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ERIC Number: ED109719
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Pages: 14
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A Critique of Theoretical Contributions in Instructional Communication.
Scott, Michael
In "Theoretical Contributions in Instructional Communication," a survey was presented concerning the extent to which communication games are being used in communication classrooms. The survey sampled 293 Speech Communication Association members. An unequivocal or representative answer to the question, "Which types of games are utilized?" was impossible for two reasons. The authors arbitrarily limited the number and types of games available to the respondent on the questionnaire, and the games described for the respondents were so "semantically" rich that they may very well have elicited differential meaning from the respondents. However, the authors should be applauded for attempting the study, and a duplication of their effort is warranted. (RB)
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Note: Study prepared at West Virginia University; Not available in hard copy due to marginal legibility of original document