Interviewing In Context
By Wilson, Gerald L and Goodall, H. Lloyd
Designed for intermediate level courses in interviewing, this book blends current theory with the practical applications critical to mastering interviewing skills. The book features a wide variety of examples drawn from business, government, educational, community, social and professional situations. Other important features include strong pedagogy, a trouble-shooting guide, sections on ethical issues in each applications chapter, and a focus on specific interviewing contexts.


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Gerald L. Wilson is the Chair of the Communication Department at the University of South Alabama. He has authored five books and numerous essays and articles on communication. is also a consultant to business and industry.

Interviewing In Context
Author(s): Wilson, Gerald L and Goodall, H. Lloyd
ISBN: 0070708584
DOI: 10.1036/0070708584

Format: paperback, 384 pages.
Pub date: 1 Jan 1991
Copyright: 1991
$54.06 US
Product Line: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages

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