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1. Key Concepts in Communication and Cultural Studies by: Tim O’Sullivan
Short Review of the Book:
Key Concepts in Communication and Cultural Studies is an introductory guide for those who need to “come to terms” with the fields of communications and cultural studies. Over 300 entries introduce the reader to key points in the areas, as well the historical underpinnings of each concept, and provides references for further reading.
This edition contains over 60 new entries, with existing entries revised to maintain currency with the developments of the 80s. These elements, as well as the expertise of the authors in the fields of culture and communication, combine to provide an a broad and useful study of culture and communication. (http://www.amazon.com/Concepts-Communication-Cultural-Studies-Culture/dp/0415061733)
2. A hand book of media and communication research by: Klaus Jensen
Short review of the book:
This is the first volume that covers the use of qualitative research methods in mass media research. Theoretical insights are incorporated from discourse analysis, ethnography and reception theory. (http://www.amazon.com/Handbook-Qualitative-Methodology-Communication-Research/dp/0415054052/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1262979559&sr=1-2)
3. virtual Culture: identity and communication in cybersociety edited by: Steve Jones
Short review of the book:
Virtual Culture marks a significant intervention in the current debate about access and control in cybersociety exposing the ways in which the Internet and other computer-mediated communication technologies are being used by disadvantaged and marginal groups – such as gay men, women, fan communities and the homeless – for social and political change.
The contributors to this book apply a range of theoretical perspecitves derived from communication studies, sociology and anthropology to demonstrate the theoretical and practical possibilities for cybersociety as an identity-structured space.
Virtual Culture will be required reading for all students of communcation, media and technology. (http://www.amazon.com/Virtual-Culture-Identity-Communication-Cybersociety/dp/0761955267/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1262980078&sr=1-1)
Short review of the book:
The Routledge Handbook of Applied Communication Research provides a state-of-the-art review
of communication scholarship that addresses real-world concerns, issues, and problems. This comprehensive
examination of applied communication research—including its foundations, research
methods employed, signifi cant issues confronted, important contexts in which such research has
been conducted, and overviews of some exemplary programs of applied communication research—
shows how such research has and can make a difference in the world and in people’s lives. (http://gigapedia.com/items:description?id=371847)
5. The Etnography Communication by: Muriel Saville-Troike Dan Etnography, Linguistics, Narrative Inequality by: Dell Hymes (2 buku)
Short review of the books
The Ethnography of communicatiom:
The Ethnography of Communication presents the terms and concepts which are essential for discussing how and why language is used and how its use varies in different cultures.
- Presents the essential terms and concepts introduced and developed by Dell Hymes and others and surveys the most important findings and applications of their work.
- Draws on insights from social anthropology and psycholinguistics in investigating the patterning of communicative behavior in specific cultural settings.
- Includes two completely new chapters on contrasts in patterns of communication and on politeness, power, and politics.
- Incorporates a broad range of examples and illustrations from many languages and cultures for analyzing patterns of communicative phenomena.
Etnography, Linguistics, Narrative Inequality:
This collection of work addresses the contribution that ethnography and linguistics make to education, and the contribution that research in education makes to anthropology and linguistics.; The first section of the book pinpoints characteristics of anthropology that most make a difference to research in education. The second section describes the perspective that is needed if the study of language is to contribute adequately to problems of education and inequality. Finally, the third section takes up discoveries about narrative, which show that young people’s narratives may have a depth of form and skill that has gone largely unrecognized. (http://www.amazon.com/Ethnography-Linguistics-Narrative-Inequality-Understanding/dp/0748403477/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1262980946&sr=1-1-fkmr0)
6. Development Communication Edited by: Thomas McPhail
Short review of the book:
In Development Communication, top media scholars explore the details of communication in areas where modernization has failed to deliver change.
- Offers a complete introduction to the history of development communication – the process of systematically intervening with either media or education in order to promote positive social change
- Discusses the major approaches and theories in development communication, including educational issues of training, literacy, schooling, and use of media from print and radio to video and the internet
- Explores the role of NGOs, the CNN Effect, and the power of grass-roots movements and ‘bottom-up’ approaches that challenge the status quo in global media (http://www.amazon.com/Development-Communication-Reframing-Role-Media/dp/1405187956/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1262981147&sr=1-3)
7. Language and Communication by: Michael Shaw Findlay
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8. The Verbal Communicaion of Emotions by: Susan R. Fussell
The chapters are organized into three broad areas: background theory, figurative language use, and social/cultural aspects of emotional communication. Part I reviews fundamental issues in the verbal communication of emotion. Part II examines the role of metaphor and other figures of speech in emotional communication in both everyday language and psychotherapeutic contexts. Part III looks at ways emotions are embedded in larger socio-culture processes. Taken as a whole, the chapters provide a comprehensive look at the current state of research on the use of language in affective communication and suggest a number of interesting directions for future research. (http://books.google.co.id/books?id=fvspAbntcksC&dq=The+Verbal+Communicaion+of+Emotions&source=gbs_navlinks_s)
9. The Multilingual Internet language culture and internet communication by: Brenda Danet,Susan C. Herring
The volume collects 18 new articles on facets of language and Internet use, all of which revolve around several central topics: writing systems, the structure and features of local languages and how they affect internet use, code switching between multiple languages, gender issues, public policy issues, and so on. The scope of languages discussed in the volume is unusually broad, including non-native English, French, Arabic, Chinese, Greek, Spanish, Japanese, Thai, and Portuguese. This book will be of great interest to anyone studying linguistics, applied linguistics, communication, anthropology and information sciences. (http://books.google.co.id/books?id=8PqvT50OC_EC&dq=The+Multilingual+Internet+language+culture+and+internet+communication&source=gbs_navlinks_s)
10. George Herbert Mead and human conduct by: Herbert Blummer
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