Communication : a critical/cultural introduction / John T. Warren, Deanna L. Fassett.  (Text) (Text)

Warren, John T, 1974-2011
Fassett, Deanna L
Call no.: P91.3 .W37 2015Publication: Los Angeles : SAGE, c2015Edition: 2nd edDescription: xviii, 273 p. : illISBN: 9781452217819 (paperback); 1452217815 (paperback)Subject(s): Communication and culture -- TextbooksAdvocacyInterpersonal relationshipsSocial actionLOC classification: P91.3 | .W37 2015
Contents:pt. I FIRST PRINCIPLES -- 1.Communication: A Cultural Introduction -- The Foundations of Our Dialogue: Terms and Common Understandings -- Words for Change: The Power of Communication -- Public Advocacy: Process and Responsibilities -- Communication as Process -- Responsibility as Communicators -- 2.Communication and Power: A Cultural History -- pt. One The Rhetorical Tradition -- pt. Two The Elocution Era -- pt. Three The Move to Science -- pt. Four Social Constructionism -- pt. Five The Critical/Cultural Turn -- Lessons From Our Story of a Discipline -- Public Advocacy: Purpose, Audience, and Voice -- Purpose and Audience -- Voice -- Topic Selection -- Thesis -- 3. Public Advocacy: Commitments and Responsibility -- What Is Public Advocacy? -- A Model for Advocacy: Paulo Freire -- Problem-Posing Approach -- Reflexivity -- Praxis -- Listening as Public Advocacy -- Hegemony -- Compassionate Critical Listening -- Dialogic Communication -- Critical Thinking -- Public Advocacy: Integrity in Argumentation -- Reasoning -- Interrogating Reasoning -- Reflexivity Revisited -- pt. II COMMUNICATION PROCESSES AND SKILLS -- 4.Compassionate Critical Listening / Chris McRae -- Beyond Hearing: Listening as Stance -- Dialogic Listening -- Listening as Double Articulation -- Public Advocacy: Listening to Learn -- 5. Groups and Alliances in Culture / Molly Cummins -- Groups as Emergent and Evolving -- Forming -- Storming -- Norming -- Performing -- Adjourning -- Groups as Organizational Cultures -- Relevant Constructs -- Facts and Practices -- Vocabulary, Metaphors, and Stories -- Rites and Rituals -- Groups as Alliance Building -- Public Advocacy: Skills for Alliance Building -- Willingness to Engage Others -- Willingness to Admit Ignorance -- Asking Questions/Questioning Assumptions -- Listening -- Open-Mindedness -- Willingness to Dialogue -- Accepting One's Place in the Alliance -- Enacting Theory -- 6. Identity and Perception --Who Is Harper? Three: Communication Understandings -- Identity and Perception as Social Construction -- Symbolic Interactionism -- Impression Management -- Identity and Perception as Cultural Location -- Positionalities -- Standpoint Theory -- Identity and Perception as Performance -- Public Advocacy: Perception and Audience Analysis -- Perspective -- Audience Analysis -- 7. 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 -- pt. III COMMUNICATION CONTEXTS -- 8. Embodied Knowledge and Nonverbal Communication -- Body Epistemology: Knowing -- Embodied Learning: Training and Practice -- Bodies and Identities -- Body Language: Communicating -- Chronemics -- Haptics -- Proxemics -- Artifacts -- Paralinguistics -- Kinesics -- Body Intentionality -- Public Advocacy: The Body as a Resource -- Listen to Your Body -- Practice Intentionality in Your Embodied Communication -- 9. Language and Power in Our Cultural Lives -- Six Myths About Culture -- Myth 1 Culture Is Static -- Myth 2 Culture and Power Are Separate -- Myth 3 Stereotypes Are Built on Truths -- Myth 4 Progress Is Progress -- Myth 5 Color Blindness Is Progress -- Myth 6 We're All Making a Big Deal Out of Nothing -- From Myths to Critical Understanding -- Public Advocacy: Academic Integrity and Citationality -- Academic Integrity -- Source Selection -- Citationality -- 10. Interpersonal Relationships in Culture -- Self and Other -- Frames and Play -- Patterns and Rituals -- Change and Relational Dialectics -- I and Thou -- Public Advocacy: Building Relationships, Discerning Context, and Listening -- Building Relationships -- Discerning Context -- Listening -- 11. Mediated Culture(s) -- Media in our Cultural Lives --Consuming Mediated Messages -- Your Mediated Self -- Surveillance -- Media Use, Culture(s), and Power -- Resistance -- Public Advocacy: Media Aids and Organization -- Media Aids -- Organization -- 12.Communication as a Means of Social Action -- Discipline -- Simulacra -- Difference -- Exhaustion, Cynicism, and Nihilism -- Public Advocacy: Tactics for Social Action.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 255-260) and index.

pt. I FIRST PRINCIPLES -- 1.Communication: A Cultural Introduction -- The Foundations of Our Dialogue: Terms and Common Understandings -- Words for Change: The Power of Communication -- Public Advocacy: Process and Responsibilities -- Communication as Process -- Responsibility as Communicators -- 2.Communication and Power: A Cultural History -- pt. One The Rhetorical Tradition -- pt. Two The Elocution Era -- pt. Three The Move to Science -- pt. Four Social Constructionism -- pt. Five The Critical/Cultural Turn -- Lessons From Our Story of a Discipline -- Public Advocacy: Purpose, Audience, and Voice -- Purpose and Audience -- Voice -- Topic Selection -- Thesis -- 3. Public Advocacy: Commitments and Responsibility -- What Is Public Advocacy? -- A Model for Advocacy: Paulo Freire -- Problem-Posing Approach -- Reflexivity -- Praxis -- Listening as Public Advocacy -- Hegemony -- Compassionate Critical Listening -- Dialogic Communication -- Critical Thinking -- Public Advocacy: Integrity in Argumentation -- Reasoning -- Interrogating Reasoning -- Reflexivity Revisited -- pt. II COMMUNICATION PROCESSES AND SKILLS -- 4.Compassionate Critical Listening / Chris McRae -- Beyond Hearing: Listening as Stance -- Dialogic Listening -- Listening as Double Articulation -- Public Advocacy: Listening to Learn -- 5. Groups and Alliances in Culture / Molly Cummins -- Groups as Emergent and Evolving -- Forming -- Storming -- Norming -- Performing -- Adjourning -- Groups as Organizational Cultures -- Relevant Constructs -- Facts and Practices -- Vocabulary, Metaphors, and Stories -- Rites and Rituals -- Groups as Alliance Building -- Public Advocacy: Skills for Alliance Building -- Willingness to Engage Others -- Willingness to Admit Ignorance -- Asking Questions/Questioning Assumptions -- Listening -- Open-Mindedness -- Willingness to Dialogue -- Accepting One's Place in the Alliance -- Enacting Theory -- 6. Identity and Perception --Who Is Harper? Three: Communication Understandings -- Identity and Perception as Social Construction -- Symbolic Interactionism -- Impression Management -- Identity and Perception as Cultural Location -- Positionalities -- Standpoint Theory -- Identity and Perception as Performance -- Public Advocacy: Perception and Audience Analysis -- Perspective -- Audience Analysis -- 7. 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 -- pt. III COMMUNICATION CONTEXTS -- 8. Embodied Knowledge and Nonverbal Communication -- Body Epistemology: Knowing -- Embodied Learning: Training and Practice -- Bodies and Identities -- Body Language: Communicating -- Chronemics -- Haptics -- Proxemics -- Artifacts -- Paralinguistics -- Kinesics -- Body Intentionality -- Public Advocacy: The Body as a Resource -- Listen to Your Body -- Practice Intentionality in Your Embodied Communication -- 9. Language and Power in Our Cultural Lives -- Six Myths About Culture -- Myth 1 Culture Is Static -- Myth 2 Culture and Power Are Separate -- Myth 3 Stereotypes Are Built on Truths -- Myth 4 Progress Is Progress -- Myth 5 Color Blindness Is Progress -- Myth 6 We're All Making a Big Deal Out of Nothing -- From Myths to Critical Understanding -- Public Advocacy: Academic Integrity and Citationality -- Academic Integrity -- Source Selection -- Citationality -- 10. Interpersonal Relationships in Culture -- Self and Other -- Frames and Play -- Patterns and Rituals -- Change and Relational Dialectics -- I and Thou -- Public Advocacy: Building Relationships, Discerning Context, and Listening -- Building Relationships -- Discerning Context -- Listening -- 11. Mediated Culture(s) -- Media in our Cultural Lives --Consuming Mediated Messages -- Your Mediated Self -- Surveillance -- Media Use, Culture(s), and Power -- Resistance -- Public Advocacy: Media Aids and Organization -- Media Aids -- Organization -- 12.Communication as a Means of Social Action -- Discipline -- Simulacra -- Difference -- Exhaustion, Cynicism, and Nihilism -- Public Advocacy: Tactics for Social Action.

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