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Monday, January 18, 2010

New Communication books, January 18

New books on display this week:

Special events: the roots and wings of celebration / Joe Goldblatt. 394.26068 GOL

Executive writing skills for managers / Fiona Talbot. 658.453 TAL

The Blackwell Guide to Plato's Republic / edited by Gerasimos Santas. 321.07 PLA

Talk less, say more: 3 habits to influence others and make things happen / Connie Dieken. 651.7 DIE

Managing sticky situations and work: Communication secrets for success in the workplace / Joan C. Curtis. 658.45 CUR

Fundamentals of sustainable business: A guide for the next 100 years / Matthew Tueth. 658.4083 TUE

Business in society / Mark Erikson, Harriet Bradley, Carol Stephenson and Steve Williams. 302.35 BUS

Interpreting economic and social data: A foundation of descriptive statistics / Othmar W. Winkler. 300.72 WIN

Media studies: A reader / edited by Sue Thornham, Caroline Bassett and Paul Marris. 302.234 MED

The four conversations: Daily communication that gets results / Jeffrey Ford and Laurie Ford. 658.45 FOR

Communicating nature: How we create and understand environmental messages / Julia B. Corbett. 333.72 COR

Access road / Maurice Gee. 823.2 GEE

The global emerging market: Strategic management and economics / Vladimir Kvint. 382 KVI

Power without responsibility: Press, broadcasting and the internet in Britain, 7th ed. / James Curran and Jean Seaton. 302.230941 CUR

Spinning intelligence: Why intelligence needs the media, why media need intelligence / edited by Robert Dover and Michale S. Goldman. 070.4 SPI

Brilliant copywriting: how to craft the most interesting and effective copywriting imaginable / Roger Horberry. 658.84 HOR

Cultural intelligence: Living and working globally, 2nd ed / David C. Thomas and Kerr Inkson. 302.35 THO

Effective communication: The most important management skill of all /658.45 ADA

How to write effective business English: the essential toolkit for composing powerful letters, e-mails and more, for today's business needs / Fiona Talbot. 808.06665 TAL

Leadership teams: Developing and sustaining high performance / Geoff Sheard, Andrew Kakabadse and Nada Kakabadse. 658.4022 SHE

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