Handbook of Communication Competence
Mouton deGruyter, 2015

Competence in communicating is vital to health, relationships, and all collective human endeavors. This volume brings together scholars from across the globe to examine the various facets of communication competence, including its history as an organizing concept, to its essential components, its application in interpersonal, group, institutional, and societal contexts. The book will provide a state of the art review for scholars and graduate students of communication, as well as practitioners in counseling, developmental, health care, educational, intercultural consulting, and human resource management contexts. 

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