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Handbook of Instructional Communication: Principles & Practices of Teaching Rhetorical & Relational Perspectives

Author(s): Marian Houser, Angela M Hosek

Edition: 3

Copyright: 2022

Pages: 546

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Handbook of Instructional Communication: Principles & Practices of Teaching Rhetorical & Relational Perspectives offers a comprehensive collection of theory and research focusing on the role and effects of communication in instructional environments.

Now in its Third Edition, the handbook covers an up-to-date array of topics that includes social identity, technology, and civility and dissent This volume demonstrates how to understand, plan, and conduct instructional communication research as well as consult with fellow scholars across the communication discipline

Designed to address the challenges facing educators in traditional and nontraditional settings, this edition features a wealth of in-text resources, including directions for future research, suggested readings, and surveys for instructional assessment.

Preface

CHAPTER 1 Historical Roots and Trajectories of Instructional Communication
Kristen LeBlanc Farris, Marian L. Houser, and Angela M. Hosek

UNIT 1 Rhetorical Perspectives of Instructional Communication
Marian L. Houser and Angela M. Hosek

CHAPTER 2 Instructor Message Variables
Joseph P. Mazer

CHAPTER 3 Instructor Credibility
Scott A. Myers and Matthew M. Martin

CHAPTER 4 Student Engagement and Motivation in the Classroom
Ann Bainbridge Frymier and Marian L. Houser

CHAPTER 5 Instructional Dissent
Alan K. Goodboy and San Bolkan

UNIT 2 Introduction to the Relational Perspectives of Instructional Communication
Marian L. Houser and Angela M. Hosek

CHAPTER 6 Immediacy and the Teacher-Student Relationship
Marian L. Houser and Angela M. Hosek

CHAPTER 7 Looking Back and Looking Ahead at Negotiating Power in the Classroom
Rebecca M. Chory and Sean M. Horan

CHAPTER 8 Communication Perspectives on Emotions in the Instructional Context
Caroline Waldbuesser and Scott Titsworth

CHAPTER 9 Rapport in the Instructional Context
Brandi N. Frisby

UNIT 3 Social Identity in the Instructional Context
Angela M. Hosek, Valerie Rubinsky, and Jordan Soliz

CHAPTER 10 Race/Ethnicity in the Classroom
Tina M. Harris, Sherella Cupid, and Kyle Stanley

CHAPTER 11 Queering the Classroom: Considering Sexual and Gender Identities
Jimmie Manning, Danielle M. Stern, and Rebecca Johnson

UNIT 4 Technology in the Instructional Environment
Angela M. Hosek and Marian L. Houser

CHAPTER 12 Human-Machine Communication in the Classroom
Autumn Edwards and Chad Edwards

CHAPTER 13 Instructional Communication, Technology, and the Online Learning Environment: Then and Now
Deanna D. Sellnow and Renee Kaufman

CHAPTER 14 Instructional Communication, Technology, and the Online Learning Environment: What’s Next? – Pedagogy of Renewal
Renee Kaufmann and Deanna D. Sellnow

UNIT 5 Instructional Communication Methodological Approaches
Angela M. Hosek and Marian L. Houser

CHAPTER 15 Cognitive Approaches in the Instructional Context
Angela M. Hosek, Maria N. Hannah, and Carly Densmore

CHAPTER 16 Affective Approaches in the Instructional Context
Derek R. Lane, T. Kody Frey, and Nicholas T. Tatum

CHAPTER 17 Contemporary Approaches to Studying Biological and Physiological Markers in Changing Instructional Context
Tamara D. Afifi, Amanda Denes, and Abdullah Salehuddin

CHAPTER 18 Critical Communication Pedagogy
Deanna L. Fassett and Keith Nainby

CHAPTER 19 Instructional Risk and Crisis Communication
Timothy L. Sellnow, Derek R. Lane, and Deanna D. Sellnow

APPENDIX
Introduction

Pedagogical Approaches in Instructional Communication
Kristen L. Farris and Michael Burns

Narrative Pedagogy: A Practice to Connect Student and Teacher and Enhance Learning
Jody Koenig Kellas and Erin K. Willer

INDEX

Marian Houser

Marian L. Houser is a professor in the Communication Studies Department at Texas State University. In addition to receiving numerous department and college teaching awards, Dr. Houser was the recipient of the Texas State University President’s Award for Scholarly and Creative Activities, the Eastern Communication Association’s Past-Presidents’ Award for her contributions to research and teaching, and recently named an Eastern Communication Association Research Fellow.

Dr. Houser’s primary research interest is in the area of communication in a variety of relationships, with a focus on teacher-student relationships (traditional vs. nontraditional students; face-to-face vs. electronic) and student learning and engagement indicators in the classroom. Her recent research on teachers’ classroom behaviors (teacher confirmation and teacher swearing) have been featured in national and international communication and higher education journals. Though Dr. Houser has published and/or presented over 70 research studies, she takes the great pride in the twenty-plus manuscripts she has published with her students.

When Dr. Houser is not researching or mentoring, she can be found relaxing, golfing, or scuba diving with her husband Steve. Her greatest joy is her time spent with her daughter Staci, son Drew, daughter-in-law Carri and new grandson Nash. If you have any questions for Dr. Houser, feel free to email her at mh53@txstate.edu.

Angela M Hosek

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