Facework: Bridging Theory and Practice
Written in a clear, engaging style Facework: Bridging Theory and Practice introduces a new paradigm that identifies facework as the key to communication within the management of difference. Authors Kathy Domenici and Stephen W. Littlejohn illustrate how facework is a central process in the social construction of both identity and community.
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A Theoretical Perspective
A Practical Perspective
Part II Realms of Practice
Chapter 3 Facework in the Personal Realm
Chapter 4 Facework in the Relational Realm
Part III Facework and the System
Chapter 5 Facework in the Community
Chapter 6 Cultural and Global Issues
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