Looking Out, Looking In
- ISBN 13:
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- Edition: 13th
- Format: Hardcover
- Copyright: 01/05/2010
- Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing
- Newer Edition
Note: Not guaranteed to come with supplemental materials (access cards, study guides, lab manuals, CDs, etc.)
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Used by more than a million students, LOOKING OUT/LOOKING IN, Thirteenth Edition, continues its outstanding tradition of combining current information with a fun, reader-friendly voice that links course topics to your everyday life. You'll discover the reasons to improve your interpersonal skills and sharpen your critical understanding of the communication process through diverse and compelling examples that illustrate how communication skills can affect both the world around us and our own lives.
Improve your relationships and your future career success with this engaging text that teaches interpersonal concepts through popular music, art, movies, and television.
"I believe that the Adler treatment of IPC is one of the best in the field… It presents this material in a clear and relevant fashion for students. It covers topics of significant importance for the personal and relational growth of students. It is easy to teach from. The ancillary materials are excellent and further the instruction quality of the text…This is one of the most teacher and student friendly books in the field. Excellent visuals in the chapters and excellent applications and exercises."
"I think this text has class. Our students think it has real value, so much so, that they keep it. With this text we change lives, empower people and teach skills and concepts for a communication rich life."
"I thought the (Communication Scenarios) were interesting and insightful. I also think that my students would enjoy the scenarios. Because we live in such a media generated society, I have found that my students truly enjoy watching concepts rather then being lectured on a concept."