Diversity and difference in communication
Diversity and difference in communication

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Diversity and difference in communication


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Chapter 12 'Beliefs, values and intercultural communication' by Lena Robinson

Chapter 13 'Men talking about fatherhood: discourse and identities' by Martin Robb (lecturer in the School of Health and Social Welfare at The Open University

Chapter 14 'Anti-oppressive practice' by Beverley Burke and Philomena Harrison

Chapter 18 'Technology, selfhood and physical disability' by Deborah Lupton and Wendy Seymour

Chapter 24 'Disability and communication: listening is not enough' bu Sally French and John Swain

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