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Alicia M. Mason; Elizabeth A. Spencer; Megan C. Westhoff; Kristen M. Livingston; Josh Compton – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2023
This study aims to understand the general web accessibility of digital information networks which may serve as barriers for access to the global discipline of Communication through institutional and departmental websites, specifically for persons with disabilities and those with limited English proficiency (LEP). Our exploratory content analysis…
Descriptors: Access to Computers, Accessibility (for Disabled), Access to Information, Web Sites
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Yilmaz, Gamze – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2023
As students try to make sense of their college experience and the value of attaining a degree post-pandemic, educators are grappling with finding new methods to re-engage students in the classroom using a range of modalities. This case study explored student reactions to flipped classroom learning experiences, and possible relationship between the…
Descriptors: Flipped Classroom, Student Attitudes, Academic Achievement, Communications
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Molta, Daniela; Luttrell, Regina; McCollough, Christopher J. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2022
It is imperative that today's advertising, journalism, mass communication, and public relations students are prepared to engage in corporate activism and corporate social responsibility communications once in the workforce. This article explores the need for incorporating equity-based pedagogy, using feminism as one of many approaches, into…
Descriptors: Feminism, Teaching Methods, Communications, Advertising
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Quartz, Sean – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2022
Within climate change instruction, effective instructional crisis communication is necessary to attain cognitive, affective, and behavioral learning outcomes so students comprehensively learn the reality and implications of this planetary crisis. I locate this learning as coming to terms with climate change. This study explores how students…
Descriptors: Climate, Environmental Education, Instructional Effectiveness, Communications
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Topic, Martina; Diers-Lawson, Audra Diers-Lawson; Goodman, Christian – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2022
The purpose of the article is to compare and contrast higher education and research among public relations and journalism students of middle-class and working-class origin. The paper applied Bourdieu's theory of "habitus" to analyze prejudices against the working class, explores whether working-class students express an anti-education…
Descriptors: Middle Class, Working Class, Student Characteristics, Socialization
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Hill, Amanda – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
Today's students often speak through mediated technologies. Thus, understanding how nonverbal cues impact meaning-making is key to understanding effective communication across mediums. This case study explores a group project where students created audio podcasts to teach others about a specific aspect of communication studies while considering…
Descriptors: Information Dissemination, Audio Equipment, Communications, Acoustics
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Coleman, Miles C.; Santos, Susana C.; Cypher, Joy M.; Krummenacher, Claude; Fleming, Robert – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
Some crises, such as those brought on or exposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, are wicked problems--large, complex problems with no immediate answer. As such, they make rich centerpieces for learning with respect to public deliberation and issue-based dialogue. This essay reflects on an experimental, transdisciplinary health and science communication…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Interdisciplinary Approach, Social Problems
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Spradley, Elizabeth; Spradley, R. Tyler – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
The improvisations needed to adapt to COVID-19 teaching and learning conditions affected students and faculty alike. This study uses chaos theory and improvisation to examine an undergraduate communication research methods course that was initially delivered synchronously/face-to-face and then transitioned to asynchronous/online in March 2020.…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing, Educational Technology
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Mussack, Brigitte – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
This paper examines yard signs as a site for public pedagogy that engages two concurrent, and comorbid, public health crises: the COVID-19 pandemic and racism. Specifically, I reflect on how yard signs responding to the George Floyd murder in my own Minneapolis neighborhood exist during a kairotic moment; as myself and my students are increasingly…
Descriptors: Signs, COVID-19, Pandemics, Racial Bias
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Stern, Danielle M. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2018
This interview study analyzes 22 communication scholars' experiences of teaching about feminism. Beyond questioning understandings of feminism in the communication classroom, a theory of privileged vulnerability emerged regarding the privilege of teaching about feminism and the vulnerability we--as self-identified feminist educators--embody via…
Descriptors: Feminism, Communications, Educational Practices, College Faculty