Human Communication Processes
A study of the complexity of everyday communication through an examination of the interplay between verbal and non-verbal resources used to produce "messages". Discussed are the powers and limitations of language as well as the role of communication in maintaining and changing social reality. (The course does not include direct instruction in communication skills.)
Additional Course Information
- CS100 or CS101.
||W - 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. - Winter Term