Communication A Critical/Cultural Introduction

ISBN-10: 141295942X

ISBN-13: 9781412959421

Edition: 2011

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List price: $61.00
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/30/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 232
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

Deanna L. Fassett holds a Ph.D. in communication pedagogy from Southern Illinois University, where her dissertation, which suggests a corrective to the instructional communication study of at-risk students, received the universityrsquo;s dissertation research award. Now Professor of Communication Studies, Fassett is the coordinator of the introductory course and Graduate Teaching Associate supervisor at San Jos� State University. She has published two books: Critical Communication Pedagogy and the SAGE Handbook of Communication and Instruction. Her work has appeared in national journals, including Communication Education, Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, and Basic Communication Course Annual.

John T. Warren is Professor of Speech Communication at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. His major research and teaching centers in Communication Pedagogy, Performance Studies, and Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies. His publications include his books, Performing Purity: Whiteness, Pedagogy and the Reconstitution of Power and Casting Gender: Women and Performance in Intercultural Contexts, Critical Communication Pedagogy, the SAGE Handbook of Communication and Instruction, as well as essays in several education and communication studies journals, including Educational Theory, Communication Education, and Text and Performance Quarterly.

Thinking Critically About Communication in Culture
Communication: A Cultural Introduction
The Foundations of Dialogue: Terms and Common Understandings
Words for Change: The Power of Communication
Public Advocacy: Process and Responsibilities
Communication and Power: A Cultural History
The Rhetorical Tradition
The Elocution Era
The Move to Science
Social Constructionism
The Critical/Cultural Turn
A Moral: Lessons from Our Story of a Discipline
Public Advocacy: Purpose, Audience, and Voice
Public Advocacy: Commitments and Responsibility
What is Public Advocacy?
A model for advocacy: Paulo Freire
Listening as public advocacy
Public Advocacy: Integrity in Argumentation
Identity and Perception
Identity and Perception
Harper's Job Offer: A Case Study through 3 Communication Paradigms
Public Advocacy: Perception and Audience Analysis
Language and Culture
Semiotics: Structure and symbols
A post-semiotic approach to language
Language as Constitutive: Ideology and Everyday Speech
Sapir/Whorf hypothesis
Speech act theory and performativity
Articulate contact
Public Advocacy: Inclusive Language
Embodied Knowing and Nonverbal Communication
Body Epistemology: Knowing
Body Identity: Being
Body Language: Communicating
Body Intentionality
Public advocacy: The Body as a Resource
Communicating Culturally: Contexts
Language and Power in our Cultural Lives
Culture as static
Culture and power are separate
Stereotypes are built on truth
Progress is progress
Colorblindness is progress
This is all a big deal about nothing
From myths to cultural understanding of self and culture: A response to class
Public advocacy: Academic Integrity and Citationality
Cultural Relations: Relationships in Culture
Of self and other
Of frames and play
Of patterns and rituals
Of change and relational dialectics
Of I and Thou
Public advocacy: Building relationships, Context, and Listening
Mediated Culture(s)
Con-Constitution: Media in our Cultural Lives
Consuming Media Messages
Your Mediated Self
Surveillance
Media Use, Culture(s) and Power
Resistance
Public advocacy: Visual Aids and Organization
Communication as a Means of Social Action
Discipline
Simulacra
Difference
Exhaustion, Cynicism, and Nihilism
Public advocacy: Tactics for social action
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