Rhetoric, Professional Communication, and Globalization

This Journal publishes articles on the theory, practice, and teaching of professional communication in critical global contexts. Articles can take a variety of forms, including formal empirical studies, illustrative case studies, book, software, and academic program review, and curriculum development. The Journal is primarily cross cultural, concentrating on how professionals from a variety of cultural and rhetorical traditions communicate with each other across a range of contexts using various communication media.


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Vol 5, No 1 (2014)

Methodologies for intercultural research: Reflexivity, flexibility, and humility

Special edition editors:
Rebecca Walton, Utah State University
Barry Thatcher, New Mexico State University

Table of Contents


Editor's introduction to special edition on intercultural methodology PDF
Rebecca Walton 1-13


Methods and meanings: Reflections on reflexivity and flexibility in an intercultural ethnographic study of an activist organization PDF
Natasha N. Jones 14-43
Designing for engagement: Intercultural communication and/as participatory design PDF
Guiseppe Getto 44-66
Digital ethnography for intercultural and professional communication: Some best practice principles PDF
Michael Madson 67-89
Methodological journey: Lessons learned from a student-led intercultural pilot study PDF
Ryan James Price, Rebecca Walton, Matthew Petersen 90-107
Towards a cultural rhetorics maethodology: Making research matter with multi-generational women from the Little Traverse Bay Band PDF
Andrea M. Riley Mukavetz 108-125
Comparison as a mode of inquiry: Rearticulating the contexts of intercultural communication PDF
Lance Cummings 126-146

Book Reviews

Review of Information Overload: An International Challenge for Professional Engineers and Technical Communicators. Judith B. Strother, Jan M. Ulijn, and Zohra Fazal PDF
Shawanda Stewart 147-149

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ISSN: 2153-9480