Communicative engagement and social liberation : justice will be made
Communicative Engagement and Social Liberation: Justice Will Be Made recognizes limitations in contemporary understandings that separate history and rhetoric. Drawing together ontological and epistemic perspectives to allow for a fuller appreciation of communication in shaping lived-experience, facets of the two academic subjects are united in acts of communicative engagement
Print Book, English, 2014
Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, 2014
x, 220 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
9781611476507, 9781611476514, 161147650X, 1611476518
Introduction: "Changing the conversation"
Anchored in the life-world and moored to social worlds
Communicative engagement: the reasoning art of Theōria-Poíēsis-Praxis
Liberating possibilities in communicative engagement
Communicative engagement: the ethical demand for a fitting response
Myrtilla Miner: advocate for the right to education
Mary White Ovington: advocate for civil and political rights
Jessie Daniel Ames: advocate for even justice in the right to legal protection
Seeking social liberation
Communicative engagement and social liberation