Dialogue: Theorizing Difference in Communication Studies

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Rob Anderson, Leslie A. Baxter, Kenneth N Cissna
SAGE, 2004 - 315 страници
Over the past 25 years, there has been a growing realization that failure to implement robust risk management in an organization is likely to lead to damage to corporate finances, overall performance, reputation and share values. In extreme cases, corporate survival can be at stake. However, despite greater awareness and risk control efforts, major corporate risk failures continue to arise. The book provides some key reasons and insights into why increased regulation and ever more elaborate corporate risk 'systems' have failed, and continue to fail in many cases, to result in a proportionate increase in actual risk control. The book is predominantly a thinking aid rather than a prescription for guaranteed success in corporate risk management (which claim, in any event, would be suspect). Reference is made to suitable guides such as ISO 31000, ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management, PAS 200 Crisis Management, the revised UK Code on Corporate Governance and the EU green paper on Corporate Governance . However, as noted in Managing Risk (Waring & Glendon,1998), the author is firmly against 'salvation models' that purport to offer an easy, trouble-free route to a risk nirvana. Nevertheless, many of the chapters do contain summaries of key points intended to assist the reader's practical application to improvement of corporate risk management
 

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About the Editors
About the Contributors
Foreword
Chapter 1 Texts and Contexts of Dialogue
Part I Exploring the Territories of Dialogue
Chapter 2 Relationships Among Philosophies of Dialogue
Chapter 3 Taking a Communication Perspective on Dialogue
Chapter 4 The Ontological Workings of Dialogue and Acknowledgment
Open Formation and the Demand of Otherness
Chapter 10 Dialectical Tensions and Dialogic Moments as Pathways to Peak Experiences
Problematics of Dialogue
Part III Public Voices in Dialogue
Hearing Multiple Voices
Chapter 13 Race and the Impossibility of Dialogue
Bakhtin Staged Performance and Civic Dialogue
Chapter 15 Media Studies and the Dialogue of Democracy

A Responsive Ethical I
Chapter 6 Dialogue Creativity and Change
Part II Personal Voices in Dialogue
Chapter 7 Dialogues of Relating
Chapter 8 Dialogue as the Search for Sustainable Organizational CoOrientation
Chapter 16 Concluding Voices Conversation Fragments and a Temporary Synthesis
References
Index
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Rob Anderson, professor of communication and professor of international studies at Saint Louis University, teaches and learns about dialogue in campus settings, interpersonal relationships, and media institutions. His articles on these topics have appeared since 1972 in journals from a variety of disciplines. A vigorous advocate of the dialogue of coauthorship, Rob’s ten books include texts in communication theory and interviewing, as well as scholarly studies of public dialogue in contemporary journalism and intellectual history—The Conversation of Journalism (Praeger, 1994), The Reach of Dialogue (Hampton Press, 1994), The Martin Buber-Carl Rogers Dialogue (SUNY, 1997), and Moments of Meeting (SUNY, 2002). He believes the following to be therapeutic: Quiet dinners with Dona, sitting on the porch, watching soccer, Miles Davis on the stereo, and classes that talk back.

Leslie A. Baxter is F. Wendell Miller Distinguished Professor of Communication Studies at the University of Iowa, where she has taught for 15 years. She has published over 130 books, book chapters, and articles on interpersonal and family communication. She is the recipient of many awards, including, from the National Communication Association, the Distinguished Scholar Award, the Bernard Brommel Family Communication Award, the Charles Woolbert Research Award, the Franklin Knower Article Award, and the Gerald Miller Book Award; the Berscheid-Hatfield Award from the International Association for Relationship Research (formerly INPR); and the inaugural WSCA Scholar Award from the Western States Communication Association.

Kenneth N. Cissna is professor of communication at the University of South Florida. He is the author (with Rob Anderson) of Moments of Meeting: Buber, Rogers, and the Potential for Public Dialogue (SUNY, 2002) and The Martin Buber-Carl Rogers Dialogue: A New Transcript with Commentary (SUNY, 1997) as well as a monograph on "The Rhetoric of Public Dialogue" in Communication Research Trends (also with Meghan Clune, 2003). His edited book Applied Communication in the 21st Century (Lawrence Erlbaum, 1995) won the Outstanding Book award from the Applied Communication Division of the National Communication Association. He edited the Journal of Applied Communication Research and the Southern Communication Journal, and is past president of the Florida Communication Association. Currently, he serves as Vice President Elect of the Southern States Communication Association.

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