Sanders, Farah A. C.
Title:
Faculty Lecturer - Speech Communication and Public Relations
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801-863-7298
Last Updated: 7/23/14 -
Current Research in Public Relations: The importance of understanding how key publics communicate with social media in order to more effectively deliver primary and secondary messages to activate, motivate, and educate. Current RESEARCH IN INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION: • Currently researching how different genders use interpersonal communication styles in romantic relationships to communicate needs of inclusion, as well as how genders are able to decipher each others needs based on how they communicate. PREVIOUS RESEARCH: • Conducted research on the use of technology with communication instruction to improve interpersonal communication between students and instructors. • Conducted research on the possibility of how technology in communication instruction is able to instruct multiple learning styles (visual, audio, and tactile-kinesthetic) in the classroom, resulting in increased comprehension and completion rates. • Conducted research on the use of technology with communication instruction improving the retention of students with Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder. • Public Relations, Speech Communication and Interpersonal Communication of communication instruction, communication technology, and communication in relationships.