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This guide is designed to help you get started with your Communication research. Use the tabs to find books, journal articles, and additional research resources available to you at the LRC at RCCC .
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Communications

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The field of communications, the theories and techniques used by individuals to convey meaning to others, is diverse.  Research sources often focus on a more narrow subset of the field such as: film, television, radio, journalism, communications law & ethics, advertising, marketing, public relations, communications technology, digital design, semiotics, linguistics, and/or societal issues.  

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"John F. Kennedy Inaugural Address "Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For You" January 20, 1961"

 

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