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ERIC Number: ED125023
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 16
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Communicative Creativity and Pedagogical Practice.
Arnold, Carroll C.
This essay contains a brief review of the theory of teaching communication based on Anglo-American inheritance, touches upon twentieth-century changes in that theory and practice, and identifies certain postulates that seem useful as bases for pedagogies in communication which recognize the unique thought processes associated with creating practical messages. The consequences of the fact that practical communication is a process and a human relationship have been too often ignored or shallowly penetrated in Western pedagogies of communication. The way now seems open for teaching which stresses the relational features of communication and for views of process and sensitivity which open the way for a richer pedagogy in all practical communication. (RB)
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Note: Paper prepared for the special edition of "Communication, Journal of the Communication Association of the Pacific" compiled for the C.A.P. Convention (Kobe, Japan, June 1976)