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Communication and Social Change: Applied Communication Theory in Service-Learning
Voices of a Strong Democracy: Concepts & Models for Service-Learning in Communication Studies
  • Robbin D. Crabtree, Fairfield University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-1999
Abstract
The article focuses on the importance of applied communication theory in service-learning. Service-learning has gained popularity in recent years, despite concurrent trends reflecting an increasing emphasis on individualism, decreasing sense of civic responsibility, and a general alienation from community. Service-learning demands that faculty practice the active learning strategies they purport to value and respect the diversity of student learning styles.
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Copyright 1999 National Communication Association.

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Published Citation
Crabtree, R. D. (1999). Communication and Social Change: Applied Communication Theory in Service-Learning. In , Voices of a Strong Democracy: Concepts & Models for Service-Learning in Communication Studies (pp. 125-136). National Communication Association.
Citation Information
Robbin D. Crabtree. "Communication and Social Change: Applied Communication Theory in Service-Learning" Voices of a Strong Democracy: Concepts & Models for Service-Learning in Communication Studies (1999)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/robbin_crabtree/8/