More Alike Than Different: Learning About Diversity From People with Disabilities
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Courses: Interpersonal Communication, Health Communication, Intercultural Communication
Objectives: After completing this semester-long activity students, should be able to (1) apply course concepts (i.e., stereotypes, identity, listening, language, and conflict) to diverse real-world scenarios; (2) explain the utility of intergroup contact theory in relationship to communication and social diversity; (3) critically reflect on social diversity explored through communication behaviors; and (4) develop communication competence toward diverse others, specifically persons with disabilities (PWDs).
DOI of Published Version
Taylor & Francis
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Anderson, Jenn; Westwick, Joshua; and Anderson, Justin, "More Alike Than Different: Learning About Diversity From People with Disabilities" (2016). Communication Studies and Theatre Faculty Publications. 6.