Selected list of publications in CSSC
- Berry, Michael, Donal Carbaugh, Caecelia Innrater-Moser, Marjatta Nurmikari-Berry,and Walter Oesch. (2008). “That’s not me”: Learning to Cope with Sensitive Cultural Issues. (ISBN 978-952-92-2540-8)
- Boromisza, D. (2003/4). Az interkulturális félreértés kutatásának fő irányzatai [A survey of intercultural miscommunication research]. Szociológiai Szemle [Review of Sociology], 13, 76-87.
- Boromisza-Habashi, D. (2007). Voice and moral accountability: Burlesque narratives in televised Hungarian political discourse. SKY Journal of Linguistics, 20, 81-107.
- Boromisza-Habashi, D. (2007). Freedom of expression, hate speech, and models of personhood in Hungarian political discourse. Communication Law Review, 7, 54-74. (http://tinyurl.com/6z64la)
- Brockmeier, Jens and Donal Carbaugh (eds.). (2004). Narrative and identity: Studies in autobiography, self, and culture. Amsterdam: J. J. Benjamins.
- Carbaugh, D. & Boromisza-Habashi, D. (in press). Discourse beyond language: Cultural rhetoric, revelatory insight, and nature. In C. Meyer & F. Girke (Eds.), The interplay of rhetoric and culture.
Oxford: Berghahn Book Studies in Rhetoric and Culture III.
- Carbaugh, D., Boromisza-Habashi, D. & Ge, X. (2006). Dialogue in cross-cultural perspective: Deciphering communication codes. In N. Aalto and E. Reuter (Eds.), Aspects of intercultural dialogue: Theory, research, applications (pp. 27-46). Cologne, Germany: Saxa Verlag.
- Carbaugh, Donal. (2005). Cultures in conversation. London and Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers. [Outstanding Book of the Year 2006 by the International and Intercultural Communication Division of the National Communication Association.]
- Carbaugh, Donal. (2007). Cultural Discourse Analysis: The Investigation of Communication Practices with special attention to Intercultural Encounters. Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, 36, 167-182 [Lead Essay].
- Carbaugh, Donal. (1996). Situating selves: The communication of social identities in
American scenes. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.
- Carbaugh, Donal (ed.). (1990). Cultural communication and intercultural contact. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers.[Outstanding Book of the Year 1991 by the International and Intercultural Communication Division of the National Communication Assoc.]
- Carbaugh, Donal. (1988). Talking American: Cultural discourses on DONAHUE. Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishers. [Identified in Contemporary Sociology as a “favorite book of the past twenty-five years.”]
- Carbaugh, Donal and Sally Hastings. (1992). A role for communication theory in ethnography and cultural analysis. Communication Theory, 2, 156-165.
- Carpentier N., Lie R. & Servaes J, (2008) “Muting the Democratic Discourse? Public Journalism and Public Knowledge”, SEIB Philip (ed.), Political Communication (vol. 2), London: Blackwell, pp. 16-36 (ISBN 1412947383)
- Carpentier N., Lie R. & Servaes J. (2008) “Community Media Work: Community Media Identities and Their Articulation in an Antwerp Neighbourhood Development Project”, Servaes J. (ed.), Communication for Development and Social Change, Sage, London-New Delhi, pp. 347-373
- Carpentier N, Lie R. & Servaes J. (2007) , “Multitheoretical Approaches to Community Media: Capturing Specificity and Diversity”, Fuller L. (ed.), Community Media: International Perspectives, Palgrave MacMillan, New York, pp.219-236 (ISBN 1 4039 7794 1)
- Hanson, Jarice (2007), 24/7: How Cell Phones and the Internet Change the Way We Live, Work, and Play, Westport, Ct: Praeger.
- Hanson, Jarice (2007), “Is This the Global Village?: VoIP and Wire/Wireless Convergence,” in Sangin Park (Ed.,) Strategies and Policies in Digital Convergence, Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishers, pp. 14-25.
- Hanson, Jarice and Bryan Baldwin (2007),, “Mobile Culture: Podcasting and Public Media,” In Sharon Kleinman (Ed). Displacing Place: Mobile Communications in the 21st Century, Peter Lang, pp. 123-139.
Hanson, Jarice (2000),, "Information Technology," In C. Kramarae and D. Spender (Eds.) The Routledge International Encyclopedia Of Women, Routledge, pp. 1141-1144.
- Hanson, Jarice (2005),, “Cell Phones and Social Practices: An International Study,”In Select Proceedings of the 4th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Social Science, East-West Council for Education and the Asia-Pacific Research Institute of Peking University, pp. 803-811.
- Hanson, Jarice (1990), "Comparative Informatics Policy in Mexico, Brazil, and Argentina," Advances In Telematics, Vol. 1, Norwood, NJ: Ablex, pp. 347-372.
- Hanson, Jarice (1991), "Women and Work: Canadian Women, and Structural Employment in the Information Sector, Select Proceedings of the Canadian Conference on Language, Technology, and the Environment , Los Angeles, Pat Brown Institute, pp. 131-143.
- Hastings, Sally. (2001). Social drama as a site for the communal construction and management of Asian Indian "stranger" identity. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 34 (4), 309-335.
- Hastings, Sally. (2000). Asian Indian "self suppression" and self-disclosure: Enactment and adaptation of cultural identity. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 19 (1), 85-109.
- Hastings, Sally. (2000). "Egocasting" in the avoidance of disclosure: An intercultural perspective. In S. Petronio (Ed.), Balancing disclosure, privacy, and secrecy (pp. 235-248). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
- LaGrande, S. & Milburn, T. “Keeping it Real:” Identity Management Strategies used by Teens in Conversation. Communication Studies. (Summer 2003). Vol. 54 (2), pp.230-247.
- Milburn, T. (2000).“Enacting ‘Puerto Rican time’ in the United States.” In M. J. Collier (Ed.). Constituting Cultural Difference through Discourse, The International and Intercultural Communication Annual. (2000). Vol. 23, pp. 47-76. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
- Milburn, T. (2002). “Collaboration and the construction of Puerto Rican community.” In M. P. Orbe, T. McDonald and T. Ford-Ahmed (Eds.). Building Diverse Communities (pp.287-303). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press Inc.
- Milburn, T. (2004). Speech Community: Reflections upon Communication. Communication Yearbook. Vol. 28, pp.411-441.
- Milburn, T. (2004). “T Link Enterprises: A Global Sales Initiative.” In Kenton, J. & Shockley-Zalabak (Eds.). Case Studies for Organizational Communication (pp.202-209). (Jan. 2004). Roxbury Press.
- Milburn, T (in press). Nonprofit Organizations: Creating Membership through Communication. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
- Milburn, T., Kenefick, J. & Lambert, A. (2006). “Facilitating a Board of Directors’ Planning Retreat: Not-for-Profit Sensemaking.” In Frey, L. (Ed.). Facilitating Group Communication: Innovations And Applications With Natural Groups. Hampton Press.
- Milburn, T., Wilkins, R. & Wolf Wilkins, K. (2001). “Reflexive Moments: Negotiating Researcher Roles in Participant Observation.” Iowa Journal of Communication. Vol. 33, pp.106-123. Iowa Communication Association.
- Miller, D. & Rudnick, L. (2008). The security needs assessment protocol: Improving operational effectiveness through community security. New York and Geneva: United Nations Publications.
- Morgan, E. (2003). Discourses of water: A framework for the study of environmental communication. Applied Environmental Education and Communication. 2(3), 153-159.
- Morgan, E. (2007). Regional communication and sense of place surrounding the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant. In B.C. Taylor, W.J. Kinsella, S.P. Depoe, & M.S. Metzler (Eds.) Nuclear Legacies: Communication, Controversy, and the U.S. Nuclear Weapons Complex. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
- Poutiainen, S. (2004). Vieras on hyvä ja ottaa. Vuorovaikutusta kahvipöydässä. [Do have some coffee. Interacting at the coffee table.] In Knuuttila, Maarit, Pöysä, Jyrki & Tuija Saarinen (Ed.), Suulla ja kielellä.
Tulkintoja ruuasta. Helsinki: Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura.
- Poutiainen, S. (2005). Kulttuurista puhetta deittaamisesta. [Cultural Talk about Dating.] Puhe ja kieli, 25:3, 123-136.
- Poutiainen, S. & M., Gerlander (forthcoming). Cultural Dialectics in the Finnish Advising Relationships. In Wilkins, R. & Isotalus, P. (eds.), Finnish Cultural Communication.
- Scollo Sawyer, M. (2004). Nonverbal ways of communicating with nature: A cross-case study. In S.L. Senecah (Ed.), The environmental communication yearbook, 1, 227-249. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
- Servaes, Jan. (2008). “Participatory Communication,” pg. 3513-3517. The International Encyclopedia of Communication (ed. Donsbach W.) volume 8. Wiley-Blackwell (Oxford, UK and Malden, MA), 2008.
Servaes Jan (2008). “Homo Academicus: Quo Vadis?”, Media Development , LV, 1, pp. 35-39 (ISSN 0143-5558)
- Servaes Jan (2008) (ed.). Communication for Development and Social Change, Sage, Los Angeles-London-New Delhi-Singapore (ISBN 9780761936091)
- Servaes Jan (2008). “Introduction:, Servaes J. (ed.), Communication for Development and Social Change, Sage, London-New Delhi, 14-30
- Servaes Jan & C. Verschooten (2008), “Hybrid interactions: Human Rights and Development in a Cultural Perspective”, Servaes J. (ed.), Communication for Development and Social Change, London-New Delhi, pp. 45-57
- Servaes Jan & R.Lie (2008). “Media Globalization through Localization”, Servaes J. (ed.), Communication for Development and Social Change, Sage, London-New Delhi, pp. 58-67
- Servaes Jan & P. Malikhao (2008). “Development Communication Approaches in an International Perspective”, Servaes J. (ed.), Communication for Development and Social Change, Sage, London-New Delhi, pp. 158-179
- Servaes Jan (2008). “Communication for Development Approaches of some Governmental and Non-Governmental Agencies” Servaes J. (ed.), Communication for Development and Social Change, Sage, London-New Delhi, pp. 201-218
- Servaes Jan (2007). “Participatory Communication for Development and Social Change: Some reflections and suggestions”, Journal of Development Communication, 18, 2, December, 11-23 (ISSN 0128-3863)
Servaes Jan (2007). “Harnessing the UN System into a Common Approach on Communication for Development”, The International Communication Gazette, Sage, 69, 6, pp. 483-507 (http://gaz.sagepub.com)
- Servaes Jan. & Liu, Shuang. (eds.) (2007). Moving Targets. Mapping the paths between communication, technology and social change in communities, Southbound, Penang, 275 pp. (ISBN 978-983-9054-50-7)
http://www.southbound.com.my/MovingTargets.htm Review in Global Media Journal, 7:12, Spring 2008: http://lass.calumet.purdue.edu/cca/gmj/sp08/issue-book-reviews/gmj-sp08-...
- Servaes Jan. & Liu, Shuang. (2007). “From the centre to the periphery: Multiple routes to social change in communities”, Servaes Jan. & Liu, Shuang. (eds.), Moving Targets. Mapping the paths between communication, technology and social change in communities s, Southbound, Penang, pp. 1-10
- Servaes Jan & Malikhao, Patchanee (2007). “Communication and Sustainable Development”, Servaes Jan. & Liu, Shuang. (eds.), Moving Targets. Mapping the paths between communication, technology and social change in communities, Southbound, Penang, pp. 11-42.
- Servaes Jan (2007) (ed.). “Communication for Development. Making a Difference --- A WCCD Background Study”, in World Congress on Communication for Development: Lessons, Challenges and the Way Forward, World Bank, Washington DC, 209-292 (ISBN 0-8213-7137-4)
- Servaes Jan & Obijiofor Levi (2007) (eds.). Indigenous Cultures and Diffusion of Innovations” (special issue), International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology (IJARGE), 6, 6, 593-705
- Servaes Jan & Obijiofor Levi (2007). “Questions related to indigenous cultures and diffusion of innovations. Introductory observations”, Servaes J. & Obijiofor L. (eds.), Indigenous Cultures and Diffusion of Innovations” (special issue), International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology (IJARGE). 6, 6, pp. 593-599 http://www.inderscience.com/browse/index.php?action=articles&journalID=1
- Servaes Jan. (2007) “Strategic Thinking: Communication for Development. Making a difference”, The Communicatiuon Initiative (webbased publication: http://www.comminit.com/strategicthinking/st2007/thinking-2221.html
- Servaes Jan. (ed.) (2007). “Communication for Development. Making a difference”, Glocal Times (webbased publication: http://webzone.k3.mah.se/projects/gt2/viewarticle.aspx?articleID=107&...) or http://www.glocaltimes.k3.mah.se/viewarticle.aspx?articleID=107
- Suopis, Cindy and Carbaugh, Donal (2005). Speaking about menopause: Possibilities for a cultural discourse analysis. In J. Duchan & D. Kovarsky (eds.), Diagnosis as a Cultural Practice (Series in Language, Power, and Social Process, pp. 263-276), Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter. [Translated into Italian in P. Barbetta (ed.)]
- Townsend, Rebecca M. “Town Meeting as a Communication Event: Democracy’s Act Sequence.” Research on Language and Social Interaction. Forthcoming.
- Townsend, Rebecca M. (2006). “Local Communication Studies.” Lead Review Essay. Quarterly Journal of Speech 92 : 202-222.
- Townsend, Rebecca M. (2006). “Widening the Circumference of Scene: Local Politics, Local Metaphysics.” KBJournal. Spring 2006. www.kbjournal.org/townsend
- Wilkins, R. and P. Isotalus (eds.). Communication and culture in Finland. New York: Academic Press of America.
- Wilkins, R., Wolf, K., & Milburn, T. “Teaching ‘Culture’ as an Expressive Practice.” Texas Speech Communication Journal. (Summer, 2005). Vol.30 (1), pp. 86-88.
- Wolf, K., Milburn, T., & Wilkins, R. Expressive Practices: The Local Enactment of Culture in the Communication Classroom. Business Communication Quarterly. (June 2008).
- Trudy Ann Milburn (1998). Conversation and culture in the Puerto Rican Cultural Center: An ethnographic exploration of personhood. (English and Spanish, Springfield, MA)*Outstanding Dissertation in International and Intercultural Communication, NCA, 1999. Currently: Chair of Communication, California State University, Channel Islands
- Karen Wolf (1998). Communicating culture: Public discourse and ritualized action in a Jewish community. (English, Western Massachusetts)
Currently: Department Chair, Suffolk Community College, New York City
- Richard Wilkins (1999). “‘Asia’ (matter-of-fact) communication: A Finnish cultural term for talk in educational scenes. (Finnish, Finland)
*Outstanding Dissertation in International and Intercultural Communication, ICA, 2000.
Currently: Associate Professor, Baruch College of the City University of New York
- Rico Lie (2000) “Intercultural Communication Spaces and Globalizing/Localizing Identities”
Currently: Assistant Professor, Wageningen Innovation University, The Netherlands
- Nico Carpentier (2001), Title: “De constructie van participatie in het televisiesysteem. De discursieve articulatie van participatie in vier televisie talkshows” (The construction and participation in the television system. A discursive articulation of participation in 4 TV talk shows)
Currently: Assistant Professor, Free University of Brussels, Belgium
- Joel Saxe (2001). Communicative practices of Yiddish-speaking Jewish elders of South Miami Beach. (English and Yiddish, Miami Beach, Florida)
Currently: Assistant Professor, Greenfield Community College, Massachusetts
- George Terzis (2001)“Mediation of National Identities by National Media: A bifocal approach in the case of Greece”
Currently: Associate Professor, Free University of Brussels, Belgium
- Eric Morgan (2002). Structuring places: Cultural discourses of place in the Pioneer Valley of western Massachusetts. (English, Western Massachsetts)
* Outstanding Dissertation in Language and Social Interaction, 2003.
Currently: Associate Professor, New Mexico State University
- Cindy Suopis (2002). Women’s ways of speaking about menopause and hormone replacement therapy: An American discourse on personhood. (English, Western Massachusetts)
Currently: Interim Dean of the University Without Walls, University of Massachusetts
- Lut Lams (2004) “Reporting the Hong Kong Handover. A pragmatic analysis of news coverage in comparative Taiwanese/Mainland Chinese perspective”
Currently: Assistant Professor, Catholic University of Brussels, Belgium
- Stefan Mertens (2004) “Voetbal zonder grenzen: Een onderzoek over Euro 2000 en interculturele madiacommunicatie. Mediacommunicatie, cultuurverschillen en macht. Een onderzoek naar aanleiding van Euro 2000” (Soccer without borders. Euro 2000 and intercultural mass communication. Media communication, cultural differences and Power)
Currently: Post-doctoral Researcher, Catholic University of Brussels, Belgium
- Rebecca Townsend (2004). Deliberation and Democracy: Ethnography of Rhetoric in a New England Town Meeting. (English, Amherst, MA)
Currently: Assistant Professor, University of Hartford, Connecticut
- Lauren Benotti Mackenzie (2005). When words fail, music speaks: How communication transforms identity through performance at the Berkshire Hills Music Academy.
(English, South Hadley, Massachusetts)
Currently: Assistant Professor, Fitchburgh State College, Massachusetts
- Chris Verschooten (2006) “Caste and the Politics of the Press. Dalits in Media Discourse”
Currently: Assistant Professor, Catholic University of Brussels, Belgium
- Saila Poutiainen (2007). Finnish cultural discourses about mobile phone communication.
Currently: Tenured University Lecturer, University of Helsinki
- Makato Saito (2007). Silencing identity through communication: Situated enactments of sexuality in Japan. (Japanese, Japan)
Currently: Assistant Professor, Westfield State College, Massachusetts
- Michelle Scollo (2007). Mass media appropriations: Communication, culture, and everyday social life. (English, USA)
Currently: Assistant Professor, Rutgers University
- David Boromisza-Hibashi. (2008). “Hate speech” in Hungarian Public Discourse.
Currently: Assistant Professor, University of Colorado Boulder
- Paul Verschueren (2008) Picturing Afghanistan: the role of photo-texts in framing conflict, identity and the nation http://espace.library.uq.edu.au/view/UQ:136528
Currently: CEO Ad agency CopyWrite, Belgium
- Tokunbo Ojo (2009) Information Society for All? Critical analysis of Developmental Activities & Policies of ECA, ITU,& World Bank in Africa: A Case study of African Information Society Initiatives
- Andrea Ricci (2009) “A comparative analysis on the use of the World Wide Web in political and social communication”
Currently: Chief ‘Crisis Room”, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium
- Elena Khatskevitch. (2010). Russian Conceptions and Rituals of Drinking.
- Toks Oyedemi (2010) ICTs for Development in Africa
- Alicya Loydd (2010) Culture and Society in the Caribbean Region
- the Southbound Book Series ‘Communication for Development and Social Change’ (http://www.Southbound.com.my),
- the Hampton Book Series ‘Communication, Globalization and Cultural Identity’ (http://www.hamptonpress.com/comm_global.htm).
- the publication of the Journal of Communication for Development and Social Change, published by Hampton Press (http://www.temple.edu/cdsc/),
- Telematics and Informatics. An interdisciplinary Journal on the social impacts of new technologies, published by Elsevier (http://www.elsevier.com/locate/tele),