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Start with these Electronic Resources/Databases. See Oregon Tech Library’s webpage listing databases with Communication articles and information:
Specific Journal/Periodical Titles
Aside from the first title, all of these are available at Oregon Tech library, either electronically or in print form. See the Oregon Tech library catalog for more information.
Looking for a Book?
Books and other items are listed in the Library Catalog. Use the Library Catalog to find materials in the Oregon Tech Libraries' collections and through the Summit. Summit provides access to materials from 36 academic libraries in Oregon and Washington for Oregon Tech students, faculty and staff. See the titles and suggested Library of Congress call number ranges below for pointers to popular items.
Try these Library of Congress call number ranges
|GN301 - 517 ||Ethnology, Social and Cultural Anthropology |
|HE7600 - 9750 ||Telecommunications |
|HM1106 - 1281 ||Interpersonal Relations, Social Behavior, Social Influence |
|P1 - 500 ||Philology, Linguistics (Communication, Mass Media, Linguistic Theory, etc) |
|PE1000 - 3700 ||Modern English Language (rhetoric, writing composition) |
|PN4699 - 6000 ||Journalism, periodical press |
|T10.5 - 11.9 ||Communication of Technical Information |
|Z4 – 659 ||Books, Writing, Publishing (style guides) |
Luntz, F. I. (2007). Words that work: It's not what you say, it's what people hear. New York: Hyperion. (Oregon Tech library call number: PE1431 .L87 2007)
Baldwin, J. R., Perry, S. D., & Moffitt, M. A. (2004). Communication theories for everyday life. Boston: Pearson/Allyn and Bacon. (Oregon Tech call number: P90 .C6326 2004)
Webster, F. (2003). Theories of the information society. The international library of sociology. London: Routledge. (Oregon Tech call number : HM1206 .W43 2002)
Bannon, G., & Mattock, J. (2003). Cross-cultural communication: The essential guide to international business. London: Kogan Page. (Oregon Tech call number : HF5718 .C77 2003)
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