Setting the agenda for the study of group communication in the future, this book presents work that has not previously been explored in the current small group communication literature. It focuses on new theoretical and conceptual directions; examines new research methodologies; looks at antecedent factors affecting group communication; provides insight into both group communication process and practices; and covers different group communication contexts.

Foregrounding Feminist Theory in Group Communication Research

NancyWyattPenn State University Delaware County

Previous feminist critiques have rendered problematic many aspects of traditional group communication scholarship, called for more attention to women's groups, and identified cooperation and collaboration as group processes that should inform research (see, e.g., Meyers & Brashers, 1994; Wyatt, 1994). Those ...

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