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Mazer, Joseph P. – Communication Education, 2017
The results of this study compile convergent validity evidence for the Student Interest Scale and Student Engagement Scale through associations among emotional support, emotion work, student interest, and engagement. Confirmatory factor analysis indicates that the factor structures of the measures are stable, reliable, and valid. The results…
Descriptors: Student Interests, Classroom Environment, Student Participation, Learner Engagement
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Goldman, Zachary W.; Cranmer, Gregory A.; Sollitto, Michael; Labelle, Sara; Lancaster, Alexander L. – Communication Education, 2017
Guided by Rhetorical and Relational Goals Theory, this study examined college students' preferences for effective teaching behaviors and characteristics. Students (n = 209) articulated qualities in their ideal instructor by prioritizing 10 instructional behaviors and characteristics from the rhetorical and relational traditions (assertive,…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Needs, Student Interests, Preferences
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Frey, Lawrence R.; Palmer, David L. – Communication Education, 2017
The recent formation of the National Communication Association's Activism and Social Justice Division puts a spotlight on the extent to which instructional communication and instructional communication research have advanced--or even should advance--the goals of social justice. To examine this issue, two of the leading scholars on this topic,…
Descriptors: Activism, Social Justice, Scholarship, Citizen Participation
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McConnell, Kathleen F. – Communication Education, 2017
Lawrence R. Frey and David L. Palmer describe communication activism pedagogy (CAP) as "putting meat on critical pedagogy's theoretical bones" and applying theory to real-life activist movements (Frey & Palmer 2014). Their hope is to inspire students "beyond matriculation to develop their roles as activists," and Frey and…
Descriptors: Campuses, Critical Theory, Activism, Higher Education
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Artz, Lee – Communication Education, 2017
Lawrence Frey and David Palmer present a provocative call for communication education and research that is urgent and opportune in this forum's stimulus essay, "Communication Activism Pedagogy and Research: Communication Education Scholarship to Promote Social Justice." The call is urgent because the global human condition--including…
Descriptors: Activism, Social Change, Ethics, Social Justice
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Badger, L. N. – Communication Education, 2017
In this forum response essay, the author proposes that the largest challenge "and" benefit of Communication Activism Pedagogy (CAP) is bound up in a small but significant word in Frey and Palmer's (2014) definition of Communication Activism Pedagogy: "with." Working "with oppressed community members" challenges the…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Models, Service Learning, Higher Education
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Russell, Vincent; Congdon, Mark, Jr. – Communication Education, 2017
Communication activism pedagogy (CAP) illuminates an array of ways to intervene into oppressive systems to promote just conditions, and CAP's transformative effects on students and communities have been substantively demonstrated (Frey & Palmer 2014). Yet, Frey and Palmer recognize that "social justice issues are long-term, large-scale…
Descriptors: Activism, Social Justice, Longitudinal Studies, Critical Theory
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Del Gandio, Jason – Communication Education, 2017
For Frey and Palmer (2014), communication activism pedagogy (CAP) "teaches students how to use their communication knowledge and resources (e.g., theories, research methods, pedagogies, and other practices) to work with community members to intervene into and reconstruct unjust discourses in more just ways." The author of this response…
Descriptors: Activism, Models, Scoring Rubrics, Social Justice
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Donovan, Matthew C. J.; Tracy, Sarah J. – Communication Education, 2017
Communication activism pedagogy (CAP) is rooted in many of the same ideals as participatory action research (e.g., attending to issues of social inequality and oppression with the goal of enacting social change). Not only does participatory action serve an important role in taking research outside of the ivory tower, but also it notably gives…
Descriptors: Activism, Critical Theory, Social Justice, Scholarship
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Frey, Lawrence R.; Palmer, David L. – Communication Education, 2017
In this rejoinder to this forum's respondents to the stimulus essay, "Communication Activism Pedagogy and Research: Communication Education Scholarship to Promote Social Justice," Lawrence Frey and David Palmer state that the forum editors asked them and the invited respondents to focus on communication activism pedagogy (CAP) research…
Descriptors: Scholarship, Activism, Instruction, Teaching Methods
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Hartnett, Stephen J. – Communication Education, 2017
This concluding response to the articles in this forum maps out the main arguments in the responses to the stimulus essay, "Communication Activism Pedagogy and Research: Communication Education Scholarship to Promote Social Justice," which fall into four broad categories: (1) post-Marxist imaginings of social change; (2) existentialist…
Descriptors: Activism, Classification, Instruction, Citizen Participation
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Mallin, Irwin – Communication Education, 2017
Lecture remains a valuable tool in the student learning toolbox--one that at its best helps students unpack what they read for class, place course material in context, and see how a subject matter expert solves problems. It may be useful to think of lecture and active learning as a dialectical tension satisfied by the interactive lecture. Just as…
Descriptors: Lecture Method, Active Learning, Higher Education
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King, Paul E.; Finn, Amber N. – Communication Education, 2017
This study investigated the relationship between public-speaking state anxiety (PSA) and verbal communication performance when delivering a speech. In Study 1, participants delivered an extemporaneous five-minute classroom speech behind a lectern, and in Study 2, to increase cognitive load, participants delivered an extemporaneous five-minute…
Descriptors: Attention Control, Public Speaking, Anxiety, Verbal Communication
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Meyer, Kevin R.; Hunt, Stephen K. – Communication Education, 2017
As this forum's call for papers notes, lecture represents one of the more "controversial forms of instructional communication," yet remains a predominant instructional method in academia. Ironically, instructors face increasing pressure to abandon lecture at a time when these classes are popular and students readily enroll in lecture…
Descriptors: Lecture Method, Higher Education, Listening, Notetaking
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Kramer, Michael W. – Communication Education, 2017
This brief forum article reviews texts on lectures and reveals that not much has changed on this topic. What has happened over the years is that lectures have often been maligned and alternatives that promote student engagement, active learning, and experiential learning have been promoted as the (only) way to reach today's students. The use of…
Descriptors: Lecture Method, Higher Education, Teacher Effectiveness, College Faculty
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