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Extending the scholarship presented in the first two volumes of Communication Activism, the studies in this volume offer further rich examples of communication scholars using their theories, methods, pedogogies, and other practices with those who are marginalized and oppressed to promote social justice. Going beyond traditional research that describes, interprets, sometimes critiques, and occasionally offers recommendations, these scholars studied communication interventions that they conducted to do something about a variety of social issues. This exemplary set of studies demonstrates how communication activism for social justice scholarship transforms researchers from being spectators who stand outside the stream of human activity to scholar-activists who actively work with diverse groups to confront the significant social justice issues characterizing contemporary life
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