Addressing The Social Determinants Of Health: “Vulnerable” Populations And The Presentation Of Healthy People 2020, 2020 Michigan State University
Addressing The Social Determinants Of Health: “Vulnerable” Populations And The Presentation Of Healthy People 2020, Eric Rodriguez, Dawn Opel
Population health is a concept at the core of national healthcare reform efforts. Population health focuses on the social determinants of health, or the living conditions of people at work, home, and play. To participate in population health initiatives, organizations must collect population-level data, creating a discourse of resilience-as-ability-to-cope through mapping community demographics, as though a counting of bodies and their material conditions creates a foundation for sustained, improved health outcomes. In 2010, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP) launched an initiative called Healthy People 2020, a set of ...
We Are No Longer Invisible, 2020 Louisiana State University
We Are No Longer Invisible, Raquel M. Robvais
Sickle cell discourses are not merely descriptions of medical matters but contentious sites that invoke rhetorical arguments to support racialized medical borders, human difference, and ontological essentialism. In this essay, I examine in this essay is the way that those stricken by Sickle Cell Anemia appropriate the disease to advocate for their voice and visibility. I disclose how the construction of SCA as a black disease becomes a contested terrain which is often a “cultural centering on identity and dignity.” At odds is how the body is inscribed with a set of meanings in its association with blackness, the woeful ...
The Resilience Of Sensation In Urban Planning, 2020 University of South Florida
The Resilience Of Sensation In Urban Planning, Meredith A. Johnson, Nathan R. Johnson
This article examines how sensation and affect make different kinds of resilience meaningful to communities. Through a case study, we analyze public deliberation about a proposal to expand interstates in Tampa, Florida. We describe how evidence introduced by opposing sides foregrounded conflicting sensory experiences. The resulting sensoriums upheld different aspects of the city’s identity as worth maintaining. Drawing from recent scholarship defining resilience as something that can always be done otherwise, we suggest that resilience is better understood as entangled with public affect. We argue that a key point for rhetorical intervention in city planning is considering which futures ...
Wild Cosmopolitanism, Wily Oscillations In Artificial Neighborhoods, 2020 University of Colorado, Boulder
Wild Cosmopolitanism, Wily Oscillations In Artificial Neighborhoods, John M. Ackerman
No abstract provided.
“It’S Just A Cycle”: Resilience, Poetics, And Intimate Disruptions, 2020 University of Maine Main
“It’S Just A Cycle”: Resilience, Poetics, And Intimate Disruptions, Bridie Mcgreavy
The phrase “It’s just a cycle” is commonly articulated in coastal resilience efforts and it also shapes broader public debates about climate change. Identifying the structure of arguments around cycles is a useful starting point for defining differences in perspective, but there is more to competing claims about cycles. It is this more that this essay aims to explore, starting with an opening example from an engaged rhetorical ethnographic project with Maine’s clam fishery. The example helps set up a methodological orientation to working with cycles within resilience-focused collaborations that draws from aesthetics and poetics. This approach aims ...
Introduction To Poroi 15.1: Special Issue On Resilience Rhetorics, 2020 University of Iowa, emeritus
Introduction To Poroi 15.1: Special Issue On Resilience Rhetorics, David Depew
No abstract provided.
The Cultivation Theory And Reality Television: An Old Theory With A Modern Twist, 2020 Arcadia University
The Cultivation Theory And Reality Television: An Old Theory With A Modern Twist, Jeffrey Weiss
George Gerbner, a Hungarian-born professor of communication, founded the cultivation theory, one of the most popular and regarded theories in the communications world. Developed in the mid 20th century, the theory focus on the long-term effects of television on people. Longer exposure to signs, images and people on television cultivates their perception of reality in the real world. The television became a household staple during this time. Families often spent time together watching programming together, however, it played out different effects for each person. Television's constant visual and auditory stimulation on a person made it easier to cultivate certain ...
Defying The Odds: Exploring The Ways First-Generation College Students Enact Resilience, 2020 University of Kentucky
Defying The Odds: Exploring The Ways First-Generation College Students Enact Resilience, Paris Lauren Nelson
Theses and Dissertations--Communication
This thesis examined the experiences of first-generation college students in the context of higher education. This thesis was framed by the communication theory of resilience to discover how first-generation college students enact five processes of resilience: crafting normalcy, affirming identity anchors, maintaining and using communication networks, employing alternate logics, and foregrounding productive action. First-generation college students face academic preparation, financial, social capital, personal, and college completion adversities that may necessitate engagement in resilience processes. Participants (N = 8) participated in focus groups and interviews where they discussed messages from family, peers, and university faculty and staff involving reactive and proactive resilience ...
Expectations Of Artificial Intelligence And The Performativity Of Ethics: Implications For Communication Governance, Aphra Kerr, Marguerite Barry, John D. Kelleher
This article draws on the sociology of expectations to examine the construction of expectations of ‘ethical AI’ and considers the implications of these expectations for communication governance. We first analyse a range of public documents to identify the key actors, mechanisms and issues which structure societal expectations around artificial intelligence (AI) and an emerging discourse on ethics. We then explore expectations of AI and ethics through a survey of members of the public. Finally, we discuss the implications of our findings for the role of AI in communication gover- nance. We find that, despite societal expectations that we can design ...
Répresentations De La Banlieue Dans Le Cinéma Français Contemporain, 2020 Bowdoin College
Répresentations De La Banlieue Dans Le Cinéma Français Contemporain, Yaw Owusu Sekyere
Inhabitants of the poor French banlieues are rejected and isolated from the larger French society, who refuse to acknowledge their marginalization. As a result, the cycle continues where no political change is made. The French film genre, cinéma de banlieue, seeks to explain the perspectives of the underrepresented and marginalized groups within France. This honors project analyzes the representations of the banlieue through the films of La Haine (Mathieu Kassovitz), Wesh wesh qu’est-ce qui se passe ? (Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche), Bande de filles (Céline Sciamma), Divines (Houda Benyamina), and Banlieusards (Kery James & Leïla Sy). These films focus on the themes of ...
The Colombo-Venezuelan Border Through The Lens Of The Colombian Press, 2020 Bowdoin College
The Colombo-Venezuelan Border Through The Lens Of The Colombian Press, Diego Rafael Grossmann
The Colombo-Venezuelan Border Through the Lens of the Colombian Press examines the dominant Colombian press coverage of crises of sovereignty at the Colombo-Venezuelan border, Venezuelan migration, and the February 2019 attempt to introduce humanitarian aid into Venezuela, as seen in El Espectador and El Tiempo’s coverage from the period of August 2018-November 2019. Through theories of nations and power, this thesis reveals the divergent editorial lines and dominant narratives within each newspaper’s construction of the relation between the Colombian and Venezuelan nations, states, and their people. The study details how both newspapers construct different “truths” through divergent constructions ...
Introduction To Poroi 15.2: 45th Anniversary Edition, 2020 University of Iowa, emeritus
Introduction To Poroi 15.2: 45th Anniversary Edition, David Depew
No abstract provided.
Rhetoric, Dialectic, And Dogmatism: A Colloquy On Deirdre Nansen Mccloskey’S “Free Speech, Rhetoric, And A Free Economy”, 2020 University of Illinois at Chicago, emerita
Rhetoric, Dialectic, And Dogmatism: A Colloquy On Deirdre Nansen Mccloskey’S “Free Speech, Rhetoric, And A Free Economy”, Deirdre N. Mccloskey, Winton Bates, Kent Rainey Biler, Elizabeth Bissell, Roger E. Bissell, Troy Camplin, Philippe Chamy, Roderick Tracy Long, Jason Walker, Chris Matthew Sciabarra
No abstract provided.
Envisioning Critical Social Entrepreneurship Education: Possibilities, Questions, And Guiding Commitments, 2020 Sacred Heart University
Envisioning Critical Social Entrepreneurship Education: Possibilities, Questions, And Guiding Commitments, Mark Congdon Jr., Liliana Herakova
Communication, Media & The Arts Faculty Publications
Higher education institutions continue to be increasingly interested in examining how social entrepreneurship and community engaged approaches to education can work together. In light of the recent growth and interest in such programs, scholars and educators have called for attention to specific considerations when developing SE and community-based education, which can be summed up in three areas - pedagogy, relationships, and impact. The present essay builds on such propositions, and calls for a critically-orientated approach to SE, grounded in community engagement, collaborative dialogue among diverse voices, and a commitment to transforming oppressive structures
2020 Icrcc Proceedings Table Of Contents, 2020 University of Central Florida
2020 Icrcc Proceedings Table Of Contents, Conference Organizers
International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference
These proceedings are a representative sample of the presentations given by professional practitioners and academic scholars at the 2020 International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference (ICRCC) held March 9-11, 2020. The ICRCC is an annual event that takes place the second week in March in beautiful sunny Orlando, Florida. The conference hosts are faculty and staff from the Nicholson School of Communication and Media. The goal of the ICRCC is to bring together prominent professional practitioners and academic scholars that work directly with crisis and risk communication on a daily basis. We define crisis and risk broadly to include, for ...
The Pink And Blue Problem: Altercasting In Gendered Advertising, 2020 Arcadia University
The Pink And Blue Problem: Altercasting In Gendered Advertising, Abigail Benn
When you meet a baby for the first time, and you don’t know its sex, if its wearing pink clothes, most people will automatically assume it’s a girl; or if they’re wearing blue clothes, it’s automatically a boy. The pink and blue problem is the enforcing of gender stereotypes through color, associated roles, and imagery. The root of this problem is that many people are unaware of the difference between “sex” and “gender”, and that they can be mutually exclusive. Your sex is the body you’re born with, and all the parts that come with ...
Habermas, The Public Sphere, And Wikileaks: The Public Sphere And The Right To Know, 2020 Arcadia University
Habermas, The Public Sphere, And Wikileaks: The Public Sphere And The Right To Know, Mary Murray
Jürgen Habermas, a German theorist, coined the public sphere as a place where citizens could interact, study, and debate issues together outside the realm of the home or family, which was defined as the private sphere. The public sphere can also be seen as a “manifestation of citizen sovereignty”. At its core, Habermas centered the public sphere around feudalism and the shift of one all-powerful individual reigning and representing the public to those citizens under the control of the state. Some critics argue voices encouraging the minorities were actually private voices leaking into the public sphere, while others argue the ...
Rey-Ifying A New Heroine: Interrogating The Curriculum Of Femininity In Star Wars Films, 2020 Georgia Southern University
Rey-Ifying A New Heroine: Interrogating The Curriculum Of Femininity In Star Wars Films, Rebekah S. Morgan
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
The Star Wars film trilogies are a cross-generational phenomenon. Due to its powerful and pervasive nature, the messages within Star War’s films must be problematized. As a cultural artifact, Star Wars was used to explore the representations of women across time and three generations. Using a conceptual framework based on cultural curriculum studies and feminist theory, this study explored the significance of Star Wars as gender text by interrogating the representations of women in the Star Wars film saga and what these representations teach about gender and femininity. By focusing on the themes of agency, empowerment, and identity, this ...
#Iftheygunnedmedown: A Narrative Analysis Of News Media Coverage, 2020 Western Washington University
#Iftheygunnedmedown: A Narrative Analysis Of News Media Coverage, Zoe Deal
This study examines the 2014 media coverage of #IfTheyGunnedMeDown, an early example of hashtag activism driven by the social media sub-community Black Twitter in response to the murder of a Black teenager, Michael Brown, Jr., by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri. Reacting to national reporting on the event, #IfTheyGunnedMeDown criticized the mainstream media for promoting racially prejudiced representations of Brown and utilized this example to critique two historical patterns in American news coverage: the pattern of stereotyping Black Americans as violent to justify police brutality and the pattern of representing journalism informed by a hegemonically white perspective as ...
Democratizing Policy Debates: Experts, Media & Public Involvement In The Discourses Of Economy, 2020 Technological University Dublin
Democratizing Policy Debates: Experts, Media & Public Involvement In The Discourses Of Economy, Brendan K. O'Rourke, John Hogan, Joseph K. Fitzgerald
No abstract provided.