Ethnography of Communication

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WORKS IN EC AND CULTURAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS

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  • Boromisza, D. (2003/4). Az interkulturális félreértés kutatásának fő irányzatai [A survey of intercultural miscommunication research]. Szociológiai Szemle [Review of Sociology], 13, 76-87.
  • Boromisza-Habashi, D. (2007). Voice and moral accountability: Burlesque narratives in televised Hungarian political discourse. SKY Journal of Linguistics, 20, 81-107.
  • Boromisza-Habashi, D. (2007). Freedom of expression, hate speech, and models of personhood in Hungarian political discourse. Communication Law Review, 7, 54-74.
  • Carbaugh, D. & Boromisza-Habashi, D. (in press). Discourse beyond language: Cultural rhetoric, revelatory insight, and nature. In C. Meyer & F. Girke (Eds.), The interplay of rhetoric and culture. Oxford: Berghahn Book Studies in Rhetoric and Culture III.
  • Carbaugh, D., Boromisza-Habashi, D. & Ge, X. (2006). Dialogue in cross-cultural perspective: Deciphering communication codes. In N. Aalto and E. Reuter (Eds.), Aspects of intercultural dialogue: Theory, research, applications (pp. 27-46). Cologne, Germany: Saxa Verlag.
  • Carbaugh, D, Gibson, T, and Milburn, T. (1997). A View of Communication and Culture: Scenes in an Ethnic Cultural Center and a Private College. In B. Kovacic (ed.), Emerging Theories of Human Communication (pp. 1-24), Albany: State University of New York Press.
  • Carbaugh, D. and Hastings, S. (1992). A role for communication theory in ethnography and cultural analysis. Communication Theory, 2, 156-165.
  • Carbaugh, D. and Poutiainen, S. (2000). By way of introduction: An American and Finnish dialogue. In M. Lustig and J. Koester (ed.), AmongUS: Essays on Identity, Belonging, and Intercultural Competence (pp. 203-212), New York: Addison Wesley Longman. [Reprinted in Cultures in Conversation]
  • Carbaugh, D. and Rudnick, L. (2006). Which place, what story? Cultural discourses at the border of the Blackfeet Reservation and Glacier National park. Great Plains Quarterly, 26, 2006, 167-184
  • Carbaugh, D. and Wolf, K. (1999). Situating Rhetoric in cultural discourses. International and Intercultural Communication Annual 22, 1999, 19-30
  • Chen, Victoria. (1990/1991). “Mien tze” at the Chinese dinner table: A Study of the Interactional Accomplishment of Face. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 24, 109-140.
  • Hastings, Sally. (2001). Social drama as a site for the communal construction and management of Asian Indian “stranger” identity. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 34 (4), 309-335.
  • Hastings, Sally. (2000). “Egocasting” in the avoidance of disclosure: An intercultural perspective. In S. Petronio (Ed.), Balancing disclosure, privacy, and secrecy (pp. 235-248). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • LaGrande, S. & Milburn, T. “Keeping it Real:” Identity Management Strategies used by Teens in Conversation. Communication Studies. (Summer 2003). Vol. 54 (2), pp.230-247.
  • McLeod, Kembrew. “Keepin’ it real” in Hip-hop culture. Journal of Communication
  • Milburn, T. (2000).“Enacting ‘Puerto Rican time’ in the United States.” In M. J. Collier (Ed.). Constituting Cultural Difference through Discourse, The International and Intercultural Communication Annual. (2000). Vol. 23, pp. 47-76. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
  • Milburn, T. (2002). “Collaboration and the construction of Puerto Rican community.” In M. P. Orbe, T. McDonald and T. Ford-Ahmed (Eds.). Building Diverse Communities (pp.287-303). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press Inc.
  • Milburn, T. (2004). Speech Community: Reflections upon Communication. Communication Yearbook. Vol. 28, pp.411-441.
  • Milburn, T. (2004). “T Link Enterprises: A Global Sales Initiative.” In Kenton, J. & Shockley-Zalabak (Eds.). Case Studies for Organizational Communication (pp.202-209). (Jan. 2004). Roxbury Press.
  • Milburn, T (in press). Nonprofit Organizations: Creating Membership through Communication. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
  • Milburn, T., Kenefick, J. & Lambert, A. (2006). “Facilitating a Board of Directors’ Planning Retreat: Not-for-Profit Sensemaking.” In Frey, L. (Ed.). Facilitating Group Communication: Innovations And Applications With Natural Groups. Hampton Press.
  • Milburn, T., Wilkins, R. & Wolf Wilkins, K. (2001). “Reflexive Moments: Negotiating Researcher Roles in Participant Observation.” Iowa Journal of Communication. Vol. 33, pp.106-123. Iowa Communication Association.
  • Miller, D. & Rudnick, L. (2008). The security needs assessment protocol: Improving operational effectiveness through community security. New York and Geneva: United Nations Publications.
  • Morgan, E. (2003). Discourses of water: A framework for the study of environmental communication. Applied Environmental Education and Communication. 2(3), 153-159.
  • Morgan, E. (2007). Regional communication and sense of place surrounding the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant. In B.C. Taylor, W.J. Kinsella, S.P. Depoe, & M.S. Metzler (Eds.) Nuclear Legacies: Communication, Controversy, and the U.S. Nuclear Weapons Complex. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
  • Poutiainen, S. (2004). Vieras on hyvä ja ottaa. Vuorovaikutusta kahvipöydässä. [Do have some coffee. Interacting at the coffee table.] In Knuuttila, Maarit, Pöysä, Jyrki & Tuija Saarinen (Ed.), Suulla ja kielellä. Tulkintoja ruuasta. Helsinki: Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura.
  • Poutiainen, S. (2005). Kulttuurista puhetta deittaamisesta. [Cultural Talk about Dating.] Puhe ja kieli, 25:3, 123-136.
  • Poutiainen, S. & M., Gerlander (forthcoming). Cultural Dialectics in Finnish Advising Relationships. In Wilkins, R. & Isotalus, P. (eds.), Finnish Cultural Communication.
  • Scollo Sawyer, M. (2004). Nonverbal ways of communicating with nature: A cross-case study. In S.L. Senecah (Ed.), The environmental communication yearbook, 1, 227-249. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  • Suopis, Cindy and Donal Carbaugh. (2005). Speaking about menopause: Possibilities for a cultural discourse analysis. In J. Duchan & D. Kovarsky (eds.), Diagnosis as a Cultural Practice (Series in Language, Power, and Social Process, pp. 263-276), Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter. [Translated into Italian in P. Barbetta (ed.)]
  • Townsend, Rebecca M. “Town Meeting as a Communication Event: Democracy’s Act Sequence.” Research on Language and Social Interaction. In press.
  • Townsend, Rebecca M. “Review of Cathy Stanton, The Lowell Experiment: Public History in a Postindustrial City, H-Urban, H-Net Reviews. Mar. 2007.Click Here
  • Townsend, Rebecca M. (2006). “Local Communication Studies.” Lead Review Essay. Quarterly Journal of Speech 92, 202-222.
  • Townsend, Rebecca M. (2006). “Widening the Circumference of Scene: Local Politics, Local Metaphysics.” KBJournal. www.kbjournal.org/townsend
  • Townsend, Rebecca M. (2005). Review of Jay Jordan’s “Dell Hymes, Kenneth Burke’s ‘Identification,’ and the Birth of Sociolinguistics” [Rhetoric Review 24 (2005): 264-279]. KBJournal. Spring 2006. www.kbjournal.org/townsend2
  • van Over, Brion. (2014). Tracing the decay of a communication event: The case of The Daily Show’s “Seat of Heat”. Text & Talk 34(2), 187-208.
  • Wilkins, Richard. (2005). The optimal form: Inadequacies and excessiveness within the “asiallinen” [matter-fo-fact] nonverbal style in public and civic settings in Finland. Journal of Communication, 55, 383-401.
  • Wilkins, R., Wolf, K., & Milburn, T. (Summer 2005). “Teaching ‘Culture’ as an Expressive Practice.” Texas Speech Communication Journal. Vol.30 (1), pp. 86-88.
  • Wolf, K., Milburn, T., & Wilkins, R. (June 2008) Expressive Practices: The Local Enactment of Culture in the Communication Classroom. Business Communication Quarterly.

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