The Coordinated Management of Meaning
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The Coordinated Management of Meaning

A Festschrift in Honor of W. Barnett Pearce
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ISBN-13:
9781611475272
Seiten:
364
Autor:
Stephen W. Littlejohn
Serie:
The Fairleigh Dickinson University Press Series in Communication Studies
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Honoring the work of W. Barnett Pearce, this volume of 16 essays explores various applications of the theory of the Coordinated Management of Meaning. It anticipates futures in many areas of the communication field.

This book honors the life and work of the late W. Barnett Pearce, a leading theorist in the communication field. The book is divided into four sections. The first section will lead with an essay by Barnett Pearce. This will be followed by sections on (1) practical theory, (2) dialogue, and (3) social transformation. In the broadest sense, these are probably the three general themes found in the work of Pearce and his colleagues. In another sense, these categories also identify three important dimensions of Pearce’s major contribution, the theory of the Coordinated Management of Meaning.
Contents

PART 1: AT HOME IN THE UNIVERSE WITH MIRACLES AND HORIZONS
Preface
Chapter 1: At Home in the Universe with Miracles and Horizons: Reflections on Personal and Social Evolution
By W. Barnett Pearce
PART 2: PRACTICAL THEORY
Chapter 2: CMM, Argumentation and Moral Force
By Vernon Cronen
Chapter : Enacting the Seventh Miracle: Elevating Generative Identity Stories as a Practice of Compassion
By Catherine Creede
Chapter 4: On Being Present and Participating: Projecting into 21st Century Media Life
By Robyn Penman
Chapter 5: Social Worlds in their Making: Systemic Thinking from within CMM
By John Shotter and Cherrie Ravello
Chapter 6: Communication, Competence, and Systemic Practice
By J. Kevin Barge
PART 3: DIALOGUE
Chapter 7: Transforming Power through Systemic Questioning in Dialogue: A Perspective from the Theory of the Coordinated Management of Meaning (CMM)
By Victoria Chen
Chapter 8: Moral Conflict, Communication, and the Management of Difference
By Stephen W. Littlejohn
Chapter 9: Applying and Extending Principles of CMM to Framing and Conflict Transformation
By Linda L. Putnam
Chapter 10: Power and the Possibility of Generative Community Dialogue
By Stanley Deetz
PART 4: SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION
Chapter 11: Getting Hold of the Difficulty Deep Down: Teaching from the Communication Perspective
By John Chetro-Szivos
Chapter 12: Mixing Metaphors and Metamorphosis: CMM and the Discourse of Making Better Social Worlds
By John Lannamann
Chapter 13: Coordinating Logics of Meaning and Action: Developing a Vocabulary of (Un)consciousness
By Christine Oliver
Chapter 14: Making Change That Matters: A Story of Social Transformation and CMM
By John Parrish-Sprowl
Chapter 15: On the Significance of “The 7th Miracle” for Personal and Social Evolution
By Kimberly Pearce
Author and Editor Biographies