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Subject Guide: Communication, Journalism, and Public Relations: Communication

This guide contains information about sources of interest for the subjects taught in the School of Communication and Journalism.

Communication Theory

The Theory List
A list of theories from the 10th edition of A First Look at Communication Theory
Connect to Communication Theory Clusters (University of Twente - Netherlands)
‚ÄčA list of Communication Theories, clustered by topic, with definitions, history, core assumptions, and lists of key references

Guide to Communications-Related Call Numbers

KF 1-9827 : Federal Law. Copyright. Collective State Law
P 87-96 : Communication. Mass Media
P 94.7 : Interpersonal Communication
P 95-95.6 : Oral Communication. Speech
P 99.5-99.6 : Nonverbal Communication
PN 1990-1997 : Broadcasting, Radio, Television, Motion Pictures
PN 4699-5639 : Journalism. The Periodical Press
T : Technology
TR : Photojournalism
Z 40-115 : Communication writing
Z 657-661 : Freedom of the Press. Censorship

Librarian/Liaison to select departments in the College of Arts and Humanities; Liaison to the School of Communication and Journalism; Liaison pro tem to the Psychology Department; Accidental Government Documents Librarian; Library Department Chair

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