Politics within Parentheses: Qualitative Research Methods in Communication Studies now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Politics within Parentheses: Qualitative Research Methods in Communication Studies by Georgina Gabor.
The book purports to mediate between various culturally determined profiles of the discipline of Communication Studies. While it directs the reader’s attention to landmark American texts in intercultural communication, it also signals the potential to make reading a relational praxis, thus writing a way out of the disciplinary meta-narratives of identification.
Through its focus on studies which employ critical or (auto)ethnographic methods, the book represents a mediator of cultural meanings. Its unique approach resides in the offering of a personal incursion through the texts under scrutiny, which allows the reader a pathway, a practical orientation towards criticism in general, and the appropriate means to perform it.
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About the Author
Georgina Gabor is a Lecturer in the Department of Philosophy and Communication Studies at the West University of Timisoara, Romania. She received a PhD and an MA in Communication Studies from Bowling Green State University, USA, in 2003 and 2000, as well as a BA in Philosophy and a BSc in Mathematics from the West University of Timisoara, Romania. Her research interests comprise rhetorical criticism and rhetorical theory, intercultural communication, and popular culture.