Speech 3043 Introduction to Communication Theory--Dr. Wallace
The library tutorials are available to provide reinforcement for materials
covered in class.
Where are materials located in the library?
First floor: online catalog, indexes, Circulation, Reserve.
Second floor: online catalog, periodicals in call number order (subject) map
Third floor: books that can be checked out--arranged by subject. map
John Vaughan Library Physical Overview
Where can I get an overview to theories?
International Encyclopedia of Communications Ref.
P 87.5.I5 1989
Webster's New World Dictionary of Media and Communications Ref. P 87.5.W45 1990
Where can I locate information in books?
Use the Online catalog Try
the following subject headings:
Induction (Logic), Social interaction, Symbolic interactionism, Constructivism, Attribution (social psychology), Cognitive dissonance, Social groups, Conformity, and Persuasion (Psychology).
Where can I locate information in journals?
The following indexes would be helpful:
EbscoHost Tutorial (helpful with the five databases listed below)
Wilson Omnfile Tutorial (helpful with the database listed below)
Each index may use different subject headings to represent the
same subject. See the example below for the concept of group cohesion.
|Social Sciences Index||ERIC||PsycLit|
|social cohesion||group unity||group cohesion|
To locate the journals in the library, do a title search on the Online catalog.
How would I locate resources on the Web?
International Communication Association
National Communication Association [http://www.natcom.org/]
Further information on subject-specific resources.
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