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A Communication Perspective on the Military

Interactions, Messages, and Discourses
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ISBN-13:
9781454198109
Veröffentl:
2014
Seiten:
448
Autor:
Lynne M. Webb
Serie:
Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
2 - DRM Adobe
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

A Communication Perspective on the Military brings into focus the challenge of sense-making in the war state. How do military family members talk to one another about the stress of deployment on their lives? How do media - old and new - render the costs of war meaningful? How is the narrative of war rhetorically constructed? The dynamics of military family transactions, media-military relations, and war rhetoric reveal, reinforce, and may even disrupt U.S. war culture. Offering close analysis and thoughtful critique, this book reflects upon the ways the meaning of war is communicated in private lives, social relations, and public affairs. The collection highlights three broad areas of concern: communication in the military family; the military in the media; and rhetoric surrounding the military. Katheryn Maguire, Roger Stahl, and Gordon Mitchell introduce each section with overarching and integrative literature reviews that offer directions for the field. Each section includes six chapters reporting the latest research and offering suggestions for practical applications. The book is a must-have reference for military and communication scholars and an ideal text for graduate seminars and upper division undergraduate courses focusing on communication and the military.
Contents: Robert L. Ivie: Telling the Stories of the War State - Erin Sahlstein Parcell: Research at the Intersections of the Military and Communication: A Preview and Review - Katheryn C. Maguire: Military Family Communication: A Review and Synthesis of the Research Related to Wartime Deployment - Leanne K. Knobloch/Jennifer A. Theiss/Erin C. Wehrman: Communication of Military Couples During Deployment: Topic Avoidance and Relational Uncertainty - Candee B. Berck/Lynne M. Webb: Enacting Resistance: Military Parents' Reports of Successful Communication With Children During Deployment - Emily M. Cramer/Kelly E. Tenzek/Mike Allen: Spirituality, Social Support, and the Communicative Role of the Chaplain in Veteran Populations - Andrew C. High/Victoria Jennings-Kelsall/Denise H. Solomon/Amy D. Marshall: Military Families Online: Seeking and Providing Support Through Internet Discussion Boards - Michelle Still Mehta/Jane Jorgenson: Work-family Predicaments of Air Force Wives: A Sensemaking Perspective - Sarah Symonds LeBlanc/Loreen N. Olson: Communicating Identity: The Impact of Veterans' Identity Negotiation on Family Communication - Roger Stahl: Media and the Military: The Full Spectrum? - Kenneth S. Sexton: The «Experiment» of the Tuskegee Airmen as Reported in Two Competing African-American Newspapers, 1940-1944 - Paul Achter: Reluctant Conquests: Media Events and the End of the Iraq War - John W. Howard, III/Laura C. Prividera: Nationalism and Soldiers' Health: Media Framing of Soldiers' Returns From Deployments - Kevin Coe: Honoring the Dead, Supporting the War: Media Eulogies and the Possibilities of Patriotic Discourse - Michel M. Haigh/Michael Pfau: Examining the Content of Milblogs and Their Influence on Public Support for War - Lisa E. Silvestri: Always on Duty: Managing U.S. Marines on Social Media - Gordon R. Mitchell: Necessity and Possibility in Military Rhetoric - Tracey Quigley Holden: Riding an American Nightmare: Generals Moseley and MacArthur, Men on Horseback - Anne Gerbensky-Kerber/Benjamin R. Bates: Freedom From Fat Is Freedom to Fight: A Foucauldian Reading of Mission: Readiness' Rhetoric - Derek Foster: The War of Words Commemorating Canada's War Dead: Rhetoric and the «Highway of Heroes» - Stephen A. Klien: Cinematic Simulacra and the Prospect for Public Agency: Constructing the Citizen-Soldier in Post-9/11 War Films - Bryan T. Walsh: Forgetting Histories of Toxic Military Violence: The Case of the Kelly Air Force Base - Anna M. (Amy) Young/Pauline Kaurin: The Myth of the Warrior: Rhetorics of Masculinity and Don't Ask Don't Tell.

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