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C. S. Lewis and the Craft of Communication
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C. S. Lewis and the Craft of Communication

Steven Beebe
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C. S. Lewis and the Craft of Communication

Steven Beebe
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C. S. Lewis, based on the popularity of his books and essays, is one of the best communicators of the twentieth century. During his lifetime he was hailed for his talents as author, speaker, educator, and broadcaster; he continues to be a best-selling author more than a half-century after his death.

C. S. Lewis and the Craft of Communication analyzes Lewis's communication skill. A comprehensive review of Lewis's work reveals five communication principles that explain his success as a communicator. Based on Lewis's own advice about communication in his books, essays, and letters, as well as his communication practice, being a skilled communicator is to be holistic, intentional, transpositional, evocative, and audience-centered. These five principles are memorably summarized by the acronym HI TEA. Dr. Steven Beebe, past president of the National Communication Association and an internationally-recognized communication author and educator, uses Lewis's own words to examine these five principles in a most engaging style.

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Publisher
Peter Lang
Year
2020
ISBN
9781433172359
Topic
Languages & Linguistics
Subtopic
Communication Studies
Edition
1

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