Noted researcher and scholar Gavriel Salomon sheds new light on the complex relationship between education and communication. His intriguing analysis is based on the unconventional theory that communication is reciprocally interactive. He offers illuminating examples of how expectations, values, and moods alter perceptions and affect learning patterns. '...Communication and Education is an extraordinarily interesting and insightful book that makes a very significant contribution to a neglected area of endeavor...' — Educational Technology, Spring 1982

'This knack of Salomon's for provoking thought, discourse, and argumentation is one I value highly.' — Journal of Communication, Spring 1983