The (randomly) selected focus publication for March 2017 is:
Páez, D., Bobowik, M., & Liu, J.H. (2016). Social representations of the past and competences in history education. In M. Carretero, S. Berger, & M. Grever (Eds). Palgrave Handbook of Research in Historical Culture and Education. Palgrave McMillan.
[PDF available here]
As part of an effort to promote the research conducted by IALSP members, this is a biannual post highlighting member publications. Here, you can download a list of research by IALSP members that was published between July and December of 2016.
IALSP Member Publications July to December 2016
[Updated 5 Sept 2017]
After a hiatus for annual holidays, we are returning with the first focus publication of 2017!
The (randomly) selected focus publication for January 2017 is:
Lin, M-C., Giles, H., & Soliz, J. (2016). Problematic intergenerational communication and caregiving in the family: Elder abuse and neglect. In L.N. Olson & M.A. Fine (Eds), The darker side of family communication: The harmful, the morally suspect, and the socially inappropriate (pp. 155-173). New York: Peter Lang.
[PDF available here]
The (randomly) selected focus publication for November 2016 is:
Leach, L. E., Watson, B. M., Hewett, D. G., Schwarz, G. M., & Gallois, C. (2016). Interprofessional conflict, collaboration and leadership in health. In H. Giles & A. Maass (Eds.), Advances in Intergroup Communication. (pp. 247-265). New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
The health sector is well-known as an arena of poor communication and organizational conflict, which threatens the safety and quality of patient care. Communication failures have been implicated as a major cause of adverse events in patient care, and repeated calls have appeared for better interprofessional training and relations. Hospitals comprise culturally distinct units within which power hierarchies and professional identities influence relations and communication, which often give rise to conflict. In this chapter, we review the existing literature about organizational communication in health. We discuss the often neglected role of management in hospitals, the impact of system variables on intergroup dynamics and interprofessional communication, and the consequences for patient care. We argue that leadership by clinicians and managers, and communication between them, is a key contributor to quality of care. The chapter concludes with a research agenda, emphasizing research that aims to position health care leaders as drivers of improvement in intergroup communication.
Each year IALSP is allocated one session (75 minutes) at the International Communication Association (ICA) conference. This session allows us to continue a tradition of collegiality among our members, recruit new members, network, and showcase our work outside of our organization.
In 2017, ICA will be in San Diego, California (May 25-29). We anticipate that this will be a very popular and exciting conference. We would like to use our panel to showcase papers that were presented at ICLASP15 in Bangkok, Thailand.
If you would like to present your ICLASP15 research (in its original or updated form) at ICA, please submit your work for consideration by 19 October.
Call For Papers (PDF)
Submit an abstract (250 words max.) of a paper that was presented at ICLASP15 in Bangkok, Thailand. Please also indicate whether this paper was presented as a completed project or a work in progress (WIP). Priority will be given to WIP papers that are now complete.