The SAGE Handbook of Gender and Communication

Editors: Dow, Bonnie J. and Wood, Julia T.
Publication Year: 2006
Publisher: SAGE Publications

Single-User Purchase Price: $231.00
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ISBN: 978-1-4129-0423-0
Category: Social Sciences - Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies
Book Status: Available
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The SAGE Handbook of Gender and Communication is a vital resource for those seeking to explore the complex interactions of gender and communication. This title offers a comprehensive review and evaluation of the state of the gender and communication field through the discussion of existing theories and research, as well as through identification of important directions for future scholarship.

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Table of Contents

  • The Evolution of Gender and Communication Research: Intersections of Theory, Politics, and Scholarship - Bonnie J. Dow and Julia T. Wood
  • Part I: Gender and Communication in Interpersonal Contexts
  • Introduction - Julia T. Wood
  • 1. Performing Gender and Interpersonal Communication Research - Elizabeth Bell and Daniel Blaeuer
  • 2. Gendered Communication in Dating Relationships - Sandra Metts
  • 3. Gender and Family Interaction: Dress Rehearsal for an Improvisation? - Kathleen M. Galvin
  • 4. Communication and Gender among Adult Friends - Michael Monsour
  • 5. Gendered Communication and Intimate Partner Violence - Michael P. Johnson
  • Part II: Gender and Communication in Organizational Contexts
  • Introduction - Dennis K. Mumby
  • 6. Back to Work: Sights/Sites of Difference in Gender and Organizational Communication Studies - Karen Lee Ashcraft
  • 7. Constructing Embodied Organizational Identities: Commodifying, Securing, and Servicing Professional Bodies - Angela Trethewey, Cliff Scott, and Marianne LeGreco
  • 8. Love, Sex, and Tech in the Global Workplace - Nikki C. Townsley
  • 9. Gendered Stories of Career: Unfolding Discourses of Time, Space, and Identity - Patrice M. Buzzanell and Kristen Lucas
  • Part III: Gender and Communication in Rhetorical Contexts
  • Introduction - Karlyn Kohrs Campbell
  • 10. Gender and Public Address - Karlyn Kohrs Campbell and Zornitsa Keremidchieva
  • 11. Gender in Political Communication Research: The Problem with Having No Name - Vanessa B. Beasley
  • 12. The Intersections of Race and Gender in Rhetorical Theory and Praxis - Jacqueline Bacon
  • 13. Rhetoric and Gender in Greco-Roman Theorizing - Cheryl Glenn and Rosalyn Collings Eves
  • 14. A Vexing Relationship: Gender and Contemporary Rhetorical Theory - Nathan Stormer
  • Part IV: Gender and Communication in Mediated Contexts
  • Introduction - Bonnie J. Dow
  • 15. Feminism and/in Mass Media - Angharad N. Valdivia and Sarah Projansky
  • 16. Gender, Race, and Media Representation - Dwight E. Brooks and Lisa P. Hébert
  • 17. Critical Studies in Gender/Sexuality and Media - John M. Sloop
  • 18. Gendered Violence and Mass Media Representation - Lisa M. Cuklanz
  • 19. Gender and New Media - Mia Consalvo
  • Part V: Gender and Communication in Intercultural and Global Contexts
  • Introduction - Fern L. Johnson
  • 20. Gender with/out Borders: Discursive Dynamics of Gender, Race, and Culture - Lisa A. Flores
  • 21. Negotiating Boundaries, Crossing Borders: The Language of Black Women's Intercultural Encounters - Marsha Houston and Karla D. Scott
  • 22. Transgressing Gender in Discourses across Cultures - Fern L. Johnson
  • 23. Globalizing Gender Studies in Communication - Radha S. Hegde
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