Citizenship and Advocacy in Technical Communication

Scholarly and Pedagogical Perspectives
 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 22. Juni 2018
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  • 370 Seiten
 
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978-1-351-36032-6 (ISBN)
 

In Citizenship and Advocacy in Technical Communication, teachers, researchers, and practitioners will find a variety of theoretical frameworks, empirical studies, and teaching approaches to advocacy and citizenship. Specifically, the collection is organized around three main themes or sections: considerations for understanding and defining advocacy and citizenship locally and globally, engaging with the local and global community, and introducing advocacy in a classroom.

The collection covers an expansive breadth of issues and topics that speak to the complexities of undertaking advocacy work in TPC, including local grant writing activities, cosmopolitanism and global transnational rhetoric, digital citizenship and social media use, strategic and tactical communication, and diversity and social justice. The contributors themselves, representing fifteen academic institutions and occupying various academic ranks, offer nuanced definitions, frameworks, examples, and strategies for students, scholars, practitioners, and educators who want to or are already engaged in a variegated range of advocacy work. More so, they reinforce the inherent humanistic values of our field and discuss effective rhetorical and current technological tools at our disposal. Finally, they show us how, through pedagogical approaches and everyday mundane activities and practices, we (can) advocate either actively or passively.

  • Englisch
  • Milton
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  • Großbritannien
Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • Für höhere Schule und Studium
6 schwarz-weiße Fotos, 11 schwarz-weiße Zeichnungen, 13 schwarz-weiße Tabellen
  • 3,22 MB
978-1-351-36032-6 (9781351360326)
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Godwin Y. Agboka is an associate professor of technical and professional communication and director of the Master of Science in Technical Communication program at University of Houston-Downton, where he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses, including intercultural communication, medical writing, and science writing. Agboka's research interests include intercultural technical communication, social justice and human rights perspectives, research methodologies, and the rhetoric of science and medicine. He is the author of several journal articles and book chapters.

Natalia Matveeva is an associate professor of technical and professional communication and the co-director of the Institute for Plain English Research and Study (IPERS) at University of Houston-Downton. Matveeva teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in intercultural technical communication, grant writing, web writing, research methods, and plain language. She has published a number of articles and book chapters in technical and business communication journals and edited collections.

  • Cover
  • Title
  • Copyright
  • Dedication
  • Contents
  • List of Figures and Tables
  • Author Biographies
  • Series Editor Foreword
  • Foreword Of Access, Advocacy, and Citizenship: A Perspective for Technical Communicators
  • Preface Advocating for the Good of Humanity: Technical Communication as a Tool for Change
  • PART ONE: DEFINING CORE COMPETENCIES FOR LOCAL AND GLOBAL ADVOCACY AND CITIZENSHIP
  • 1 Female Practitioners' Advocacy and Activism: Using Technical Communication for Social Justice Goals
  • 2 Expanding Inventional and Solution Spaces: How Asset-Based Inquiry Can Support Advocacy in Technical Communication
  • 3 Enabling Global Citizenship in Intercultural Collaboration: Cosmopolitan Potential in Online Identity Representation
  • 4 Building the Babel of Transnational Literacies: Preparing Education for World Citizens
  • PART TWO: CHOOSING THE RIGHT APPROACHES TO ADVOCACY AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: WORKING WITH A REAL CLIENT
  • 5 Technical Communication Client Projects and Nonprofit Partnerships: The Challenges and Opportunities of Community Engagement
  • 6 An Intercultural Analysis of Social Media Advocacy in Disaster Response
  • 7 Monitoring and Managing Online Comments in Science Journalism
  • 8 Journaling and Bibliotherapy Participatory Design as a Heuristic for Program Development
  • 9 Résumé Design and Career Advocacy in a Goodwill Career Center
  • PART THREE: INTRODUCING ADVOCACY TECHNIQUES IN A CLASSROOM
  • 10 Inclusive Practices in the Technical Communication Classroom
  • 11 Community-Engaged Learning in Online Technical Communication Classes: A Tool for Student Success
  • 12 Teaching Proposal Writing: Advocacy and Autonomy in the Technical Communication Classroom
  • 13 Open-Source Technical Communication in the Classroom: Digital Citizenship, Communities of Play, and Online Collaboration
  • 14 Social Media and Advocacy in the Technical and Professional Communication Classroom: A Social Justice Pedagogical Approach
  • Afterword: Solving for Pattern in Professional and Technical Communication
  • Index

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