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The Discourse of Special Populations

Critical Intercultural Communication Pedagogy and Practice, 1st Edition

Edited by Ahmet Atay, Diana Trebing

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212 pages

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Description

The term "special population" occupies a particular purpose and has a particular role in the discourse of higher education. This book uses the term as an umbrella term for any student who tends to be underrepresented on college campuses and has a very specific set of unique needs: among others, individuals with physical and learning disabilities, international students, ethnic minorities, LGBTQ students, single parents, and first generation and other non-traditional student groups. Sometimes these "special" student groups are visible to educators; however, quite often they are hidden in plain sight, which makes it difficult for educators to work effectively and meaningfully with these student groups. This book uses the framework of critical intercultural communication pedagogy to generate a discussion about pedagogical issues surrounding students who are categorized as "special populations", focusing on culturally sensitive pedagogical methods to educate all students.

Table of Contents

Introduction



Ahmet Atay and Diana Trebing





Part 1: Theories and Approaches



1. All Students Are Special (Though Some Are More Special Than Others)



Sara DeTurk





2. Autoethnography as a Catalyst for Pedagogical Change for Special Populations of Students



David H. Kahl, Jr.





3. Reading Between the Lines: Critical Communication Pedagogy and Textbook Development



Deanna Fassett and Kathryn B. Golsan





4. Empathetic Literacy and Intercultural Storytelling: Compasses and Architecture



Carolyn Calloway-Thomas





Part II: Special Populations in Different Contexts



5. Complicating Special Population Research: A Case for Non-Native, English Speaking International Students on US-American Campuses



Satoshi Toyosaki and Yusaku Yajima



6. Queering the Discourse of "Special Populations": Queer/Critical Intercultural Communication Pedagogy



Ahmet Atay



7. Students Writing Culture: Strategies for Illuminating Pluralistic Voices Through Critical Intercultural Communication Pedagogy



Amy Heuman



8. Teaching Race in Communication Courses



Anthony Esposito and Ronald Raymond



9. Higher Education in Prison: Critical Pedagogy and Incarcerated Student Identities



Jelena Petrovic, Andy Eisen, and Pamela Cappas-Toro





10. "The Big Words Swirled": Dialogue, Reciprocity, and Rigorous Critical Pedagogy in a Prison Classroom



Adam Lauver and Jeremy Make



11. First-Generation Students’ Privacy Management Rules with Parents: Advocating for a Relational Ethic of Listening through Critical Communication Pedagogy



Alyssa McFarlan, Walter Abrego, Sherokee Eder, Sara Koch, Crystal Hernandez, and C. Kyle Rudick

About the Editors

Ahmet Atay is Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at The College of Wooster, USA.



Diana Trebing is Associate Professor in the Department of Communication at Saginaw Valley State University, USA.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
EDU020000
EDUCATION / Multicultural Education
LAN004000
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Communication Studies
SOC008000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Ethnic Studies / General
SOC012000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Gay Studies
SOC017000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Lesbian Studies