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1 Communication Studies Research Part I Not in the Textbook (&)
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Slide2 Communication Studies Research Agenda I. Methods of Discovery - How Is Communication Research Done? II. Five Contemporary Research Methods III. Sources Of Scholarly Research IV. Discuss the Abstract Assignment
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Slide3 I. Methods of Discovery Discoveries about communication are important! Our lives are guided, to a large extent by commonsense theories of human action/communication.
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Slide4 I. Methods of Discovery Personal Theories or Strategies of human behavior/communication Commonsense ways of knowing Personal Theories/Strategies lead to Scholarly Discoveries of Human Behavior
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Slide5 I. Methods of Discovery Take 5 minutes and discuss with those around you: What are some personal theories/strategies that you have discovered?
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I. Methods of Discovery Problems With Commonsense Ways Of Knowing: Commonsense knowing is biased - subjective 1. Our everyday models of human behavior are often models of our own behavior. 2.
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course CST 190 taught by Professor Billmeyer during the Spring '08 term at Wisc La Crosse.

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