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COMM 3060: Listening Theory  

Guide on listening theory
Last Updated: Jul 8, 2014 URL: http://libguides.weber.edu/content.php?pid=402806 Print Guide RSS Updates

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Introduction

"We listen in order to learn and retain information. If we are speaking, we are not listening or learning anything to add to our sum of knowledge. This is why the first step to effective listening is to stop talking!" — Ken Fracaro (Source: www.listen.org)

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