Communication: A Critical/Cultural Introduction 2ed

Fassett, John T Warren and Deanna L

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Good subject. Fairly easy content to grasp - it all seems sort of like putting technical names to common knowledge. Very easy to get a 7 with a little effort.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

This was the most painful course of my entire bachelor degree and to honest I'm not sure what I took away from it... I am about to graduate and I don't remember ever referring back to anything I learned in this course...it just gave me the ability to answer a few more trivia questions related to ancient philosophers. I gave it two stars instead of one because I had John Edmond as a tutor who was a super rad guy and made these classes far less painful then they would have been otherwise.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014

This is the most painful subject ever. A whole tone of complex communication models that are both confusing and pointless and your arms will start to hurt from all the damn reaching of being forced to read WAY too much into people's communication. Readings are the cure for insomnia. Lecturer obsessed with talking about herself (we get it, you've worked in the medical field...shut up) and spends more time talking about herself than what you need to know for the exam. Expected to memorise over 50 terms with similar sounding names. I hated the guts out of this subject. I was so happy when it was over.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015