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An Analysis of Participatory Communication for Development: A Social Construction Perspective
Unformatted Document Text:  Participatory Communication for Development 29 Steeves, H. L. (2000). Gendered agendas: Dialogue and impasse in creating social change. In K. G. Wilkins (Ed.), Redeveloping communication for social change: Theory, practice, and power (pp. 7-26). Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield. Stewart, J. (1978). Foundations of dialogic communication. The Quarterly Journal of Speech, 64, 183-201. Stewart, J. (1995). Philosophical features of social approaches to interpersonal communication. In W. Leeds-Hurwitz (Ed.), Social approaches to communication (pp. 23-45). New York: Guilford. Stewart, J., & Zediker, K. (2000). Dialogue as tensional, ethical practice. Southern Communication Journal, 65, 224-242. Thomas, P. (1994). Participatory development communication: Philosophical premises. In S.A. White & K.S. Nair (Eds.), Participatory communication: Working for change and development (pp. 49-59). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Tilakaratna, S. (1991). Stimulation of self-reliant initiatives by sensitized agents: Some lessons from practice. In O. Fals-Borda & M. A. Rahman (Eds.), Action and knowledge: Breaking the monopoly with participatory action-research (pp. 135-145). New York: Apex Press Waters, J. (2000). Power and praxis in development communication discourse and method. In K. G. Wilkins (Ed.), Redeveloping communication for social change: Theory, practice, and power (pp. 89-102). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. Wilkins, K. G. (Ed.). (2000). Redeveloping communication for social change: Theory, practice, and power. Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield.

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Participatory Communication for Development 29
Steeves, H. L. (2000). Gendered agendas: Dialogue and impasse in creating social change. In
K. G. Wilkins (Ed.), Redeveloping communication for social change: Theory, practice, and power
(pp. 7-26). Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield.
Stewart, J. (1978). Foundations of dialogic communication. The Quarterly Journal of Speech,
64, 183-201.
Stewart, J. (1995). Philosophical features of social approaches to interpersonal communication.
In W. Leeds-Hurwitz (Ed.), Social approaches to communication (pp. 23-45). New York: Guilford.
Stewart, J., & Zediker, K. (2000). Dialogue as tensional, ethical practice. Southern
Communication Journal, 65, 224-242.
Thomas, P. (1994). Participatory development communication: Philosophical premises. In
S.A. White & K.S. Nair (Eds.), Participatory communication: Working for change and development
(pp. 49-59). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Tilakaratna, S. (1991). Stimulation of self-reliant initiatives by sensitized agents: Some
lessons from practice. In O. Fals-Borda & M. A. Rahman (Eds.), Action and knowledge: Breaking the
monopoly with participatory action-research (pp. 135-145). New York: Apex Press
Waters, J. (2000). Power and praxis in development communication discourse and method. In
K. G. Wilkins (Ed.), Redeveloping communication for social change: Theory, practice, and power
(pp. 89-102). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Wilkins, K. G. (Ed.). (2000). Redeveloping communication for social change: Theory,
practice, and power. Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield.


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