ERIC Number: ED449728
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1999
Reference Count: N/A
Voices of Strong Democracy: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Communication Studies. AAHE's Series on Service-Learning in the Disciplines.
Droge, David, Ed.; Murphy, Bren Ortega, Ed.
This volume is part of a series of 18 monographs on service learning and the academic disciplines. These essays demonstrate some "best practices" for service-learning, providing rigorous learning experiences for students and high-quality service to the community. A Preface by James L. Applegate and Sherwyn P. Morreale, "Service-Learning in Communication: A Natural Partnership," and an Introduction by David Droge and Bren Ortega Murphy, are followed by Part 1, "Program-Level Overviews," including: "Service-Learning in Communication: Why?" (Paul A. Soukup); "Integrating Communication Theory and Practice in Community Settings: Approaches, Opportunities, and Ongoing Challenges" (Christine M. Bachen); "Integrating Service-Learning into the Communication Curriculum at a Research University: From Institutionalization to Assessment of Effectiveness" (Mark J. Bergstrom and Connie Bullis); "Service-Learning at the Graduate Level" (Sally Perkins, Virginia Kidd, and Gerri Smith); and "Faculty Incentives: A Necessity for Integrating Service-Learning" (Kathleen H. Stacey and Chris Wood Foreman.) Part 2, "Service-Learning in Communication Courses," includes "Learning Language, Culture, and Community" (Peggy Hashemipour); "Service-Learning and Interpersonal Communication: Connecting Students with the Community" (Tasha Souza); "Small Group Problem Solving as Academic Service-Learning" (Paul Yelsma); "Performance of Oral Traditions: A Service-Learning Approach" (Kristin Bervig Valentine); "Advocacy in Service of Others: Service-Learning in Argumentation Courses" (Mark A. Pollock); "Giving Students 'All of the Above': Combining Service-Learning with the Public Speaking Course" (Sara Weintraub); "Communication and Social Change: Applied Communication Theory in Service-Learning" (Robbin D. Crabtree); "Community Media as a Pedagogical Laboratory" (Virginia Keller, Jeff Harder, and Craig Kois); "Read All about It! Using Civic Journalism as a Service-Learning Strategy" (Eleanor Novek); "The Communication Campaigns Course as a Model for Incorporating Service-Learning into the Curriculum" (Katherine N. Kinnick); and "Public Relations and Public Service: Integrating Service-Learning into the Public Relations Seminar" (Lynne A. Texter and Michael F. Smith). Part 3, "Reflections and Resources," includes: "Critical Organizational Communication Theory, Feminist Research Methods, and Service-Learning: Praxis as Pedagogy" (Angela Trethewey) and "Communication and Service-Learning: Bridging the Gap" (April R. Kendall). An annotated bibliography of print and electronic references is appended. (All papers include references.) (SM)
Descriptors: College Faculty, College Students, Communication (Thought Transfer), Communications, Community Services, Democracy, Graduate Study, Higher Education, Integrated Curriculum, Intellectual Disciplines, Journalism, Mass Media, Oral Tradition, Partnerships in Education, Problem Solving, Public Relations, Public Service, Public Speaking, School Community Programs, Service Learning, Social Change, Student Participation, Student Volunteers
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
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Authoring Institution: American Association for Higher Education, Washington, DC.
Note: For other documents in this series, see HE 033 726-743. Initial funding for this series was supplied by Campus Compact. Published in cooperation with National Communication Association.