Communication Theory - Abstracts

Communication Theory
A final reply to Potter, Cooper, and Dupagne. (response to W. James Potter et. al. in this issue, p. 280)(Forum: Is Media Research Prescientific?)Languages and linguisticsSparks, Glenn G.
A role for communication theory in ethnography and cultural analysis. (management of ethnographic cyclical research process) (Social Approaches)Languages and linguisticsCarbaugh, Donal, Hastings, Sally O.
Beyond individualism and the ecology of games: structures, institutions, and communication policy.Languages and linguisticsShields, Peter
Commentary about Aimee M. Carrillo Rowe's "Locating feminism's subject: the paradox of white femininity and the struggle to forge alliances".(Critical Essay)Languages and linguisticsBuzzanell, Patrice M.
Comments concerning the claim that mass media research is "prescientific": a response to Potter, Cooper, and Dupagne. (response to W. James Potter et. al., Communication Theory , vol. 3, p. 317, 1993)(Forum: Is Media Research Prescientific?)Languages and linguisticsSparks, Glenn G.
Communicating emotion: not just for interpersonal scholars anymore.Languages and linguisticsPlanalp, Sally
Communication and problematic integration: understanding diverging probability and value, ambiguity, ambivalence, and impossibility.Languages and linguisticsBabrow, Austin S.
Communication, rapport, and the interview: a social perspective. (importance of establishing rapport in conduct of research interviews) (Social Approaches)Languages and linguisticsJorgenson, Jane
Complicity as epistemology: reinscribing the historical categories of 'woman' through standpoint feminism.Languages and linguisticsMathison, Maureen A.
Conversational universals and comparative theory: turning to Swedish and American acknowledgement tokens in interaction.Languages and linguisticsBeach, Wayne A., Lindstrom, Anna K.
Conversation or intellectual imperialism in comparing communication (theories).Languages and linguisticsKrippendorff, Klaus
Cultural diversity and the politics of inquiry: response to Mathison and McPhail. (response to articles by Mark McPhail, in this issue, vol.7, no. 20 p. 162, May, 1997 and Maureen A. Mathison, in this issue, vol.7, no. 28, p. 149, May, 1997)Languages and linguisticsStrine, Mary S.
Deconstructing the person and changing the subject of interpersonal studies. (use of language in relation to nature of interaction among people) (Social Approaches)Languages and linguisticsLannamann, John W.
Disciplinary violation as gender violation: the stigmatized masculine voice of performance studies.Languages and linguisticsGingrich-Philbrook, Craig
Do social approaches to interpersonal communication constitute a contribution to communication theory? (Forum: Social Approaches)Languages and linguisticsSigman, Stuart J.
Emotional and social factors in communication via facial expression: a rejoinder to Fridlund's reply. (response to Alan J. Fridlund, p. 396, this issue)Languages and linguisticsBuck, Ross
Feminist communication scholarship and "the woman question" in the academy.(Forum: No Respect? Disciplinarity and Media Studies in Communication)Languages and linguisticsMcLaughlin, Lisa
Forum introduction: social approaches to interpersonal communication. (Social Approaches)Languages and linguisticsLeeds-Hurwitz, Wendy
Friendship and communication: a reply to Fitzpatrick (and Rawlins). (response to M.A. Fitzpatrick, Communication Theory, p.83, 1993) (Forum: Friendship Matters)Languages and linguisticsSigman, Stuart
Good questions, persistent challenges: the promise of masculinity studies in communication. (reaction to separate articles by Spitzack, Mumby, Hanke and Gingrich-Philbrook in this issue, p. 143)Languages and linguisticsHantzis, Darlene M.
Interpersonal commuication as dialogue: a response to the "social approaches" forum. (Forum: Social Approaches)Languages and linguisticsBaxter, Leslie A.
Interpersonal communication, theory, and history. (Forum: Communication, Theory, and History)Languages and linguisticsStephen, Timothy, Harrison, Teresa M.
Introduction: communication and the question of history. (Forum: Communication, Theory, and History)Languages and linguisticsHardt, Hanno
Introduction: for the study of communication and against the discipline of communication.(Forum: No Respect? Disciplinarity and Media Studies in Communication)Languages and linguisticsStreeter, Thomas
Introduction to the special issue on message production: progress, challenges, and prospects.(Special Issue on Message Production)Languages and linguisticsWilson, Steven R., Greene, John O., Dillard, James Price
Lists and stories as organizational communication.Languages and linguisticsBrowning, Larry Davis
Media communications vs. cultural studies: overcoming the divide.(Forum: NoRespect? Disciplinarity and Media Studies in Communication)Languages and linguisticsKellner, Douglas
Mediation and new social movements.Languages and linguisticsAngus, Ian
One philosophical dimension of social approaches to interpersonal communication. (Forum: Social Approaches)Languages and linguisticsStewart, John
Organizational communication and cultural studies: a review essay.Languages and linguisticsCarlone, David, Taylor, Bryan
Organizing men: power, discourse, and the social construction of masculinity(s) in the workplace.Languages and linguisticsMumby, Dennis K.
Personal narrative as a social approach to interpersonal communication. (Social Approaches)Languages and linguisticsBochner, Arthur P., Ellis, Carolyn
Practical theory as mapping, engaged reflection, and transformative practice.Languages and linguisticsBarge, J. Kevin
Rationality and the deliberative turn.Languages and linguisticsKeith, William
(Re)constructing the color line: complicity and Black conservatism.Languages and linguisticsMcPhail, Mark
Reflections on the nature of theory building and the theoretical status of interpersonal deception theory.Languages and linguisticsBuller, David B., Burgoon, Judee K.
Reply to Buck's review of 'Human Facial Expression: An Evolutionary View.' (response to Ross Buck, p. 393, this issue)Languages and linguisticsFridlund, Alan J.
Reply to Sparks's critique. (response to Glenn Sparks in this issue, p. 273)(Forum: Is Media Research Prescientific?)Languages and linguisticsCooper, Roger, Potter, W. James, Dupagne, Michael
Resisting disciplines: repositioning media studies in the university.(Forum: No Respect? Disciplinarity and Media Studies in Communication)Languages and linguisticsSholle, David
Surreal illusions, genuine realities: disenchantment and renewal in the academy - introduction.Languages and linguisticsGeist, Patricia
Syntactic and pragmatic codes in communication.Languages and linguisticsEllis, Donald G.
The dialectic of memory and forgetting in histories of rhetoric. (Forum: Communication, Theory, and History)Languages and linguisticsWhalen, Susan
The ecology of games and its enemies. (response to Peter Shields, p. 366, this issue)Languages and linguisticsDutton, William H.
The ecology of games shaping telecommunications policy.Languages and linguisticsDutton, William H.
"The future is not what it used to be": gender, history, and communication studies. (Forum: Communication, Theory, and History )Languages and linguisticsJansen, Sue Curry
Theoretical approaches to the study of deceptive communication: comments on interpersonal deception theory.Languages and linguisticsStiff, James B.
Theories about deception and paradigms for studying it: a critical appraisal of Buller and Burgoon's interpersonal deception theory and research.Languages and linguisticsDePaulo, Bella M., Ansfield, Matthew E., Bell, Kathy L.
Theories of culture and communication.Languages and linguisticsHall, Bradford J.
Theorizing masculinity with/in the media.Languages and linguisticsHanke, Robert
Theory and history. (Forum: Communication, Theory, and History)Languages and linguisticsNerone, John
The possibilities of nature in a postmodern age: the rhetorical tactics of environmental justice groups.Languages and linguisticsDeLuca, Kevin Michael
The production of masculinity in interpersonal communication.Languages and linguisticsSpitzack, Carole
We are borg: cyborgs and the subject of communication.Languages and linguisticsGunkel, David
What's "public" about public journalism? Public journalism and the lack of a coherent public philosophy.Languages and linguisticsHaas, Tanni
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