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Gender in applied communication contexts /

Gender in Applied Communication Contexts explores the intersection and integration of feminist theory as applied to four important areas: organizational communication, health communication, family communication, and instructional communication. This collection of readings links theoretical insights...

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Corporate Author: Sage Knowledge.
Other Authors: Buzzanell, Patrice M., Sterk, Helen M., 1952-, Turner, Lynn H.
Format: Online Book
Published: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, 2003.
Online Access:Online version
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction:
  • Challenging Commonsense /
  • Patrice M. Buzzanell,
  • Helen Sterk,
  • Lynn H. Turner
  • When They Know Who We Are: The National Women's Music Festival Comes to Ball State University! /
  • Marcy Meyer,
  • Laura Shue O'Hara
  • Revisiting Sexual Harassment in Academe: Using Feminist Ethical and Sensemaking Approaches for Analyzing Macrodiscourses and Micropractices of Sexual Harassment /
  • Patrice M. Buzzanell
  • Women, Men, and Changing Organizations: An Organizational Culture Examination of Gendered Experiences of Telecommuting /
  • Annika Hylm
  • Commentary:
  • Feminist Scholarship: Lessons Learned and Possibilities Revealed /
  • Connie Bullis
  • Women Cancer Survivors: Making Meaning of Chronic Illness, Disability, and Alternative Medical Practices /
  • Laura L. Ellingson
  • The Defining of Menopause /
  • Kelly Quintanilla,
  • Nada Frazier Cano,
  • Diana K. Ivy
  • Consuming Breasts: Our Breasts, Our Selves /
  • Patty Sotirin
  • Reframing Communication During Gynecological Exams: A Feminist Virtue Ethic of Care Perspective /
  • Maria Brann,
  • Marifran Mattson
  • Commentary:
  • Communication and Women's Health /
  • Gary L. Kreps.
  • Metaphor in the Classroom: Reframing Traditional and Alternative Uses of Language for Feminist Transformation /
  • Patrice M. Buzzanell
  • From Transgression to Transformation: Negotiating the Opportunities and Tensions of Engaged Pedagogy in the Feminist Organizational Communication Classroom /
  • Marcy Meyer
  • Body Shape(ing) Discourse: Bakhtinian Intertextuality as a Tool for Studying Discourse and Relationships /
  • Terri L. Russ
  • Aggression in Intercultural Encounters: Reports by Male and Female Youth in an Ethnically Diverse School District /
  • Marjorie A. Jaasma
  • Commentary:
  • Feminist Classrooms /
  • Rich West
  • Entrepreneurial Mothers' Balance of Work and Family: Discursive Constructions of Time, Mothering, and Identity /
  • Paige Edley
  • Playground or Training Ground?: The Function of Talk in African American and European American Mother-Adolescent Daughter Dyads /
  • Barbara A. Penington and Lynn H. Turner
  • Masculinities and Violence Among Intimates: Stories About Male Abusers and Intervention Strategies /
  • Jenn Fink,
  • Charles Tucker
  • Commentary:
  • The Pastiches of Gender and family Communication /
  • Kathleen Galvin.