Communication Yearbook 27 by Pamela J. Kalbfleisch (Ed.)

By Pamela J. Kalbfleisch (Ed.)

Verbal exchange Yearbook 27 is dedicated to publishing cutting-edge literature studies within which authors critique and synthesize a physique of communique learn. This quantity maintains the culture of publishing severe, integrative reports of particular traces of study. Chapters specialize in an organizational conversation problem to the discourse of labor and relatives learn; improving women's voice; empowerment and verbal exchange; participatory conversation for social swap; and the problematics of discussion and tool. furthermore, chapters speak about the megaphone influence; the consequences of tv on workforce energy; the empowerment of feminist scholarship in public family and the construction of a feminist paradigm; keep watch over, resistance, and empowerment in raced, gendered, and classed paintings contexts; credibility for the twenty first century; and speaking incapacity.

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Rees-Edwards and Kline (2001) argued that communication is essential to the construction of egalitarian relationships. Working mothers in their study expressed distress, frustration, anger, betrayal, and stress over both work and family difficulties. These women said they handle childcare and housework on their own and have to request (or coordinate) help from their partners. This research did not indicate how partners’ contradictory feelings are hidden or expressed (perhaps simultaneously) or how partners intentionally manage their feelings around other important family members.

Single-parent households may not have the benefit of these kinds of flexibilities. Work-family decision making does not occur with a relational partner, but perhaps with childcare or eldercare providers, former spouses through custody agreements, or between parent and child as children get older. Differences between how single fathers and single mothers experience and interact with others in order to manage work and family are also open for exploration. The discourse of stay-at-home parents, both fathers and mothers, should be examined and situated as participation in valuable work.

From Problematics to Empowerment 29 The inherently racist bias in work-family research must also be confronted. Work-family communication research has only been challenged from the perspective of race in a very limited way. We return to Johnson’s (2001) work that delved into the linguistic construction of working mother from the perspective of race. Similar to issues of class, the historical participation of women of color in the paid labor force has often been ignored. Much work and family research for over 35 years has continued to justify itself with the claim of a “growing number of working mothers” (p.

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