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From:Communication Research Trends (Vol. 40, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedThe Catholic church has historically shown a commitment to education (e.g., MacIntyre, 2009; O'Malley, 1989). Women have played a key role in the educational mission of the church (Cummings, 2009; Heinrich, 1924; Jones,...
From:Communication Research Trends (Vol. 40, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedSister Mary Madeleva Wolff, C.S.C. (1887-1964) was a poet, scholar, sister in the Congregation of the Holy Cross, and former-president of Saint Mary's College, a Catholic women's liberal arts college in Notre Dame,...
From:Communication Research Trends (Vol. 40, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedNow known as Saint Teresa of Calcutta, Mother Teresa is a beloved figure of the Catholic Church and an embodiment to the world of a selfless ethic of care and love for others. While not without her critics, Mother Teresa...
From:Communication Research Trends (Vol. 40, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedIn the field of communication, descriptors of the importance of voice are central to understanding minority exclusion and resistance to a dominant culture (Wood, 1993; Wood & Cox, 1993). Members of a privileged majority...
From:Communication Research Trends (Vol. 40, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedThis issue of Communication Research Trends originated in a panel at the 2020 National Communication Association where the authors attempted a rhetorical recovery of some of the forgotten or, more likely, overlooked...
From:Communication Research Trends (Vol. 40, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedIn this historical moment, moral values are being lost and traditional family life no longer valued, resulting in a crisis of dehumanization. However, by her intellectual and spiritual gifts, St. Edith Stein serves as a...
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