Individual Author Record
Name: Bernard J. BrommelPen Name: None Genre: Non-Fiction Born: Sites:
Illinois ConnectionThe author is professor emeritus of communications at Northeastern Illinois University and lives in the Chicago area.
Biographical and Professional InformationBernard J. Brommel, professor emeritus in the communication, media and theatre department, taught at Northeastern Illinois University for more than 30 years. A teacher and scholar, he has written numerous books and scholarly articles. He retired in 2000, at which time the title professor emeritus was bestowed upon him. An alumnus of NEIU, Brommel graduated from the College of Education with a Master of Arts degree in family communication and guidance and counseling in 1982. During his tenure at NEIU, he co-founded with President Emerita Salme Steinberg the Founders Society, the University’s first philanthropic society, for which he has served as chairman since its inception in 2001. He has underwritten 17 scholarships or award endowments at NEIU including the prestigious Brommel Distinguished Research Professor Award. Owing to his generosity, numerous students already have and will continue to receive scholarships to help defray their education costs.
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Family Communication: Cohesion and Change (8th Edition)
ISBN: 0205718930 Pearson. 2011
Updated in a new 8th edition, this book examines how the communication processes within families affect and are affected by larger social systems. It views the family as a communication system with identifiable patterns
Using a framework of family functions, first-person narratives, and current research, this book emphasizes the diversity of today's families in terms of structure, ethnic patterns, and developmental experiences.
Eugene V. Debs: Spokesman For Labor And Socialism
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