In Language Habits in Human Affairs, highly respected general semantics educator Dr. Irving J. Lee reveals how our language habits lead to trouble. He then shows how to change such habits to develop more effective communication and thinking skills.
This book helps us develop new awareness of the problems and difficulties involved in making accurate statements about ourselves and the world in which we live. It reveals how to discover the maladjustments, both personal and social, that have their roots in improper evaluation, because of false-to-fact language habits.
Communication professionals, teachers, students, thinkers, writers, all who want to build better life skills through improved language habits must read Language Habits in Human Affairs.
Second edition. 316 pages. 6 by 9 inches. Softcover.