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Authored by a uniquely qualified team of educators and practitioners, this text utilizes a class-tested case study approach to illustrate the many ways and contexts in which health communication functions. Main topics in COMMUNICATING HEALTH are embedded in compelling stories or cases. Theoretical, conceptual and research findings have been seamlessly integrated throughout the text.
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"This book is 'best in class,' with exceptionally reasonable pricing. My students uniformly applaud its use." Ellen R. Cohn, University of Pittsburgh"
Communicating Health: Personal, Cultural, and Political Complexities is an excellent and challenging text that does not sacrifice theoretical grounding or scholarly integrity. Using narrative theory, it serves as an example of a large amount of information that is presented in a compressed form that sacrifices neither content nor quality. "Lynda Dee Dixon, Bowling Green State University
"In Communicating Health, Geist-Martin, Ray, and Sharf provide a thoughtful and engaging overview of the interconnected communicative complexities that reflect and constitute health care dilemmas and successes in contemporary society. By combining theoretical approaches and lived experiences, the authors give readers opportunities for theorizing their own lives, whether seeking or providing health care. "Kimberly N. Kline, University of Texas at San Antonio
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