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Oral communication

Here are entered works on speaking as a means of communication. Works on the oral production of meaningful sounds in language are entered under Speech.

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  • Oral transmission
  • Speech communication
  • Verbal communication
Filed under: Oral tradition -- Periodicals Filed under: Oral tradition -- England -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Public speaking -- Periodicals Filed under: Expression -- Periodicals Filed under: Telephone -- Periodicals Filed under: Preaching Filed under: Preaching -- United States -- History Filed under: African American preachingFiled under: Bible -- Homiletical use
  • [Info] Tropologia: A Key to Open Scripture Metaphors, in Four Books; To Which Are Prefixed, Arguments to Prove the Divine Authority of the Holy Bible, Together With Types of the Old Testament (1858), by Benjamin Keach
Filed under: Bible. Psalms -- Homiletical useFiled under: Extemporaneous preaching Filed under: Jewish preaching -- Germany -- Berlin Filed under: Jewish preaching -- Italy -- History -- 16th centuryFiled under: Jewish preaching -- Italy -- History -- 17th centuryFiled under: Preaching in literatureFiled under: Oral communication -- Social aspects Filed under: Oral communication -- Social aspects -- AustraliaFiled under: Conversation Filed under: Conversation -- Research Filed under: Conversation in literature Filed under: Imaginary conversationsFiled under: Conversation analysisFiled under: Folklore -- PerformanceFiled under: Oral traditionFiled under: Public speaking

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