deliberation log#1 - Name: Joshua Reed-Doyle Date: April...

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Name: Joshua Reed-Doyle Date: April 2 nd , 2008 Topic/Issue: Quality of Communication affecting Quality of Communities Context: Here at California State University, Monterey Bay we have a system of communication called First Class. It is an e-mail client that allows students, faculty, staff, and administrators to communicate amongst each other in a cooperative manner. Many people from all branches of the CSUMB use this e-mail client to discuss needs, appointments and a variety of other day-to-day communications. In the text, Cooperative Argumentation , James A. Mackin is asserts that “the quality of communication affects the quality of our communities”. Does the quality of our primary communications system, First Class, reflect the quality of life at CSUMB? If this is true, than how can the First Class e-mail client be improved upon to facilitate quicker, efficient, and powerful communications between the people of CSUMB. Reflections: I believe the statement made by James A. Mackin and I also believe that is applies to every
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2008 for the course HCOM HCOM 214 taught by Professor Marysoltis during the Spring '08 term at California State University , Monterey Bay.

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