Building Diverse Communities Applications of Communication Research
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Description: An examination of how various methodological approaches can promote a sense of community within and outside the academy. It focuses on the strategies used, then demonstrates how researchers can put the theory into practice. It also highlights how community can be guided via public channels.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
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Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Hampton Press, Incorporated
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|Pedagogy and Intergroup Relations||p. 1|
|Connected or Separated? Toward a Dialectical View of Interethnic Relationships||p. 3|
|Working Together to Build a Multicultural Curriculum||p. 27|
|Interracial Communication as a Community Builder Within the University||p. 35|
|Negotiating Academic Freedom and a Commitment to Diversity: A Multidisciplinary Engagement of Hate Speech||p. 55|
|Theory, Practice, and Group Strategies||p. 73|
|Phenomenology as a Co-Cultural Methodology: Spaces Where Once-Muted Voices Can Be Heard||p. 75|
|Multicultural Community Mobilization and Participatory Research||p. 93|
|Free Agency Practice Meets Postmodern Multiculturalism: Lessons From Campus and Community Research/Practice Projects in Philadelphia||p. 111|
|Study Circles and the Creation of Ideal Social Realities While Addressing Key Social and Political Issues: A Case Study||p. 135|
|Use of Task Group Principles to Facilitate Community||p. 149|
|Public Discourse and Community||p. 169|
|Good News! Using Civic Journalism to Teach Community Participation||p. 171|
|"Yes, My Child, What You Have to Say Is Important": Utilizing Ethnography as a Tool in Children's Audience Studies||p. 187|
|Community Building With Community Television: A Report on Singapore's Top-Down Model||p. 205|
|Exploring a Human-Science Approach With Appalachian Students and Parents for the Development of Electronic Instructional Materials||p. 219|
|Building Community Through Stories About Real Events: The Habitus of Broadcast Journalism||p. 241|
|Community Narratives and Civic Discourse||p. 257|
|The Role of Narrative in the Process of Inclusion||p. 259|
|Community and Grassroots Narratives||p. 277|
|Collaboration and the Construction of Puerto Rican Community||p. 289|
|The Divisive Discourse of the Beartooth Alliance: A Community of Strangers||p. 307|
|About the Contributors||p. 321|
|Author Index||p. 325|
|Subject Index||p. 333|
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