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To theorize mediated critical communication pedagogy (MCCP). 2. To bridge the gap between media/new media studies and communication pedagogy/communication education and instructional communication, filling the void in communication ...

Author: Ahmet Atay

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781498568715

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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Mediated Critical Communication Pedagogy explores the role of both traditional and new media in critical communication pedagogy. This edited volume addresses not only how new and other forms of media serve as tools towards social justice in the communication classroom, but also how those media transform the classroom interaction itself in empowering and disempowering ways. Contributors describe and assess how particular instances of media use—particularly the use of new media technologies—support or challenge critical communication pedagogy. Each chapter engages in critical analysis of how to effectively use particular mediums in the classroom, how classroom communication is affected by uses of new media, and particular instances of critical communication pedagogy in teaching. Scholars of communication and education will find this book particularly useful.
2019-11-13 By Ahmet Atay

This book theorizes and applies critical communication pedagogy in mediated contexts, including social justice-oriented approaches, to the use of both traditional and new media in the classroom.

Author: Ahmet Atay

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 149856870X

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 210

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This book theorizes and applies critical communication pedagogy in mediated contexts, including social justice-oriented approaches, to the use of both traditional and new media in the classroom.
2019-10-15 By Ahmet Atay

CONCLUSION Above, I asked two critical questions: What does mediated critical intercultural communication pedagogy look like? And what does it aim to achieve? To conclude this chapter, I return to these questions and offer the following ...

Author: Ahmet Atay

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781498531214

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 286

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This book addresses different approaches to critical intercultural communication pedagogy. The contributors explore a range of theoretical frameworks and intercultural concepts, and offer practical applications and case studies to illuminate the many facets of critical intercultural communication pedagogy.
2017-12-20 By Ahmet Atay

This book series aims to contribute to the discourse of critical communication pedagogy by featuring works that ... Edited by Kristen C. Blinne Mediated Critical Communication Pedagogy by Ahmet Atay and Deanna L. Fassett Critical ...

Author: Daniel S. Strasser

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781793618061

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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This collection, edited by Daniel S. Strasser, was unearthed from the demand for more inclusive and expansive dialogues on intersectional identities, ethnicity, neuro-diversity, physical ability, religion, sexual orientation, class, and gender performance in academia. The autoethnographic and narrative accounts within Communication and Identity in the Classroom: Intersectional Perspectives of Critical Pedagogy offer personal, experiential perspectives on the power of identity to influence educators in classroom and mentoring spaces. The multiple perspectives offered here promote dialogue about how personal experience provides the ground upon which we build more dynamic relationships and communities. The contributors’ experiences offer examples for a more expansive understanding of privilege, oppression, and identity. These seeds for conversation nourish discourses that build new communicative bridges between educators and students as we prepare to face the next interaction, class, and challenges and opportunity for resilience. This collection invites educators to be critical of their bodies, of their politics, of their intersecting identities, and acknowledge in words and actions that our bodies are political. Throughout this collection the contributors expand upon theories and methods of critical communication scholarship, radical love, and intersectionality using their embodied pedagogical experiences to ground the scholarship.
2020-12-29 By Daniel S. Strasser

In her review,Simpson analyzes the intersections of critical communication pedagogy, critical race theory, and critical ... feminist pedagogy, in which they advance a specific research project that carefully analyzes digitally mediated ...

Author: Deanna L. Fassett

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781412970877

Category: Education

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The SAGE Handbook of Communication and Instruction functions as a comprehensive resource for scholars, graduate students, and general readers interested in the intersections of communication and instruction, irrespective of paradigm, method, or disciplinary background. Each chapter selection in the Handbook roots contemporary work in disciplinary foundations and identifies avenues for future inquiry. Features & Benefits: - Compiles original research and reviews of research in the intersections of communication and instruction from key figures in the disciplines, not only helping readers see present and future trajectories in this area of inquiry in foundational lines of research but also providing a sense of how this area has grown along a series of different theoretical and methodological approaches - Helps readers identify avenues for research, in consultation with both key figures and innovators in this area of inquiry - Serves as the primary contemporary and multi-paradigmatic guide to the study of the intersections of communication and instruction, recognizing all paradigmatic approaches and methods as meaningful The Handbook will not only strengthen readers' interest in and comfort with different paradigmatic approaches to communication and instruction, but also make possible a generation of well-rounded, comprehensive, and effective researchers, capable of reading a broad array of work from a variety of approaches.
2010-03-18 By Deanna L. Fassett

Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies, 18(1), 16–22. Atay, A. (2018b). Mediated critical intercultural communication pedagogy. In A. Atay & S. Toyosaki (Eds.), Critical intercultural communication pedagogy (pp. 179–194).

Author: Ahmet Atay

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781498567824

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 217

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Postcolonial Turn and Geopolitical Uncertainty: Transnational Critical Intercultural Communication Pedagogy connects and interweaves critical communication pedagogy and critical intercultural communication to create a new pedagogy, transnational critical communication pedagogy, that emphasizes the importance of postcolonial and global turns as they are molded into a new area of critical global and intercultural communication pedagogies. Contributors take a transnational approach that requires a deep commitment to acknowledging the importance of the role of geopolitics as it applies to voice, articulation, power, and oppression. This pedagogy ultimately focuses on the social change and social justice that are central to the critical and cultural communication work that aims to decolonize existing communication pedagogies and academia from a more global perspective. Scholars of communication, education, and decolonial studies will find this book particularly useful.
2020-10-16 By Ahmet Atay

... especially those that critical communication pedagogues seek to enact in their teaching and learning lives. ... (2019) Queer Communication Pedagogy; Atmay and Fassett's (2019) Mediated Critical Communication Pedagogy, among others.

Author: Kristen C. Blinne

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781793609564

Category: Education

Page: 379

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In Grading Justice: Teacher-Activist Approaches to Assessment, new and seasoned teachers are invited to engage with socially-just approaches of assessment, including practices aimed at resisting and undoing grading and assessment altogether, to create more democratic grading practices and policies, foregrounding the transformative potential of communication within their courses. The contributions in this collection encourage readers to consider not only how educators might assess social justice work in and beyond the classroom, but also to imagine what a social justice approach to grading and assessment would mean for intervening into unjust modes of teaching and learning. Educators wishing to explore critical modes of grading and assessment, grounded in social justice, will find this book a timely and relevant pedagogical guide for their teaching and scholarship.
2021-01-14 By Kristen C. Blinne

Series Editors Ahmet Atay, The College of Wooster Deanna L. Fassett, San José State University Critical pedagogy, ... This book series aims to contribute to the discourse of critical communication pedagogy by featuring works that ...

Author: Kathleen F. McConnell

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781793609625

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 149

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Colleges and universities face unprecedented pressure to streamline and reduce their infrastructure. A new generation of reformers, frustrated by bureaucratic obstacles and rising costs, dream of education without schools. Those reforms, if realized, promise to render education indistinguishable from other social spheres. Advocating Heightened Education mobilizes situated theories of learning to advocate the labor and expense that goes into maintaining campuses. Higher education’s bulky and incommensurable institutions—from the community colleges and Ivy Leagues to the regional public universities and small liberal arts campuses—serve a critical modality. They ensure that educational forms remain visible and available for critique. Their diversity of form retains the possibility of divergent and transformative educational futures. This ethnographic and archival study of two alternative campuses, The Evergreen State College and California State University, Monterey Bay, illustrates how educators advocate their work by heightening its visibility and by modeling appreciation for situated teaching and inquiry. It provides examples of those advocacy techniques with stories of professional life and close readings of historical documents that include institutional and legislative reports, facilities memoranda, and course descriptions. These materials offer a vibrant counter-narrative to reform movements that seek to standardize the college experience. Scholars of higher education, pedagogy, and communication will find this book particularly interesting.
2020-08-20 By Kathleen F. McConnell

So in this way, our chapter is more of a collage of moments, mediated through Ron Pelias's (2000) “The Critical Life.” In the end, we argue that doing critical communication pedagogy is about holding ourselves accountable for the ways ...

Author: Deanna L. Fassett

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 9781452262383

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 217

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In this autoethnographic work, authors Deanna L. Fassett and John T. Warren illustrate a synthesis of critical pedagogy and instructional communication, as both a field of study and a teaching philosophy. Critical Communication Pedagogy is a poetic work that charts paradigmatic tensions in instructional communication research, articulates commitments underpinning critical communication pedagogy, and invites readers into self-reflection on their experiences as researchers, students, and teachers.
2006-07-19 By Deanna L. Fassett

Radhika Gajjala, Natalia Rybas, and Yahui Zhang, “Producing Digitally Mediated Environments as Sites for Critical Feminist Pedagogy,” in The SAGE Handbook of Communication and Instruction, edited by Deanna L. Fassett and John T. Warren, ...

Author: Andrew F. Herrmann

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781498523936

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 290

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Communication Perspectives on Popular Culture contains all new writings from many important established scholars as well as brilliant young scholars in the communication field. Contributors explore new and emerging ways to approach popular culture – from case studies to emerging theories – as they examine how popular culture, media, and communication influence our everyday lives.
2016-10-12 By Andrew F. Herrmann