2-15 reclaiming the subject matter

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Genuine Conversation Reclaiming the Subject Matter As a Guide to Mutual Understanding: Effectiveness and Ethics in Interpersonal Interaction Stanley Deetz
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Why a New Ethic? Current ethics of communication are based in western enlightenment tradition: 18 th Century liberal ideals: freedom of speech, rationality, individual autonomy Assumes a linear-transmission view of communication: individuals express ideas and interests; information enables rational decisions Fails to consider how individuals, ideas, interests, and information are socially produced (constitutive view of communication)
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Combines ideas from several traditions: Cybernetic : Systems model of communication, interactional view - Identities, experience, information Phenomenological : Ethical ideal based on Gadamer (genuine conversation) and Buber (I-Thou, dialogue). Critical
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2009 for the course COMM 3210 taught by Professor Craig during the Fall '08 term at Colorado.

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