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Daniel Adrian Doss's background includes tenured assistant professor, College of Business, University of West Alabama; assistant professor, Belhaven College; adjunct assistant professor, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University; and chair of Graduate Business and Management, University of Phoenix (Memphis). He has coauthored a variety of peer-reviewed articles and conference materials. His professional career consisted of software engineering and analytical positions in the defense and commercial industries. He is a colonel (military police) for the Mississippi State Guard. His has a PhD in business administration from Northcentral University. He is currently pursuing a second doctorate in police science with the University of South Africa. William H. Glover, Jr. drafts forms, legal digests, and legal summaries for U.S. Legal Forms. He earned a JD from the University of Mississippi School of Law and joined the firm of Wells Marble & Hurst where he later became a partner. While at Wells, he supervised major real estate commercial loan transactions and employment law cases. Dr. Glover joined the faculty of Belhaven University in Jackson, Mississippi as assistant professor of business administration and university attorney. He is a lieutenant colonel and staff judge advocate for the Mississippi State Guard and received the Magnolia Medal from the Mississippi Army National Guard in 2010. Rebecca A. Goza is the senior director of Internal Audit Services for the American Cancer Society and an adjunct professor of accounting at the University of Central Oklahoma. Ms. Goza received her MBA in accounting from the University of Central Oklahoma and is currently pursuing a DBA in accounting from Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana. With more than 20 years of experience in internal and external auditing, Ms. Goza received accreditation as an internal assessor/validator from the Institute of Internal Auditors and has served as a volunteer quality reviewer. Michael Wigginton, Jr. has been an assistant professor of criminal justice and director of the University of Mississippi Master of Criminal Justice Executive Cohort Program at the University of Mississippi; assistant professor at Southeast Louisiana University; adjunct professor at Tulane University; senior special agent, United States Customs Service; special agent, United States Drug Enforcement Administration; detective and state trooper, Louisiana State Police; police officer, New Orleans Police Department; and a U.S. Air Force security police dog handler with service in Vietnam. He has a PhD in criminal justice from University of Southern Mississippi and is the author of numerous publications on the criminal justice system.
Foundations of Communications Crafting Communication Psychological Aspects of Communications Basic Written Communications Visuals and Graphical Communication Reporting and Technical Communication Oral Communications and Interpersonal Behaviors Communications Technology Organizational Communication Marketing and Advertising Communications Emergency and Public Communication Employment Communication Leading the Way: Leadership Communication High or Low? The Mathematics of Communication Communication Ethics and Professional Organizations Communications and the U.S. Constitution Communication in the Justice System Can You Hear Me Now? Physical Disability and Communication Challenges Back to the Future: Communications Innovation and Emerging Concepts Appendices Index