3 edition of patterning of listener attitudes toward radio broadcasts found in the catalog.
patterning of listener attitudes toward radio broadcasts
John Gray Peatman
by Pub. for the American Association for Applied Psychology by Stanford University Press in Stanford University, Calif
Written in English
|Statement||by John Gray Peatman and Tore Hallonquist.|
|Series||Applied psychology monographs of the American Association for Applied psychology,, no. 4|
|Contributions||Hallonquist, Tore R., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HE8697.A8 P4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||a 45002724|
Listening, Sixth Edition takes an experiential approach to listening instruction, providing extensive applied examples and cases within the context of the HURIER listening model. The text encourages students to view listening as a process involving six interrelated components, which are developed along the parallel dimensions of theory and skill by: A study was undertaken to determine the effect of role playing behavior as a variable in persuasive communication. Subjects were 52 male college students who were divided into two groups: those who held favorable attitudes toward the speech topic were assigned the role of speakers, and those who responded negatively toward the topics were assigned the role of : Robert C. Kelley, Wilbur J. Osborne.
Praise for "Listening: Attitudes, Principles, and Skills" "[This text] includes fabulous activities and application exercises, case studies, and concise chapters I have already adopted this book and, in the face of other listening texts reviewed, will remain with this text . Report of a research into the attitudes and habits of radio listeners. St. Paul, Minn., Webb Book Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Clifford Kirkpatrick.
This is a great, albiet huge, book, and it is well worth the read. I’ve also read Drucker’s article, Managing Oneself (Harvard Business Review, ), which talks about the difference between being a reader and listener. Level 3: The listener seeks to understand the substance of what the other person is saying. They capture ideas, ask questions, and restate issues to confirm that their understanding is correct.
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First Published Apr patterning of listener attitudes toward radio broadcasts book, ; pp. – Abstract. The Patterning of Listener Attitudes Toward Radio Broadcasts by John Gray Peatman, Tore Hallonquist (p.
) Review by: C. Sandage DOI: / Attitudes towards local radio among local radio listeners 5 Section 3 3 Local media consumption Local radio in the UK Ofcom’s Communications Market Report stated that there are local commercial radio stations and 46 BBC local and nations’ radio stations broadcasting onanalogue (i.e.
The phrase, ‘Listening Attitude’, paints such a great image of what a good listener should become. Like the five suggestions and might suggest an amplification or maybe a sixth suggestion: LISTEN WITH YOUR EYES.
So often when I’m speaking and another person is supposedly listening, their eyes are roaming all over, clearly not toward me. Teach towards Changing the Listener’s Behavior There is an intimidating and terrifying wide gap between understanding parliamentary procedure at the RP level, and convincing an association to recompense you at the PRP level.
The basis for this gap is that if you cannotFile Size: 21KB. A radio broadcast offers ways to attract the listener's attention that cannot be used by a book.
What did the War of the Worlds broadcast use to attract listeners. Sound, "live interviews," and music B. The ability for listeners to call in and talk to someone about what.
Listening is a soft skill that allows people to understand the information others convey to them. It is part of the communication skill set that includes speaking skills, also known as verbal communication, and interpersonal skills.
Preferences, Purposes, and Types of Listening. People speak for various reasons and with various goals in mind. Likewise, the ways we listen vary according to our preferences and purposes.
Several theorists have identified types of listening which can help us understand our own behavior and that of others. As time went on the world of radio grew in both scope and popularity, and many broadcasts began to hit the radio waves.
Radio became a new form of communication and entertainment. Between the ’s and ’s many radio shows were broadcast, and gathering around the radio in the evening was a common form of entertainment. To investigate the attitudes of school teachers toward children with voice problems in a Chinese population.
Method Three groups of listeners participated in this study: primary school teachers, speech-language pathology students, and general university by: Chapter II: Communication Skills: Composition, Listening, Radio, Speech, and Related Areas.
Chapter II: Communication Skills: Composition, Listening, Radio, Speech, and Related Areas Show all authors. Hallonquist, TR Patterning of Listener s Attitudes Toward Radio Broadcasts California Stanford University Press 58 Google : Franklin H.
Knower. Attitude toward Enhancing Extensive Listening through Podcasts Supplementary Pack comprehensively Saudi students’ and teachers’ attitudes about podcasts’ criteria and contents to include in an transmission time of radio broadcast services made it.
Psychology Definition of LISTENING ATTITUDE: first proposed by Italian-born U.S. psychiatrist Silvano Arieti ( - ) the listening attitude is the. Listener Survey April 1 Listener Survey Report they are listeners to the radio too and the radio is a community radio station and in the broadcasts, indicating that the listeners feel a sense of ownership and familiarity which is unique to community Size: KB.
Book Description. Listening, Sixth Edition takes an experiential approach to listening instruction, providing extensive applied examples and cases within the context of the HURIER listening model.
The text encourages students to view listening as a process involving six interrelated components, which are developed along the parallel dimensions of theory and skill building. Attitudes toward communication in adductor spasmodic dysphonia before and after botulinum toxin injection. Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology, 2, – Google ScholarCited by: This study investigated university students' attitudes toward women with voice or resonance disorders and whether providing listeners with information about those disorders affected their attitudes towards the women.
Eighty students listened to speech samples of 9 women: 3 with normal voice/resonance, 3 with moderate hoarseness/breathiness, and Cited by: audience characteristics such as values, beliefs, and attitudes, which often influence our behaviors. Value expresses a judgment of what is important and unimportant, desirable.
When the primary goal is to change listener's attitudes, beliefs, or behaviors, one delivers _____. a speech to persuade When the primary objective is to increase listeners' understanding, awareness, or knowledge of some topic, one delivers __________.
Good listening skills are essential to any manager’s success—but sometimes it’s hard to find the time in today’s frantic work environment. As a result, it’s easy to fall into a habit of listening to a direct report just long enough to offer advice or solve a problem.
This might keep the line moving, but it.While being a good listener is certainly important for getting by in the world, for the quality of our relationships with others and for our own development, it likely doesn’t come naturally for most of us.
One study, reported in the book Business Communications: Strategies and Skills, found that the average person retains only about 25% of.Susan Douglas, Listening In: Radio and the American Imagination (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, ), InFM radio accounted for one-third of all radio listening but only 14 percent of radio profits.
Susan Douglas, Listening In: Radio and the American Imagination (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, ),