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Kyle Rudick, C.; Quiñones Valdivia, Fernando Ismael; Hudachek, Lexi; Specker, Jackson; Goodboy, Alan K. – Communication Education, 2019
In this study, we explore how students identify and navigate the social structure of higher education and how, in doing so, they communicatively (re)produce socializing norms. To this end, we draw upon the work of the late educational sociologist Pierre Bourdieu to outline a critical communication pedagogical understanding of institutional…
Descriptors: Social Capital, Cultural Capital, Educational Sociology, Socialization
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Makkawy, Amin; Moreman, Shane T. – Communication Education, 2019
This critical communication pedagogy study consists of a cripistemological analysis of two prominent communication theory textbooks to better understand the nondisableist assumptions embedded within these textbooks and, by extension, our field's theories. Conceiving of the university classroom as an educational cultural performance, this study…
Descriptors: Communication (Thought Transfer), Textbooks, Disabilities, Epistemology
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Jones, Hannah E.; Horan, Sean M. – Communication Education, 2019
Students' concealed carry of guns is now legally allowed at many instructors' places of employment, representing an influential and understudied message. Therefore, using Emotional Response Theory and the chilling effect, the purpose of this study was to examine how college instructors perceived the legal presence of guns on campus influenced…
Descriptors: Weapons, College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes, Power Structure
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Strawser, Michael G.; Sellnow, Deanna D. – Communication Education, 2019
In this paper, we first frame Sprague's vision in the historical context from which it emerged. From there, we explore some contemporary concerns instructional communication researchers must grapple with, and then propose some practical next steps for envisioning instructional communication research as a platform for meaningful contributions…
Descriptors: Problem Solving, Classroom Communication, Communication Research, Interpersonal Communication
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Mottet, Timothy P. – Communication Education, 2019
An Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) is an institution of higher education with an undergraduate Hispanic student enrollment of 25% or more. The purpose of this brief essay is to share the author's perspective as both a teacher and leader at an HSI. He begins by providing a context for understanding his experiences and then shares some of what he…
Descriptors: Colleges, Hispanic American Students, Undergraduate Students, Racial Composition
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Rudick, C. Kyle; Dannels, Deanna P. – Communication Education, 2019
Hispanic-serving institutions (HSIs), those institutions with 25% or more enrolled Latinx students, are an increasingly common part of the U.S. higher-education landscape. Their growth coincides with the increasing Latinx population--from 55 million in 2015 to an estimated 119 million by the end of 2060. Latinx students hail from a variety of…
Descriptors: Hispanic American Students, Institutional Characteristics, Cultural Background, Cultural Pluralism
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Lawless, Brandi; Rudick, C. Kyle; Golsan, Kathryn – Communication Education, 2019
Given the political Right's attacks on U.S. academics as too liberal, we broach questions about knowledge production and curriculum development. We first explore how the Right has used arguments for freedom of speech and ideological diversity to undermine higher education's mission in the hope of polluting the public sphere with ideas that are…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Academic Freedom, Ideology, Institutional Mission
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McConnell, Kathleen F.; Urbain, Melissa – Communication Education, 2019
The six questions that Sprague posed in 1992 serve as a guide for mapping current educational policies and philosophies. The national educational policies of the past four administrations have seen little uptake of the critical answers to Sprague's six questions offered by scholars of teaching and learning over the same period of time. The…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Critical Theory, Educational History, Elementary Secondary Education
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Moreman, Shane T. – Communication Education, 2019
To date, whites are three-fifths of the overall U.S. population and are declining in proportion to people of color. Currently, Latinxs are 18% of the total population (U.S. Census Bureau, 2019), and that percentage is projected to increase with the next census count. Correlatively, then, the shift of predominantly white institutions (PWIs) into…
Descriptors: Problems, Hispanic American Students, College Students, Colleges
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Chen, Yea-Wen – Communication Education, 2019
Critical scholarship has been at the forefront of critiquing a sustained pattern of ignoring race and related historically marginalized identities while privileging Eurocentric/white/male epistemologies in communication and instruction scholarship (e.g., Fassett & Rudick, 2018; Fassett & Warren, 2007; Hendrix, Jackson, & Warren, 2003;…
Descriptors: Epistemology, Minority Group Students, Institutional Characteristics, Hispanic American Students
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Bolkan, San; Goodboy, Alan K. – Communication Education, 2019
This study examined learning differences for students who were given instructor-provided examples during a lesson compared with student-generated examples. In an experiment, 348 students were exposed to an online lesson about fear appeals and were randomly assigned to either a condition where (a) examples of key concepts were provided by the…
Descriptors: Models, Concept Formation, Individual Differences, Student Role
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Agne, Robert R.; Muller, Heidi L. – Communication Education, 2019
This study is a discourse analysis of the transcribed talk recorded between tutors and students in a university peer tutoring program. We focus on STEM tutoring sessions, showing how tutors and students co-construct relational identities in and among the technical, highly task-oriented work of solving math and science problems. Using Grounded…
Descriptors: Peer Teaching, STEM Education, Tutoring, Peer Relationship
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Taylor, Toniesha L. – Communication Education, 2019
In a post #SilentSam, #METoo, #BlackGirlOnCampus, #WhatHappenedtoSandraBland world, a world where universities find themselves inundated by a 24-hour social media cycle and the truth of campus life is one viral video away, both communication staff and instructors are often tasked with new social media responsibilities not previously encountered or…
Descriptors: African Americans, Females, Social Media, College Environment
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West, Mckay Steven; Martin, Matthew M. – Communication Education, 2019
Instructors use humor in the classroom in numerous ways, including behaving stupidly, offering impersonations, manipulating their nonverbals, telling a story, joke, or pun, and using a costume or prop. How students decode their instructors' use of humor impacts their feelings about the course and their instructors. In this study, we investigated…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Humor, Student Attitudes, Teacher Behavior
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Linvill, Darren L. – Communication Education, 2019
Building a healthy campus climate, one that is respectful, inclusive, and supportive of intellectual growth for the entire university community, has always been a challenge faced by educators. From influencing students' thought to facilitating individual cases of bullying and harassment, the mainstream media is awash with stories about the role…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Social Media, Risk, Computer Mediated Communication
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