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ISBN-13:
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Pub. Date:
05/26/2005
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Communication as ...: Perspectives on Theory / Edition 1

Communication as ...: Perspectives on Theory / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9781412906586
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Publication date: 05/26/2005
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 296
Sales rank: 729,149
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.62(d)

About the Author

Gregory J. Shepherd (Ph.D., University of Illinois) is Professor and Dean of the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University. His primary scholarly interests are in communication theory and American pragmatism. He is a winner of the Central States Communication Association Outstanding Young Teacher Award, as well as a W. T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence. He is co-editor (with Eric Rothenbuhler) of Communication and Community (2001, LEA), and in addition to chapters in various edited volumes, his work has appeared in Communication Monographs, Human Communication Research, Journal of Communication, Communication Yearbook, Communication Studies, Southern Journal of Communication, Communication Research, Journal of Social Psychology, Management Communication Quarterly, Journal of Research and Development in Education, and other scholarly publications.

Jeffrey St. John (Ph.D., University of Washington) is Assistant Professor in the School of Communication Studies at Ohio University. His published work includes essays on legal argument, critical rhetoric, the construction of self at sites of public controversy, and the reception of contested terms— including "tolerance" and "civility "— in public culture. He teaches undergraduate courses in public advocacy, free speech, communication theory, and political rhetoric, and graduate courses in communication theory and public deliberation. His current research projects include a mapping of the rhetorical geography of "moral values" voting patterns (with his colleague Jerry Miller) and a study of mimesis and public memory in contemporary fiction.

Ted Striphas (Ph.D., University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill, 2002) is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication and Culture, Indiana University. His primary research interests include media historiography, cultural studies, Marxism, and communication theory. At present he is at work on a cultural history of the U.S. book industry tentatively entitled, Equipment for Living: Everyday Book Culture in the Making. He also is co-editor (with Kembrew Mc Leod) of a forthcoming special issue of the journal Cultural Studies on the politics of intellectual properties. His work has appeared in, among other places, Critical Studies in Media Communication, Cultural Studies, The Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, Social Epistemology, and Television and New Media. He is a 2004 recipient of the Gerald R. Miller Outstanding Dissertation Award from the National Communication Association.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Part I: Making
1. Relationality - Celeste M. Condit
2. Ritual - Eric W. Rothenbuhler
3. Transcendence - Gregory J. Shepherd
4. Constructive - Katherine Miller
5. A Practice - Robert T. Craig
Part II: Materializing
6. Collective Memory - Carole Blair
7. Vision - Cara A. Finnegan
8. Embodiment - Carolyn Marvin
9. Raced - Judith N. Martin & Thomas K. Nakayama
10. Social Identity - Jake Harwood
11. Techne - Jonathan Sterne
Part III: Contextualizing
12. Dialogue - Leslie A. Baxter
13. Autoethnography - Arthur P. Bochner & Carolyn S. Ellis
14. Storytelling - Eric E. Peterson & Kristin M. Langellier
15. Complex Organizing - James R. Taylor
16. Structuring - David R. Seibold & Karen Kroman Myers
Part IV: Politicizing
17. Political Participation - Todd Kelshaw
18. Deliberation - John Gastil
19. Diffusion - James W. Dearing
20. Social Influence - Frank Boster
21. Rational Argument - Robert C. Rowland
22. Counterpublic - Daniel C. Brouwer
Part V: Questioning
23. Dissemination - John Durham Peters
24. Articulation - Jennifer Daryl Slack
25. Translation - Ted Striphas
26. Communicability - Briankle G. Chang
27. Failure - Jeffrey St. John
Index
About the Editors
About the Contributors

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