Power in the Classroom: Communication, Control, and Concern
Virginia P. Richmond, James C. McCroskey
Routledge, Oct 12, 2012 - Education - 222 pages
In the belief that power is something that is negotiated by participants in the instructional process and with the goal of understanding how communication and power interact, this book looks at power and instruction in many different ways. Drawing from the lessons of the social sciences generally, it examines research that has been conducted by instructional communication specialists, looks at newer approaches to power, presents a status report on what is now known, and points to the divergent directions that offer opportunities for future scholarship.
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Chapter 2 Organization and Management of a Classroom as a Learning Community Culture
Chapter 3 The Communication Perspective
Defining and Advancing a Program of Research
Chapter 6 Student Resistance to Control
Chapter 7 Increasing Teacher Influence Through Immediacy
Chapter 8 Affinity in the Classroom
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