Analysis and evaluation of formal and informal patterns of communication within organizations; exploration of both theoretical and practical aspects of how such patterns develop. Subject areas include communication aspects involved in social issues, briefings, conflict management, interview situations, conferences, administration, and decision making. Considerable emphasis is placed upon issues of diversity, including but not limited to, gender, sexuality, and ethnicity. 3 Credits (3 Lecture) Prerequisite(s): ENL111 and SPC101 or ENL111 and SPC201. (Cultural Diversity)
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