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Communication Studies

  

Ethical Controversies in Communication A Course Review of COM 492

April 6, 2020 by | Course Reviews

Last semester I decided to take Ethical Controversies in Communication as an upper-division elective for my Strategic Corporate Communication major. Ethics is something that has always interested me and as a double major in Psychology, I thought this class would complement and bring together both of my majors. Throughout this course, we explored alternative ways

Learning to Process, Exchange, and Interpret Ideas and Information Introduction to Research Methods: COM/SCC 295

October 10, 2018 by Paloma Leiton, Madison Murphy, Julia Ross, and Ashton Smith | Course Reviews

By: Paloma Leiton, Madi Murphy, Julia Ross, and Ashton Smith Research methods is all about learning to “process, exchange, and interpret” ideas and information… what does this mean? While we have all probably created a quick survey utilizing Google Surveys or SurveyMonkey, did you know there is a ‘correct and proper’ way to write a

Who Says Communication Majors Don’t Like Math? COM/SCC 295: Research Methods

March 2, 2018 by Marissa Dunn, Billy Tipp, Tyler Small | Course Reviews

by Marissa Dunn, Tyler Small, Billy Tipp Are you creative? Do you find trends and patterns fascinating? Does creating a message designed for a mass audience excite to you? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you will find that majoring in the field of Communication can change your life. While many School

The Theory of Buying a Flamingo Theories of Persuassion (COM 210)

October 27, 2017 by Carolyn Devan, Brooke Francis, Hannah Klinedinst | Course Reviews

by Carolyn Devan, Brooke Francis, Hannah Klinedinst What if I told you I had the background knowledge to persuade you to buy a flamingo? Well, I may just be able to with the help of my little friend, Theory of Planned Behavior. Looking at your behavior, normative, and control beliefs I can ideally predict and

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