Communication Culture And Making Meaning In The City

Author by : Ahmet Atay
Languange : en
Publisher by : Lexington Books
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Description : This book addresses contemporary urban life through ethnographic examinations of mundane experience. International in scope, authors explore the city as image, movement, history, and relationship.


Examining Millennials Reshaping Organizational Cultures

Author by : Ahmet Atay
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rowman & Littlefield
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Total Read : 44
Total Download : 747
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Description : This book provides valuable insights into the millennial generation and its impact in the workplace. The authors share experiences and suggestions in successfully working and communicating with millennials in a variety of settings, and readers will gain an understanding of the ways in which millennials are reshaping organizational cultures.


The Rhetorical Legacy Of Wangari Maathai

Author by : Eddah M. Mutua
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rowman & Littlefield
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Total Read : 48
Total Download : 212
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Description : This book explores and honors the rhetorical legacy of Dr. Wangari Maathai, winner of the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize. Each chapter provides an analysis of Maathai's public advocacy as she attempted to persuade the world to provide greater protection of earth's habitats.


The City In Cultural Context

Author by : John Agnew
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Total Read : 62
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Description : Routledge Library Editions: The City reprints some of the most important works in urban studies published in the last century. For further information on this collection please email [email protected]


Intercultural Communication

Author by : Kathryn Sorrells
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE Publications
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Total Read : 98
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Description : Intercultural Communication: Globalization and Social Justice, Second Edition, introduces students to the study of communication among cultures within the broader context of globalization. Kathryn Sorrells highlights history, power, and global institutions as central to understanding the relationships and contexts that shape intercultural communication. Based on a framework that promotes critical thinking, reflection, and action, this text takes a social justice approach that provides students with the skills and knowledge to create a more equitable world through communication. Loaded with new case studies and contemporary topics, the Second Edition has been fully revised and updated to reflect the current global context, emerging local and global issues, and more diverse experiences.


The Cybercities Reader

Author by : Stephen Graham
Languange : en
Publisher by : Psychology Press
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Total Read : 43
Total Download : 624
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Description : How do the multifaceted realities of city regions interrelate in practice with new technologies in different ways in different places? This reader explores this question, providing an international and interdisciplinary analysis of the relationships between cities, urban life and new technologies.


Intercultural Communication For Everyday Life

Author by : John R. Baldwin
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Total Read : 92
Total Download : 349
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Description : Written for students studying intercultural communication for the first time, this textbook gives a thorough introduction to inter- and cross-cultural concepts with a focus on practical application and social action. Provides a thorough introduction to inter- and cross-cultural concepts for beginning students with a focus on practical application and social action Defines “communication” broadly using authors from a variety of sub disciplines and incorporating scientific, humanistic, and critical theory Constructs a complex version of culture using examples from around the world that represent a variety of differences, including age, sex, race, religion, and sexual orientation Promotes civic engagement with cues toward individual intercultural effectiveness and giving back to the community in socially relevant ways Weaves pedagogy throughout the text with student-centered examples, text boxes, applications, critical thinking questions, a glossary of key terms, and online resources for students and instructors Online resources for students and instructors available upon publication at www.wiley.com/go/baldwin


Human Aspects Of Urban Form

Author by : Amos Rapoport
Languange : en
Publisher by : Elsevier
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Total Read : 51
Total Download : 367
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Description : Human Aspects of Urban Form: Towards a Man-Environment Approach to Urban Form and Design examines the way people perceive the city, the effects of urban forms on people, and the role of images. By adopting a man-environment approach, this book seeks to understand the importance of cities for human behavior or satisfaction. This text also considers the way given urban configurations fit people's psychological, cultural, and social needs. This book consists of six chapters and begins with an introduction to many of the concepts related to human dimensions of urban form and design. Urban design is discussed as the organization of space, time, meaning, and communication. The chapters that follow focus on the nature of the environment, cultural differences, role of values, and the concept of environmental perception as it is being used, along with the concept of image and schema. The three meanings of ""perception"" are then analyzed: the notion of environmental quality and preference as a variable concept and its constituent parts; various aspects of environmental cognition and its relation to design; and perception proper and its various aspects. Discussion then shifts to social, cultural, and ethological concepts that clarify the nature of urban space organization. This book concludes with a chapter stressing the need for people to get involved in the environment, the relationship of activity and form, and notion of open-ended design. This reference material will be of interest to students and practitioners of urban design and planning.


The City Cultures Reader

Author by : Malcolm Miles
Languange : en
Publisher by : Psychology Press
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Total Read : 42
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Description : From Simmel and Burgess, to Zukin, Fainstein and Soja this title presents classic and contemporary writing on the culture of cities. Themes include: culture and technologies; everyday lives; contesting identity; boundaries and transgressions; utopias and dystopias, and possible urban futures.


Public Religion And The Urban Environment

Author by : Richard Bohannon
Languange : en
Publisher by : A&C Black
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Total Read : 58
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Description : 'Nature' and the 'city' have most often functioned as opposites within Western culture, a dichotomy that has been reinforced (and sometimes challenged) by religious images. Bohannon argues here that cities and natural environments, however, are both connected and continually affected by one another. He shows how such connections become overt during natural disasters, which disrupt the narratives people use to make sense of the world,including especially religious narratives, and make them more visible. This book offers both a theoretical exploration of the intersection of the city, nature, and religion, as well as a sociological analysis of the 1997 flood in Grand Forks, ND, USA. This case study shows how religious factors have influenced how the relationship between nature and the city is perceived, and in particular have helped to justify the urban control of nature. The narratives found in Grand Forks also reveal a broader understanding of the nature of Western cities, highlighting the potent and ethically-rich intersections between religion, cities and nature.