Case Studies in Culture and Communication

Case Studies in Culture and Communication : A Group Perspective

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In Case Studies in Culture and Communication: A Group Perspective, James A. Schnell presents critical essays in the burgeoning field of communication studies. Topics covered include prank-playing and conflict resolution in a college fraternity; the impact of introducing an Afro-centric perspective into American children's education; and the role of the hospital chaplain in facilitating communication between patients and their medical team. Focusing on group dynamics rather than one-on-one interactions, this book demonstrates the broad relevance and applicability of communication more

Product details

  • Hardback | 164 pages
  • 158 x 228 x 18mm | 381.02g
  • Lexington Books
  • Lanham, MD, United States
  • English
  • New.
  • bibliography, index
  • 0739105833
  • 9780739105832

About James A. Schnell

James A. Schnell is Professor of Communication Studies at Ohio Dominican University. He is also Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Air Force (Reserve), where he is Assistant Air Attache to more

Table of contents

Chapter 1 Introduction Part 2 Case Studies in American Culture Chapter 3 Ross Perot's Expression of Sensitivity and Insensitivity with Diversity Issues during the 1992 Presidential Campaign Chapter 4 Communication and Symbolism: The Development of the Symbolic Event in American Culture Chapter 5 Communication within the American Counterculture Chapter 6 An Analysis of the May 4, 1970, Kent State Shootings Using Smelser's Theory of Collective Behavior Chapter 7 Organizational Culture and Conflict Resolution: A Study of a Greek Lettered Social Organization Chapter 8 The Intrapersonal Issue of Maintaining Researcher Detachment in Communication Ethnography Part 9 Case Studies in Cross-Cultural Contexts Chapter 10 Faculty Dominance in a Group/Classroom Context: Comparing the United States and South Africa Chapter 11 Seeking Human Communication Perspectives, Espoused by a Marginialized Group, to Perpetuate a More Inclusive Curriculum Chapter 12 Guaging Your Cross-Cultural Sensitivity in Group/Classroom Contexts Chapter 13 Enhancing the Group Learning Experience by Weaving Multicultural Themes into the Curriculum Part 14 Case Studies in Applied Settings Chapter 15 The Hospital Chaplain, Health Care Team, and the Need for Patient Representation in the Health Care Process Chapter 16 The Role of the Hospital Chaplain in Orienting the Patient to the Processes Associated with the Health Care Team Chapter 17 Analyzing C-SPAN in the Classroom to Improve Student Learning Chapter 18 Emphasizing a Multicultural Climate as a Group Dynamic in the Classroom Chapter 19 Public Speaking Instruction as a Group Experience Chapter 20 A Systems Approach Analysis of Information Diffusion within an Organizational Telephone Service Chapter 21 Researching Cross-Cultural Relations among Varied Racial/Ethnic Groups via C-SPAN Videotapesshow more