing and reaching a large audience, and includes radio, television, newspapers and magazines, books, recordings, billboards and the Internet.
Communication Research provides a reader-friendly introduction to social research in all communication-related disciplines. While its emphasis Communications Research book on science, this book covers rhetorical and historical research and emphasizes that their methodologies are complementary.3/5(1).
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Introducing Communication Research: Paths of Inquiry teaches students the basics of communication research in an accessible manner by using interesting real-world examples, engaging application exercises, and up-to-date resources.
Best-selling author Donald Treadwell and new co-author Andrea Davis guide readers through the process of conducting communication research and presenting. Good communication is thus a key ingredient to maximising the impact of research on policy.
A range of tools and approaches currently exist to help communicate research. The tools provided in this guide have been complied to help researchers to make research findings more accessible to decision-makers and other research users (IDRC, ).File Size: 1MB.
This book deals with both qualitative and quantitative approaches to research methodology; the steps followed in the research process; data collection (sampling, measuring, questioning and observing); and the procedures followed when applying a research design and interpreting research data.
Various research techniques and methods are applied to conducting Reviews: 1. Effective argumentation is at the very heart of communication--and, as authors Gerianne Merrigan and Carole L. Huston demonstrate, is a key component to understanding and conducting communication research.
Using clear, jargon-free language, concrete examples, and highly visual pedagogy, Communication Research Methods introduces a full range of methods for studying communication.
Qualitative research is interested in exploring subjects’ perceptions and understandings as they relate to communication. Imagine two researchers who want to understand student perceptions of the basic communication course at a university. The first researcher, a quantitative researcher, might measure absences to understand student perception.
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Analogic codes are, in contrast, directly related to the meaning expressed. Most nonverbal types of communication (facial movements or expressions) are analogic codes and they are an integral part of. A journal of the International Communication Association, Human Communication Research concentrates on presenting the best empirical work in the area of human communication.
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The International Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods covers all communication research methods, from data collection to data analysis, from qualitative to quantitative, and from classical to modern approaches (such as psychophysiological measures, implicit association tests, and the analysis of big data).
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“This is the best qualitative methods book I’ve seen, especially among books aimed at undergraduate audiences.” —Michael Irvin Arrington, Indiana State University Qualitative Communication Research Methods, Fourth Edition introduces readers to qualitative research in speech and mass communication.
Award-winning scholars and authors Thomas R. Lindlof and Bryan C. Taylor guide readers. Quantitative Research Methods So What? Glossary References. Chapter 2: Research Questions, Objectives, and Hypotheses Chapter Outline Key Terms Chapter Objectives How Do You Design Good Quality Research through Appropriate Questions and Hypotheses?
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