Recent Submissions

  • Crisis Communication: The Praxis of Response 

    Bell, Leeanne M. (Review of Communication, 2010-04)
    This reflection on the crisis communication literature identifies seminal essays that shape our contemporary understanding of crisis communication. In the face of national and international crisis, the field of communication ...
  • Moms & Meds: Navigating Pregnancy and Psychiatric Medication 

    Fiasconaro, Dina; Cullen, Lucas; Brooks, Brian II; Chaney, Corey; Johnston, Craig; Cipriano, Joe (Janson Media, Alexander Street Press, 2015)
    Moms & Meds: Navigating Pregnancy and Psychiatric Medication is a feature documentary film that explores the options women face when they want to have children, but take psychotropic medication for mental illness. The film ...
  • Conflict between Persons: The Origins of Leadership 

    Arnett, Ronald C.; McKendree, Amanda G.; Bell McManus, Leeanne M. (Kendall-Hunt Publishing Co., 2014)
  • Communication Ethics: Literacy Dialogue and Difference 

    Arnett, Ronald C.; Fritz, Janie M. Harden; Bell, Leeanne M. (Sage Publications, 2009)
    The pragmatic necessity of communication ethics -- Defining communication ethics -- Approaches to communication ethics: the pragmatic good of theory -- Communication ethics: in the eye(s) of the theory of the beholder -- ...
  • Dialogic Learning as First Principle in Communication Ethics 

    Arnett, Ronald C.; Bell, Leeanne M.; Fritz, Janie M. Harden (Atlantic Journal of Communication, 2010-07)
    This article frames a dialogic learning theory of communication ethics based upon Buber (1955, 1958), Gadamer (1988), Freire (2000), and Arendt (1998). This communication ethics theory privileges dialogic learning as first ...
  • Communication Ethics: The Dialogic Turn 

    Arnett, Ronald C.; Arneson, Pat; Bell, Leeanne M. (The Review of Communication, 2006)
    This essay reviews a community of memory about communication ethics scholarship, updating Ronald C. Arnett's “The Status of Communication Ethics Scholarship in Speech Communication Journals from 1915–1985” and outlining ...