Study IX of the basic communication course at two- and four-year U.S. Colleges and Universities: a re-examination of our discipline's “front porch”
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This present study, the ninth in this series of longitudinal studies that began in 1970, has a similar goal as the past studies in that it seeks to provide timely and relevant descriptive information about the basic communication course to be useful for instructors and administrators alike. It also intends to provide a reflective framework for interpreting this information while simultaneously offering some viable implications and recommendations for those individuals who teach and administer the course and engage in research about it.
Morreale, S. P., Myers, S. A., Backlund, P. M., & Simonds, C. J. (2015). Study IX of the basic communication course at two- and four-year U.S. Colleges and Universities: a re-examination of our discipline’s “front porch.” Communication Education, 65(3), 338–355. https://doi.org/10.1080/03634523.2015.1073339
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