oral communication


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oral communication

noun dissemination, information, message, news, notification, report, revelation, utterance, verbal announcement, verbal annunciation, verbal declaration, verbal disclosure, writing
Associated concepts: defamation, public official, right to privacy, slander
See also: conversation, discourse, parlance, parley, speech
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He provides ample case studies regarding the use of oral communication strategies from among diverse people groups, but many of the examples are thirty to forty years old.
First, they expose the pressure applied by the numerous reports and survey findings that continually indicate that business leaders, scholars, and higher education accrediting associations are pushing for oral communication skills among college students.
When an oral communication course is included in the general education curriculum, that course tends to be narrow rather than broad in scope.
Oral communication is hindered when negative remarks are made such as inherent rudeness, put downs, and downgrading of others.
It is the opinion of the standing committee that if oral communication is allowed in this area, it will only lead to more improper legal advice, more unlicensed practice of law, and more harm to the victims," he wrote.
Virtual classrooms afford equality of opportunity for students with oral communications or shyness problems.
This research analyzes the main dimensions of the oral communication capability, develops an instrument to measure this capability and provides a communicator typology of purchasing managers.
Proficiency in reading, writing, listening, interpreting, oral communication, and visual analysis is necessary as the modern health system typically relies on a variety of interpersonal, textual, and electronic media to present health information.
Nomen has realised pester power is based on oral communication much more than the written word.
programs must be innovative and teach proficiencies such as written and oral communication skills, an advanced ability to analyze data, and literacy in a variety of computer software: "An M.
He also is committed to ensuring that technical industries will have workers who have good work ethics, extensive hands-on training and sound written and oral communication skills.