Our primary aim in Communication As Identification is to set forth theory that improves a student's understanding of interpersonal communication. Throughout the book we stress the importance of applying communication theory in practice assignments. We include a number of model communications, since we believe that student performance is an essential ingredient as students work to improve their communication. Communication As Identification seeks an interpersonal emphasis while retaining productive aspects of the public speaking tradition. We see an essential similarity in one-to-one, small group, and speaker-audience settings. We have found that combining the public speaking and interpersonal communication approaches is well suited to the classroom and is well received by our students, who see that this blending helps them to improve in a wide range of important communication behaviors. Plus we believe that an interpersonal approach to public speaking provides a more accurate analog to students' nonclassroom communication experiences.
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