Andersen, Martin P.
September 1965
Journal of Business Communication;Fall65, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p13
Academic Journal
A reprint of the article from the December 1964 issue of the "Journal of Communication" is presented discussing a survey of books on communication published during the period 1950-1959. The number of books on communication was steadily increasing during the second half of the decade. Communication was fast becoming the concern of an ever-widening range of persons. The concept of communication has been broadened at the same time that many of its dimensions have been refined.


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