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Ashby-King, Drew T.; Anderson, Lindsey B. – Communication Education, 2022
Higher education has been commodified as neoliberal ideology is reflected in and perpetuated through social discourses, such as memorable messages. These discourses socialize young adults to college and shape their understanding about the purpose of higher education. Through in-depth interviews with 20 first-year college students, we found that…
Descriptors: College Freshmen, Student Attitudes, Knowledge Level, Role of Education
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Goode, Jayne R.; Radovic-Fanta, Jelena; Bose, Sayoni – Communication Education, 2022
Students at the intersection of social, political, and economic struggles must often forge new paths to make college entrance possible, even as dominant social narratives predict their failure. Faculty and administration endeavor to engage this emerging majority population and devote valuable time and resources to support structures meant to…
Descriptors: College Students, College Environment, Self Concept, Student Development
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Brammer, Sydney Elaine; Punyanunt-Carter, Narissra Maria – Communication Education, 2022
Due to the increase in online learning over the years, it is particularly important to understand how students can learn effectively in the digital space (Morrealeet al., 2021). The need for more online pedagogy research was made especially clear by the urgent shift to online learning during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in early 2020,…
Descriptors: Attention, Learner Engagement, Electronic Learning, Communication (Thought Transfer)
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Lin, Xialing; Kaufmann, Renee; Spates, Stephen A.; Lachlan, Kenneth A.; Spence, Patric R. – Communication Education, 2022
Although applied to numerous communication contexts, affordance approaches have yet to receive sustained attention in the instructional literature. The ongoing migration to online pedagogy suggests a need to examine the impact of technological affordances and communication in Learning Management Systems. To that end, an experimental study…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Integrated Learning Systems, Computer Mediated Communication, Heuristics
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Shin, Matt; Goodboy, Alan K.; Bolkan, San – Communication Education, 2022
Using a person-centered approach and guided by four mini-theories within self-determination theory, we investigated students' motivation for pursuing their doctorate. Specifically, we examined students' (N = 205) intrinsic and extrinsic motivation to persevere in their doctoral studies to ascertain if differences in the quality of their motivation…
Descriptors: Profiles, Doctoral Students, Self Determination, Burnout
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Chen, Yea-Wen; Cummins, Molly Wiant; Saindon, Christina E.; Zhang, Dacheng – Communication Education, 2022
Given the relatively invisible yet growing presence of international academics on U.S. campuses, this study investigates the lived negotiations of "international instructors" across disciplines via critical communication pedagogy (CCP) as aligned with a pedagogy of cultural wealth. We place "international instructors" within…
Descriptors: Foreign Workers, College Faculty, Cultural Capital, Power Structure
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Williams, Glen – Communication Education, 2022
The need for communication competence in the online environment has loomed large, made more apparent by the pandemic. Understandably, an immediate concern centers on instructors and their ability to deliver quality instruction. The authors have another educational mission, though, complementary in nature, involving the students. By designing and…
Descriptors: Web Based Instruction, Educational Change, Instructional Design, Computer Mediated Communication
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Kaufmann, Renee; Vallade, Jessalyn I. – Communication Education, 2022
Online learning is not going away; in fact, it is growing exponentially. While some students and educators may have been forced into the online instructional realm under less-than-ideal circumstances due to COVID-19, the authors agree with Schwartzman (2020), who noted there is a benefit from this experience--shifting perspectives from a…
Descriptors: Student Experience, Distance Education, Electronic Learning, Educational Technology
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Sellnow, Deanna D.; Strawser, Michael G.; Miller, Ann – Communication Education, 2022
Throughout the 2020-2021 academic year, college instructors struggled with how to accommodate the extenuating circumstances confronting students during the pandemic while, at the same time, maintaining course integrity. Instructors made decisions about accepting late assignments, extending deadlines, and relaxing attendance guidelines for students…
Descriptors: Integrity, Altruism, Electronic Learning, Web Based Instruction
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Wright, Courtney N. – Communication Education, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic and emergency transition to remote learning prompted communication scholars and educators to explore the challenges and opportunities in online teaching with new fervor. Morreale and colleagues (2021) offered questions about instructional communication competence, learning efficacy, student engagement, and learner-centered…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Online Courses, Conventional Instruction
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Fassett, Deanna L.; Atay, Ahmet – Communication Education, 2022
Whether online teaching is a challenge or an opportunity is the wrong question for us to ask and answer. Online teaching in myriad forms has been essential to teaching and learning--though to different degrees depending on the discipline, institution, student, and educator--for decades and will remain so. Though the authors of this article have…
Descriptors: Communication (Thought Transfer), College Instruction, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Goodboy, Alan K.; Bolkan, San; Shin, Matt; Chiasson, Rebekah M. – Communication Education, 2022
Guided by an affective theoretical process, we surveyed college students (N = 397) to examine the effect of college instructors' lecture misbehaviors on students' emotional interest directly, and indirectly through affect toward the course content, among students who varied in their desire to master the course material (i.e., first- and…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Teacher Behavior, Learner Engagement, Mastery Learning
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Bolkan, San; Goodboy, Alan K.; Shin, Matt; Chiasson, Rebekah M. – Communication Education, 2022
This study was conducted to model how teacher misbehaviors associate with reductions in students' sustained attention. Participants (N = 423 college students) responded to measures of their perceptions of teacher antagonism, affect for their instructor, intrinsic motivation to learn, and sustained attention throughout the semester. Results of a…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Attitudes, Learner Engagement, Teacher Behavior
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Parsloe, Sarah M.; Smith, Elizabeth M. – Communication Education, 2022
COVID-19 disrupted traditional face-to-face classroom environments, creating new opportunities for exclusion/inclusion and (in)accessibility. The purpose of this study was to understand students with disabilities' experiences of (mis)fitting (Garland-Thomson, R. (2014). The story of my work: How I became disabled. "Disability Studies…
Descriptors: Students with Disabilities, COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing
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LeMaster, Lore/tta; Mapes, Meggie; Liahnna Stanley, B.; Labador, Angela; Terminel Iberri, Ana Isabel; Stephenson, Megan; Rife, Tyler S. – Communication Education, 2022
This agenda-setting theory essay offers a collaborative response to Sprague, J. (1992). Expanding the research agenda for instructional communication: Raising some unasked questions. "Communication Education," 41(1), 1-25. https://doi.org/10.1080/03634529209378867 early theorizing on critical approaches to communication pedagogy,…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Communication (Thought Transfer), Educational Research, Western Civilization
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