cmn 152 syl F10

cmn 152 syl F10 - Communication 152 Theories of Persuasion...

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Communication 152 Theories of Persuasion Winter 2011 Meeting Days Meeting Time 10am to 11:50am Meeting Location Wellman 106 Instructor Mikayla Jenkins Office 363 Kerr Hall Email [email protected] Office Hours Tues 11am to 12pm Mon 2pm to 3pm Or by appointment Please do not see office hours exclusively as a time to address problems with the course. You can use them to clarify points you do not understand, to get additional readings, or to talk about the subject matter in relation to your interests. You do not need a crisis to make productive use of these hours. Please do not view my office hours as the only time to seek me out. If you wish, I am more than willing to meet at alternate times. The most efficient way to reach me is by email. Goal The primary goal of the course is to provide students with an overview of theory and research pertaining to persuasive communication. This goal will be achieved by exposing students to theories, models, and concepts germane to the domain of persuasion. A secondary goal of the course is to encourage students to think about how empirical findings and theory inform persuasive message construction
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