Communication and Social Understanding
SMC Affiliated Work
School of Liberal Arts
Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt
Summary: The overall framework of this book is shaped by three fundamental questions: what is the relationship between communication and metatheoretical assumptions; what is the relationship between communication and identity; what is the relationship between communication and culture? ... Each question is explored through different approaches to reading the same three artifacts, or texts, so that readers have a sense of the multiple meanings that are possible" -- p.1.
Introduction/ by Margaret K. Dick -- The metaphysics of meta-theory / by Edward E. Tywoniak -- Reading metatheoretical assumptions through ideological criticism / by Scott M. Schönfeldt-Aultmann -- Worldviews and gender: reading texts through the lens of feminist rhetorical criticism / by Margaret K. Dick -- Metaphoric practices of reading / by Ellen M. Rigsby -- Representations of sexuality: heteronormativity & queer possibilities / by Scott M. Schönfeldt-Aultmann -- Final reflection exercise.
Communication | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Tywoniak, Edward, Dick, Margaret, Schoenfeldt-Aultman, Scott & Rig, Scott. (2009). Communication and Social Understanding. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.
Dick, Margaret; Rigsby, Ellen; Schönfeldt-Aultman, Scott; and Tywoniak, Edward. Communication and Social Understanding (2009). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt. [book]. https://digitalcommons.stmarys-ca.edu/school-liberal-arts-faculty-works/784