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Thesis Statement-Communication Skills-Lecture Handout

Lecture Notes, Communication Skills

Post: August 7th, 2012
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Communication is a process, which involves sharing of information between people through a continuous activity of speaking, listening, and understanding. Communication is important factor in business management. This lecture includes: Thesis, Statment, Topic, Purpose, Inflation, Appropriation, Market, Patients, Food, Fast, Opinion
Communication is a process, which involves sharing of information between people through a continuous activity of speaking, listening, and understanding. Communication is important factor in business management. This lecture includes: Thesis, Statment, Topic, Purpose, Inflation, Appropriation, Market, Patients, Food, Fast, Opinion
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Communication Skills – MCM 301 What is a thesis statement? A thesis statement is a declarative statement in sentence form. It is a complete thought; it is not a question. It is a simple sentence that makes a statement or expresses an attitude, opinion, condition, position, or feeling about the subject. Suppose you begin with a topic, the general subject matter, and, after considering your audience and researching your subject, you formulate a statement about the topic. For example: Fast foods Fast foods are a serious problem for heart patients You have made a complete declarative statement. Th is statement expresses a condition about the relationship that exists between fast foods and heart patients. However, consider the next example. Fast foods Does fast foods cause a serious problem for heart patients? This sentence is not a thesis statement. It does not express a feeling, condition, opinion, or an attitude. The sentence is a question; it does not declare or tell anything -- it o..

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