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The Resource Voices of strong democracy : concepts and models for service-learning in communication studies, David Droge and Bren Ortega Murphy, volume editors ; Edward Zlotkowski, series editor, (electronic resource)

Voices of strong democracy : concepts and models for service-learning in communication studies, David Droge and Bren Ortega Murphy, volume editors ; Edward Zlotkowski, series editor, (electronic resource)

Label
Voices of strong democracy : concepts and models for service-learning in communication studies
Title
Voices of strong democracy
Title remainder
concepts and models for service-learning in communication studies
Statement of responsibility
David Droge and Bren Ortega Murphy, volume editors ; Edward Zlotkowski, series editor
Title variation
  • Concepts and models for service-learning in communication studies
  • Communication studies
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
TJC
Dewey number
302.2/071/173
LC call number
P91.3
LC item number
.V63 1999
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  • 1947-
  • 1949-
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  • Droge, David Allen
  • Murphy, Bren Adair Ortega
  • American Association for Higher Education
  • National Communication Association (U.S.)
  • EBSCO Publishing (Firm)
Series statement
AAHE's series on service-learning in the disciplines
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Communication
  • Service learning
  • Service learning
Label
Voices of strong democracy : concepts and models for service-learning in communication studies, David Droge and Bren Ortega Murphy, volume editors ; Edward Zlotkowski, series editor, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Service-learning in communication courses
  • Learning language, culture, and community
  • Service-learning and interpersonal communication: connecting students with the community
  • Small group problem solving as academic service-learning
  • Performance of oral traditions: a service-learning approach
  • Advocacy in service of others: service-learning in argumentation courses
  • Giving students "all of the above": combining service-learning with the public speaking course
  • Communication and social change: applied communication theory in service-learning
  • Community media as a pedagogical laboratory
  • Read all about it! using civic journalism as a service-learning strategy
  • pt. 1.
  • Communication campaigns course as a model for incorporating service-learning into the curriculum
  • Public relations and public service: integrating service-learning into the public relations seminar
  • pt. 3.
  • Reflections and resources
  • Critical reflection and social power in service-learning
  • Communication and service-learning: bridging the gap
  • Program-level overviews
  • Service-learning in communication: why?
  • Integrating communication theory and practice in community settings: approaches, opportunities, and ongoing challenges
  • Integrating service-learning into the communication curriculum at a research university: from institutionalization to assessment of effectiveness
  • Service-learning at the graduate level
  • Faculty incentives: a necessity for integrating service-learning
  • pt. 2.
  • Service-learning in communication courses
  • Learning language, culture, and community
  • Service-learning and interpersonal communication: connecting students with the community
  • Small group problem solving as academic service-learning
  • Performance of oral traditions: a service-learning approach
  • Advocacy in service of others: service-learning in argumentation courses
  • Giving students "all of the above": combining service-learning with the public speaking course
  • Communication and social change: applied communication theory in service-learning
  • Community media as a pedagogical laboratory
  • Read all about it! using civic journalism as a service-learning strategy
  • pt. 1.
  • Communication campaigns course as a model for incorporating service-learning into the curriculum
  • Public relations and public service: integrating service-learning into the public relations seminar
  • pt. 3.
  • Reflections and resources
  • Critical reflection and social power in service-learning
  • Communication and service-learning: bridging the gap
  • Program-level overviews
  • Service-learning in communication: why?
  • Integrating communication theory and practice in community settings: approaches, opportunities, and ongoing challenges
  • Integrating service-learning into the communication curriculum at a research university: from institutionalization to assessment of effectiveness
  • Service-learning at the graduate level
  • Faculty incentives: a necessity for integrating service-learning
  • pt. 2.
  • Service-learning in communication courses
  • Learning language, culture, and community
  • Service-learning and interpersonal communication: connecting students with the community
  • Small group problem solving as academic service-learning
  • Performance of oral traditions: a service-learning approach
  • Advocacy in service of others: service-learning in argumentation courses
  • Giving students "all of the above": combining service-learning with the public speaking course
  • Communication and social change: applied communication theory in service-learning
  • Community media as a pedagogical laboratory
  • Read all about it! using civic journalism as a service-learning strategy
  • pt. 1.
  • Communication campaigns course as a model for incorporating service-learning into the curriculum
  • Public relations and public service: integrating service-learning into the public relations seminar
  • pt. 3.
  • Reflections and resources
  • Critical reflection and social power in service-learning
  • Communication and service-learning: bridging the gap
  • Program-level overviews
  • Service-learning in communication: why?
  • Integrating communication theory and practice in community settings: approaches, opportunities, and ongoing challenges
  • Integrating service-learning into the communication curriculum at a research university: from institutionalization to assessment of effectiveness
  • Service-learning at the graduate level
  • Faculty incentives: a necessity for integrating service-learning
  • pt. 2.
  • Service-learning in communication courses
  • Learning language, culture, and community
  • Service-learning and interpersonal communication: connecting students with the community
  • Small group problem solving as academic service-learning
  • Performance of oral traditions: a service-learning approach
  • Advocacy in service of others: service-learning in argumentation courses
  • Giving students "all of the above": combining service-learning with the public speaking course
  • Communication and social change: applied communication theory in service-learning
  • Community media as a pedagogical laboratory
  • Read all about it! using civic journalism as a service-learning strategy
  • pt. 1.
  • Communication campaigns course as a model for incorporating service-learning into the curriculum
  • Public relations and public service: integrating service-learning into the public relations seminar
  • pt. 3.
  • Reflections and resources
  • Critical reflection and social power in service-learning
  • Communication and service-learning: bridging the gap
  • Program-level overviews
  • Service-learning in communication: why?
  • Integrating communication theory and practice in community settings: approaches, opportunities, and ongoing challenges
  • Integrating service-learning into the communication curriculum at a research university: from institutionalization to assessment of effectiveness
  • Service-learning at the graduate level
  • Faculty incentives: a necessity for integrating service-learning
  • pt. 2.
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000079907
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unknown
Isbn
9781563770050
Isbn Type
(set)
Lccn
2001269368
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000079907
Label
Voices of strong democracy : concepts and models for service-learning in communication studies, David Droge and Bren Ortega Murphy, volume editors ; Edward Zlotkowski, series editor, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Service-learning in communication courses
  • Learning language, culture, and community
  • Service-learning and interpersonal communication: connecting students with the community
  • Small group problem solving as academic service-learning
  • Performance of oral traditions: a service-learning approach
  • Advocacy in service of others: service-learning in argumentation courses
  • Giving students "all of the above": combining service-learning with the public speaking course
  • Communication and social change: applied communication theory in service-learning
  • Community media as a pedagogical laboratory
  • Read all about it! using civic journalism as a service-learning strategy
  • pt. 1.
  • Communication campaigns course as a model for incorporating service-learning into the curriculum
  • Public relations and public service: integrating service-learning into the public relations seminar
  • pt. 3.
  • Reflections and resources
  • Critical reflection and social power in service-learning
  • Communication and service-learning: bridging the gap
  • Program-level overviews
  • Service-learning in communication: why?
  • Integrating communication theory and practice in community settings: approaches, opportunities, and ongoing challenges
  • Integrating service-learning into the communication curriculum at a research university: from institutionalization to assessment of effectiveness
  • Service-learning at the graduate level
  • Faculty incentives: a necessity for integrating service-learning
  • pt. 2.
  • Service-learning in communication courses
  • Learning language, culture, and community
  • Service-learning and interpersonal communication: connecting students with the community
  • Small group problem solving as academic service-learning
  • Performance of oral traditions: a service-learning approach
  • Advocacy in service of others: service-learning in argumentation courses
  • Giving students "all of the above": combining service-learning with the public speaking course
  • Communication and social change: applied communication theory in service-learning
  • Community media as a pedagogical laboratory
  • Read all about it! using civic journalism as a service-learning strategy
  • pt. 1.
  • Communication campaigns course as a model for incorporating service-learning into the curriculum
  • Public relations and public service: integrating service-learning into the public relations seminar
  • pt. 3.
  • Reflections and resources
  • Critical reflection and social power in service-learning
  • Communication and service-learning: bridging the gap
  • Program-level overviews
  • Service-learning in communication: why?
  • Integrating communication theory and practice in community settings: approaches, opportunities, and ongoing challenges
  • Integrating service-learning into the communication curriculum at a research university: from institutionalization to assessment of effectiveness
  • Service-learning at the graduate level
  • Faculty incentives: a necessity for integrating service-learning
  • pt. 2.
  • Service-learning in communication courses
  • Learning language, culture, and community
  • Service-learning and interpersonal communication: connecting students with the community
  • Small group problem solving as academic service-learning
  • Performance of oral traditions: a service-learning approach
  • Advocacy in service of others: service-learning in argumentation courses
  • Giving students "all of the above": combining service-learning with the public speaking course
  • Communication and social change: applied communication theory in service-learning
  • Community media as a pedagogical laboratory
  • Read all about it! using civic journalism as a service-learning strategy
  • pt. 1.
  • Communication campaigns course as a model for incorporating service-learning into the curriculum
  • Public relations and public service: integrating service-learning into the public relations seminar
  • pt. 3.
  • Reflections and resources
  • Critical reflection and social power in service-learning
  • Communication and service-learning: bridging the gap
  • Program-level overviews
  • Service-learning in communication: why?
  • Integrating communication theory and practice in community settings: approaches, opportunities, and ongoing challenges
  • Integrating service-learning into the communication curriculum at a research university: from institutionalization to assessment of effectiveness
  • Service-learning at the graduate level
  • Faculty incentives: a necessity for integrating service-learning
  • pt. 2.
  • Service-learning in communication courses
  • Learning language, culture, and community
  • Service-learning and interpersonal communication: connecting students with the community
  • Small group problem solving as academic service-learning
  • Performance of oral traditions: a service-learning approach
  • Advocacy in service of others: service-learning in argumentation courses
  • Giving students "all of the above": combining service-learning with the public speaking course
  • Communication and social change: applied communication theory in service-learning
  • Community media as a pedagogical laboratory
  • Read all about it! using civic journalism as a service-learning strategy
  • pt. 1.
  • Communication campaigns course as a model for incorporating service-learning into the curriculum
  • Public relations and public service: integrating service-learning into the public relations seminar
  • pt. 3.
  • Reflections and resources
  • Critical reflection and social power in service-learning
  • Communication and service-learning: bridging the gap
  • Program-level overviews
  • Service-learning in communication: why?
  • Integrating communication theory and practice in community settings: approaches, opportunities, and ongoing challenges
  • Integrating service-learning into the communication curriculum at a research university: from institutionalization to assessment of effectiveness
  • Service-learning at the graduate level
  • Faculty incentives: a necessity for integrating service-learning
  • pt. 2.
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000079907
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781563770050
Isbn Type
(set)
Lccn
2001269368
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000079907

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