Communication, a Different Kind of Horserace : Essays Honoring Richard F. Carter (Hampton Press Communication Series: Communication Alternatives)

Communication, a Different Kind of Horserace : Essays Honoring Richard F. Carter (Hampton Press Communication Series: Communication Alternatives)

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Table of Contents

Preface  Brenda Dervin and Steven K Chaffee
PART ONE: EXEMPLARS
1 A Paradigmatic View
Steven K Chaffee 3 (22)
2 Myth and Reality in Scientific Discovery: 25 (14)
The Case of Agenda Setting Theory
Maxwell McCombs
3 Community "Embeddedness" and the Diffusion 39 (16)
of Local News
Bradley S. Greenberg, Walter Gantz, and
Jeffrey E. Brand
4 Does Mass Communication Contribute to 55 (16)
Public Understanding of Environmental
Problems?
Keith Stamm
5 Information Needs and the News Environment 71 (14)
Fiona Chew
6 Constructing Public Relations Theory and 85 (32)
Practice
James E. Grunig
7 A Theoretical Explication of Collective 117(18)
Life: Coorienting and Communicating
Hak-Soo Kim
8 Double-Clicking to Disaster: The Dark Side 135(14)
of the Web
Arnold H. Ismach
9 Mapping the News of the World 149(18)
Robert L. Stevenson
10 Is Knowledge "Power" or "Pain"? The 167(20)
Implications of Knowledge-Information in the
Socio-Cultural Context of Korean Society
Sung Gwan Park
11 Systems, Gaps, and Communication 187(16)
Thomas L. Jacobson
12 Technology/Media/Body Complex: Toward the 203(14)
Synchronics of the New Media
Joseph J. Pilotta
13 Uncertainty and the Fragmentation of 217(28)
Knowledge
L. David Ritchie
14 Shouting Fire in a Crowded Classroom: From 245(14)
Holmes to Homeroom
Jeremy Cohen
15 On the Necessity of Theorizing Responsive 259(22)
Media Design
Brenda Dervin and Lois Foreman-Werner
PART TWO: COMMENTARIES
16 Richard F. Carter and the Science of 281(3)
Communication
Phillip J. Tichenor
17 Methodologist, Theorist, Thinker, and 284(3)
Bridge Player
Edwin B. Parker
18 A Note of Gratitude 287(2)
Godwin Chu
19 Nothing Much About Ado 289(2)
Henry Breitrose
20 Dick Carter and Me 291(3)
Lee Ruggels
21 In Our Cooperstown 294(2)
Steven H. Chaffee
22 The Master Detective 296(2)
Maxwell McCombs
23 Recollections of a Methodological Primer 298(2)
Ronald H. Pyszka
24 Relevance, Pertinence, and Salience 300(2)
Revisited
Scott Ward
25 It's Easier to Throw a Ball Than to Catch 302(2)
One
James E. Grunig
26 Seeing Past the Surface 304(2)
Keith Stamm
27 Making Sense out of Nonsense: A Personal 306(5)
Excursion
Lawrence Bowen
28 On Being Understood - Or Not 311(2)
Alex Edelstein
29 Message for Richard Carter 313(1)
Peter Clarke
3O Considering Carter's Theoretical 314(3)
Methodology
Robert L. Stevenson
31 A Shining Light in a Long Tunnel: Richard 317(2)
F. Carter
Arnold K Ismach
32 A Generous Mentor and Adviser 319(2)
Robert J. Weis
33 So Great a Mind 321(1)
Hak-Soo Kim
34 The Zero Problem, Richard F. Carter, and Me 322(4)
Brenda Dervin
35 A Good Question 326(2)
L. David Ritchie
36 Exploring Interactivity 328(1)
Debra Lieberman
37 Those Who Can, Do. Those Who Know, Can 328(6)
Kathleen D. Clark
38 Richard F. Carter: Memorabilia 334(5)
Thomas L. Jacobson
PART THREE: ABOUT AND BY CARTER
39 A Short Biography and Bibliography of 339(20)
Richard F. Carter
Steven K Chaffee and Brenda Dervin
40 How Carter Helps: Aphorisms as Traces 359(10)
Brenda Dervin and Steven H. Chaffee
41 Communication: A Harder Science, Richard 369(8)
F. Carter
Contributors 377(6)
Author Index 383(8)
Subject Index 391