Communicating by Telephone

Communicating by Telephone

1st Edition - November 27, 1987

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  • Editor: Michael Argyle
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483286280

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Description

This book examines the contribution which social psychology has made to telecommunications, and in turn considers how telecommunications have contributed to social psychology. The emphasis throughout is on experimental research and theory. The history and development of the telephone is discussed, with particular attention paid to its uses and effectiveness, especially in interviewing and surveys, crisis intervention and counselling, and conferences and teaching. The theoretical background to the main arguments of the book are introduced, concentrating on non-verbal communication, especially looking, eye-contact, seeing and cuelessness. Outcome research, in particular the transmission of information and problem solving, persuasion and person perception is discussed. Process is also explored, including the content and style of interactions. The concluding section examines recent research on teaching and learning by telephone.

Readership

For advanced undergraduates, graduate students and research workers in social psychology and communications.

Table of Contents

  • History and survey of the telephone. Theoretical background. Outcome. Process. Teaching and learning by telephone. Index.

Product details

  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Pergamon 1987
  • Published: November 27, 1987
  • Imprint: Pergamon
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483286280

About the Editor

Michael Argyle

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