5 edition of In Mixed Company found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||August 7, 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||98|
nodata File Size: 2MB.
To encourage critical thinking, the eighth edition has captions to accompany photos and illustrations, and it also offers interactive quizzes related to the visuals. ISBN 10 : 0534606709 In Mixed Company Book In Mixed Company : IN MIXED COMPANY has shown a substantial increase in popularity and acclaim with each successive edition. Edited by added LibraryThing ID Created by an anonymous user Imported from. kids of mixed ethnic backgrounds. The contents are broken down so well there's no need to rifle through pages to find any information.
In the modern world it is becoming increasingly clear that these two ways of organizing economic life must learn to get along with each other and develop vehicles of mutual advantage.
Taylor, Kansas State University "A Small Group Comm textbook that isn't going to cost your students an arm and a leg, but is informed, readable, and research based. The small group communication course typically covers the underlying principles and skills necessary for group participation and communication.
In sum, you have done a terrific job with many aspects of this text: The inclusion of current examples keeps the readings fresh. Expansive coverage of group roles includes detailed discussions of the types of informal group roles as well as comprehensive explanations of task, maintenance, and disruptive roles.
Had no trouble with In Mixed Company reading assignments. in Rhetoric and Public Address and a Ph. ISBN 10 : 9781849436342 Mixed Company Book Description : In 2012 Jamaica celebrates the 50th anniversary of Independence.
Table of Contents Preface COMMUNICATION COMPETENCE IN GROUPS Myths about Communication Myth 1: Communication Is a Cure-all Myth 2: Communication Can Break Down Myth 3: Effective Communication Is Merely Skill Building Myth 4: Effective Communication Is Just Common Sense Communication Defined Communication as Transactional: Mutually Influential Communication In Mixed Company a Process: The Continuous Flow Communication as Sharing Meaning: Making Sense Verbal Communication: Telling It Like It Isn't Nonverbal Communication: Wordless Meaning Communication Competence Effectiveness: Achieving Goals A Matter of Degree: From Deficiency to Proficiency We Not Me Oriented: Primacy of Groups Appropriateness: Following the Rules Rule Violations: Consequential Effects Rule Changes: No In Mixed Company Rules Intercultural Challenges: Individualism-Collectivism Achieving Communication Competence Knowledge: Learning the Rules Skills: Showing, Not Just Knowing Sensitivity: Receptive Accuracy Commitment: A Passion for Excellence Ethics: The Right and Wrong of Communication Definition for a Group Groups: More than People Standing at a Bus Stop Interpersonal Communication and Public In Mixed Company Ungroups Questions for Critical Thinkers Video Case Studies CHAPTER TWO: GROUPS AS SYSTEMS Interconnectedness of Parts Ripple Effect: A Chain Reaction Synergy: One Plus One Equals a Ton Negative Synergy: Results Beyond Bad Adaptability: A Changing Environment Dynamic Equilibrium: Managing Stability and Change Dealing with Difficult Group Members: Bad Apple Spoilage Boundary Control: Regulating Input Communication Methods of Boundary Control: Erecting Barriers Physical Barriers: Protecting Group Space Psychological Barriers: Member in Name Only Linguistic Barriers: Having to Speak the Language Rules: Permission Not Granted Roles: Staying in Bounds Networks: Controlling Information and Interaction Flow Open and Closed Systems: Setting Effective Boundaries Influence of Size Group Size and Complexity Quantitative Complexity: Exponentially Complicated Complexity and Group Transactions: Size Matters An Organization: A Group of Groups Questions for Critical Thinkers Video Case Studies CHAPTER THREE: GROUP DEVELOPMENT Primary Dimensions of Groups Task and Social Dimensions: Working and Relating Building Cohesiveness: Bringing Us Together Encourage Compatible Membership Develop Shared Goals Accomplish Tasks Develop a Positive History of Cooperation Promote Acceptance of Group Members Periodic Phases of Group Development Forming: Gathering Members Reasons We Join Groups: Motivation Member Diversity: The Benefits and Challenges of Difference Storming: Feeling the Tension Primary Tension: Initial Uneasiness Secondary Tension: Later Stress and Strain Norming: Regulating the Group Types of Norms: Explicit and Implicit Sources of Norms: Without and Within the Group Degree of Conformity: Strength of Group Pressure Why We Conform: Fitting In Conditions for Conformity: When We Bow to Group Pressure Addressing Nonconformity: When Groups Get Tough Performing: Group Output Motivation to Perform: Social Loafing and Social Compensation When Groups Outperform Individuals: Three Heads Are Better Than One When Individuals Outperform Groups: No Magic in Groups Questions for Critical Thinkers Video Case Studies CHAPTER FOUR: DEVELOPING THE GROUP CLIMATE Positivity versus Negativity Negativity Bias: Agile, Funny, Smart, Friendly, But Unethical The Magic Ratio: Emphasizing Recognition and Praise Competition and Cooperation Definitions: Conceptual Clarity Competition: Winners Take All Cooperation: Winners All Individual Achievement: Going It Alone Hypercompetitiveness: Winning Is Everything Constructive Competition: Tempering Hypercompetitiveness Culture and Hypercompetitiveness: Different Values Cooperative Group Climates: Cultivating Positivity Communication and Group Climate Defensive and Supportive Communication: Shaping Climates Criticism versus Description Control versus Problem Orientation Manipulation versus Assertiveness Indifference versus Empathy Superiority versus Equality Certainty versus Provisionalism Incivility versus Civility Listening: Enhancing Positivity Shift Response versus Support Response: Focusing on Me or Thee?
The stories that emerge unsettle comfortable certainties about who belonged where in colonial society. The subtleties can be nearly undetectable by those in the majority, unless they have been trained in diversity and inclusion.
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"--Sarah Burrows, Providence College "I very much appreciate the readability, examples, and fun that In Mixed Company has in presenting research--humor is always a bonus! "--Kathleen Propp, Western Michigan University "This text directs itself toward a broad based understanding of small group communicative interactions.
Selective Amnesia: Fake Forgetfulness Tactical Tardiness: Late by Design Purposeful Procrastination: Deliberate Delays Alliances: Forming Coalitions Developing Empowerment: Exercising Positive Power Developing Assertiveness: Neither Doormat nor Boot Wiper Increasing Personal Power Resources: Expanding Choices Questions for Critical Thinkers Video Case Studies CHAPTER ELEVEN: CONFLICT MANAGEMENT AND NEGOTIATION Nature of Conflict Definition: Incompatible, Interconnected Struggle Benefits of Conflict: Dissent Can Be Productive Destructive and Constructive Conflict: Differences Styles of Conflict Management Collaborating: Problem Solving Confrontation: Directly Addressing the Problem Integration: Seeking Joint Gains Smoothing: Calming Troubled Waters Accommodating: Yielding Compromising: Halving the Loaf Avoiding: Withdrawing Competing: Power-Forcing Comparing Styles: Likelihood of Success Situational Factors Types of Conflict: Task, Relationship, and Value Task Conflict: Routine or Nonroutine Relationship Conflict: It's Personal Values Conflict: Deeply Felt Struggles Culture and Conflict: Communication Differences Negotiating Strategies Positional Bargaining: Hard and Soft Negotiating Principled Negotiation: Interest-Based Bargaining The Four Principles: Appropriate Rules Remaining Unconditionally Constructive: Sound Judgment? Visually appealing and practical, this text will help you succeed in your small groups course.