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2._Intro_to_Comm-Ch._1[1] - Welcome

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Welcome = http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-oCCnxBos10
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Introduce Yourself to Me! On a note card, tell me (don‟t forget to write legibly): Your name What year in school (sophomore, junior, etc.) Why you‟re a COMS major/minor (if not, then tell me why you wanted to take this class) Two goals for this class Your favorite YouTube video (rated PG or G; must fit into our “safe classroom” rules)
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Why Study Research Methods? Helps you in your other classes Increases critical thinking skills Helps you make decisions (as a consumer, voter, parent, etc.) Will assist you in professional work and career
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Areas of Communication Research Interpersonal Organizational Family Group Intercultural Persuasion Technology Media Studies Nonverbal Social Justice Health Instructional Law Public Policy Gender Queer Computer Mediated Critical Race And More!
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Theory: descriptions and explanations for how things work, what things mean, or how things ought to work differently (p. 5) What are some examples of theories? Is theory distinct or separate from research
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2011 for the course ECON 2301 taught by Professor Mo during the Fall '08 term at Texas Tech.

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2._Intro_to_Comm-Ch._1[1] - Welcome

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