The Communication Yearbook annuals publish diverse, state-of-the-art literature reviews across the field of communication. Sponsored by the International Communication Association, volumes offer insightful descriptions of research as well as reflections on the implications of those findings for other areas of the discipline. Editor Christina S. Beck presents a diverse, international selection of articles that highlight empirical and theoretical intersections in the communication discipline.
Table of Contents
Social Construction in Communication: Revisiting the Conversation Mariaelena Bartesaghi and Theresa Castor Theorizing Resistance in a Global Context: Processes, Strategies, and Tactics in Communication Scholarship Mahuya Pal and Mohan J. Dutta Theoretical Contributions of Interpretive and Critical Research in Health Communication Heather M. Zoller and Kimberly N. Kline Meaningful Work and Personal/Social Well-being: Organizational Communication Engages the Meanings of Work George Cheney, Theodore E. Zorn, Sally Planalp and Daniel J. Lair Reconceptualizing Virtual Teaming from a Constitutive Perspective: Review, Redirection, and Research Agenda Jennifer L. Gibbs, Dina Nekrassova, Svetlana V. Grushina and Sally Abdul Wahab "Oxygen of Publicity" and "Lifeblood of Liberty": Communication Scholarship on Mass Media Coverage of Terrorism for the Twenty-First Century Lisa Keränen and Virginia Sanprie Exposing the Spectrum of Whiteness: Rhetorical Conceptions of White Absolutism Michael Lacy How Media Literacy is Defined: A Review Judith E. Rosenbaum, Johannes W. J. Beentjes and Ruben P. Konig Radboud Explaining Variation in the Effects of Supportive Messages: A Dual-Process Framework Graham D. Bodie and Brant R. Burleson
Christina Beck is professor of communication at Ohio University. She has been editing the Communication Yearbook series for 3 years. CY 33 will be her final volume.