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Poststructuralism and communication; an annotated bibliography.

0810851830

Poststructuralism and communication; an annotated bibliography.

Greenberg, Gerald S.

Scarecrow Pr.

2005

231 pages

$55.00

Hardcover

Z5630

Greenberg (information services, Ohio State U. library) provides 290 entries for books, book chapters and journals that describe the impact of poststructuralist philosophy on aspects of human communication, including art, communication in management and organizations, computer science, education, history, journalism, language, literature and literary criticism, mass media, nursing, psychology, social science, technology and writing. After a brief introduction, Moore provides full citations for the entries, along with a synopsis of each sufficient to direct readers to appropriate sources. While entries do not substitute for reading the paper or book, those at the initial stages of research will find them useful for sorting out theoretical approaches.

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