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  1. The Routledge Reader in Rhetorical Criticism

    Intended for upper-division undergraduate and graduate courses in rhetorical criticism, The Routledge Reader in Rhetorical Criticism uniquely lends itself to thoughtful discussion of the role of the critic in the critical process. It assists readers not only in learning the tools of criticism, but also in reflecting on the values that underlie the critical endeavor. 

  2. The Routledge Handbook of Family Communication, 2nd Edition

    Highlighting the work of scholars across disciplines--communication, social psychology, clinical psychology, sociology, family studies, and others--this volume captures the breadth and depth of research on family communication and family relationships.  

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    Communication and Power in the Global Era

    Orders and Borders

    Edited by Marwan M. Kraidy
    Series Editor: Barbie Zelizer

    Re-visiting how we think about communication and power in the global era.

    Read more about this new title...

  4. New ECREA book series launched

    ECREA and Routledge are happy to announce that they have reached an agreement to launch a new book series, which will be titled the Routledge Studies in European Communication Research and Education. Read more about this new series.

     

  5. Now Available: Practicing Convergence Journalism

    Order your complimentary exam copy today!

    Practicing Convergence Journalism teaches journalists how to make the most of digital technology to tell their stories effectively across multiple media platforms—in print, audio, video, and online. In this text, Janet Kolodzy identifies two types of journalistic stories: the short-form, or immediate, quick turn-around story, once called ‘spot news’, and the longer-form or depth news feature that involves a more narrative and interactive ‘arc’. Learn more...
     

  6. Review: The Situated Organization

    "Taylor and Van Every contribute to the general understanding of the sometimes overly abstract writing of the Montreal School. ... The Situated Organization is a good first read for students and teachers of organizational communication ... it is Taylor and Van Every’s very practice of empirical research that sheds yet another light on organization, organizations, and – organization studies.'"
    --Organization Studies 2011 (Reviewed by Steffen Blaschke, University of Hamburg, Germany)
     

  7. Just published! Concepts in Composition, 2nd Edition

    Concepts in Composition: Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Writing is designed to foster reflection on how theory impacts practice, enabling prospective teachers to develop their own comprehensive and coherent conception of what writing is or should be and to consider how people learn to write. Contact your Routledge Rep for more information.

  8. Review: Qualitative Research in Technical Communication

    "Conklin and Hayhoe have assembled an impressive collection of work ... The editors neatly weave the chapters into a coherent whole. ... For students and academics, this book would be a valuable (and at a list price of $44.95 paperback, an affordable) addition to one’s professional library."
    --IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION, VOL. 54, NO. 3, SEPTEMBER 2011
     

  9. Society for Technical Communication: The Top 100 Technical Communication Books of 1991–2010

    Society for Technical Communication's Intercom magazine names Research Primer for Technical Communication one of the top 100 books in the field in the past 20 years. Contact your Routledge Rep for more information. 

  10. Just published! Communicating and Organizing in Context

    This book will be a valuable resource for students and scholars as an orientation to the field of organizational communication and as an integration of organizing and communicating. It will also be useful for practitioners as a tool for understanding how conceptual frames limit possibilities and constitute the nature of organizing and members' participation in organizations. 

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