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G201: Intro to Communication Theory Fall 2010 1 Primary Communication Theories Symbolic Convergence (Bormann) Uncertainty Reduction Theory (Berger) Functional Perspective on Group Decision Making (Hirokawa & Gouran) Semiotics (Barthes) Symbolic Interactionism (Mead) Social Information Processing Theory (Walther) Rhetoric (Aristotle) Cultural Studies (Hall) Coordinated Management of Meaning (Pearce & Cronen) Relational Dialectics (Baxter & Montgomery) Dramatism (Burke) Cultivation Theory (Gerbner) Constructivism (Delia) Elaboration Likelihood Model (Petty & Cacioppo) Narrative Paradigm (Fisher) Agenda-Setting Theory (McCombs & Shaw) Social Penetration Theory (Altman & Taylor) Cognitive Dissonance Theory (Festinger) Media Ecology (McLuhan) Spiral of Silence (Noelle-Neumann) Standpoint Theory (Harding & Wood) Muted Group Theory (Kramarae) Supplemental Communication Theories Social Exchange Theory Communication Privacy Management Theory Attribution Theory Approaches to Theory ( Objective / Interpretive ) Symbolic Convergence (Bormann) Uncertainty Reduction Theory (Berger) Functional Perspective on Group Decision Making (Hirokawa & Gouran) Semiotics (Barthes) Symbolic Interactionism (Mead) Social Information Processing Theory (Walther) Rhetoric (Aristotle) Cultural Studies (Hall) Coordinated Management of Meaning (Pearce & Cronen) Relational Dialectics (Baxter & Montgomery) Dramatism (Burke) Cultivation Theory (Gerbner) Constructivism (Delia) Elaboration Likelihood Model (Petty & Cacioppo) Narrative Paradigm (Fisher) Agenda-Setting Theory (McCombs & Shaw) Social Penetration Theory (Altman & Taylor) Cognitive Dissonance Theory (Festinger) Media Ecology (McLuhan) Spiral of Silence (Noelle-Neumann) Standpoint Theory (Harding & Wood) Muted Group Theory (Kramarae)
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