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Engaging and transforming global communication through cultural discourse analysis : a tribute to Donal Carbaugh

Author: Donal A Carbaugh; Michelle Scollo; Trudy Milburn
Publisher: Vancouver : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press ; Lanham, Maryland : The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc., [2019]
Series: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press series in communication studies.
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"Global communication can be difficult in the best of circumstances. The contributors in this book take seriously the premise that one can examine communication within specific global settings and scenes with the goal of ensuring that the meanings made among those within specific communities is more clearly understood. This includes recognizing that we often communicate based on specific assumptions and act in ways  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donal A Carbaugh; Michelle Scollo; Trudy Milburn
ISBN: 168393038X 9781683930389
OCLC Number: 1048933719
Description: xlvi, 336 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Preface / Gerry Philipsen --
Introduction: cultural discourse analysis: yesterday, today, and tomorrow / Michelle Scollo and Trudy Milburn --
Part I: Being. Speaking of health in Singapore using the singlish term heaty / Evelyn Y. Ho, Sunny Lie, Pauline Luk, and Mohan J. Dutta --
Applying cultural discourse analysis to an online community: LinkedIn's cultural discourse of professionalism / Tabitha Hart and Trudy Milburn --
Voice persona perceptions: apologies in in-car speech technology / Laura Rosenbaun, Ute Winter, and Brion van Over --
Part II: Acting. When discourse matters: temporality in discursive action / Tamar Katriel and Oren Livio --
Cultural discourse analysis as critical analysis: a view from Twin Oaks and SuicideForum.com / Jolane Flaningan and Mike Alvarez --
Cultural variation in end-of-life conversations: using cultural discourse analysis to inform case studies designed for professional military education / Lauren Mackenzie and Kelly Tenzek --
Museum tour talk: communicative acts, associated identities, and their idealizations / Richard Wilkins, Fran Gulinello, and Karen Wolf --
Part III: Relating. "Talking" and tapailla ("seeing someone"): cultural terms and ways of communicating in the development of romantic relationships in the United States and Finland / Michelle Scollo and Saila Poutiainen --
"Fellow hunters" and "humans of the ocean": identity and relations across species / Tovar Cerulli and Tema Milstein --
Part IV: Feeling. Symbolic agonistics: stressing emotion and relation in Mexican, Mexican@, and Japanese discourses / Patricia Covarrubias, Dani S. Kvam, and Max Saito --
Policing the boundaries of the sayable: the public negotiation of profane, prohibited, and proscribed speech / Brion van Over, Gonen Dori-Hacohen, and Michaela R. Winchatz --
"We know how to cry out": emotion expression at an African American funeral / Danielle Graham and Sally O. Hastings --
Part V: Dwelling. Cultural discourses in Native American educational contexts / James L. Leighter, Eean Grimshaw, and Charles A. Braithwaite --
Engaging change: exploring the adaptive and generative potential of cultural discourse analysis findings for policies and social programs / Lisa Rudnick, Saskia Witteborn, and Ruth Edmonds --
"The things I leave behind": negotiating Bulgarian and Latvian identities in relation to dwelling and "proper action" in public discourses on remigration / Liene Locmele and Nadezhda Sotirova --
Cultural discourse analysis within an ecosystem of discourse analytic approaches: connections and boundaries / David Boromisza-Habashi, Leah Sprain, Natasha Shrikant, Lydia Reinig, and Katherine R. Peters --
Epilogue / Donal Carbaugh.
Series Title: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press series in communication studies.
Responsibility: edited by Michelle Scollo, Trudy Milburn.

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