By Charles T. Salmon
Communication Yearbook 36 maintains the culture of publishing state-of-the-discipline literature reports and essays. Editor Charles T. Salmon offers a quantity that's hugely foreign and interdisciplinary in scope, with authors and chapters representing the wide international pursuits of the foreign communique organization. The contents contain summaries of communique learn courses that signify the main leading edge paintings at the moment, with the world over well known students serving as respondents to every bankruptcy. delivering a mix of chapters emphasizing well timed disciplinary issues and enduring theoretical questions, this quantity may be useful to students all through conversation studies.
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The result of this will be that, in general, persons will have a correct picture of the world around them in which they live” (p. 356). With his differentiation of human needs into the pursuit of psychological consistency on the one hand and an adequate adaptation to the environment The Dissonant Self 17 on the other, Festinger explained human behavior from two opposing motives. Not least for this reason, dissonance theory is considered as a starting point for the study of “social cognition” (Stone, 2001, p.
New York: Free Press. Aronson, E. (1968). Dissonance theory: Progress and problems. In R. P. Abelson, E. Aronson, W. J. McGuire, T. M. Newcomb, M. J. Rosenberg, & P. H. ), Theories of cognitive consistency: A sourcebook (pp. 5–27). Chicago, IL: Rand McNally. Aronson, E. (1969). The theory of cognitive dissonance: A current perspective. In L. ), Advances in experimental social psychology (Vol. 4, pp. 1–34). New York: Academic Press. Aronson, E. (1999). Dissonance, hypocrisy, and the self-concept.
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Communication Yearbook 36 by Charles T. Salmon