Kenji Kitao and S. Kathleen Kitao
(Last updated on April 20, 2001)
**List of links to web sites of 20 communication organizations on Southern
Communication Association web page
**List of links to many organizations, particularly ones related to
Communication and Education Associations
LINKS TO FRIENDLY COMMUNICATION HOMEPAGES
**List of links to 21 organizations on Western States Communication
Links to Communication Associations
Internet Research Links
**A long list of links, including communication organizations, links related
to fields of communication, and search engines.
NCA Affiliate Organizations and Related Organizations
**Links to a wide variety of organizations related to communication
Regional Communication Associations
State and Territory Communication Associations
**Extensive list of communication associations in the US
American Business Women's Association (ABWA)
To bring together businesswomen of diverse occupations and to provide
opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personally and
professionally through leadership, education, networking support, and
American Communication Association
ACA was created to promote academic and professional research, criticism,
teaching, practical use, and exchange of principles and theories of human
communication. Our community embraces researchers, teachers, business
persons, and specialists located in North, Central, and South America and in
Arkansas State Communication Association
ABC The Association for Business Communication
Association for Chinese Communication Studies
...the Association for Chinese Communication Studies (ACCS) is an ethnically
inclusive, non-profit professional organization with a mission to promote
the study of Chinese culture and communication.
The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication is an
international association of more than 3,300 journalism/mass communication
students, administrators, and professionals. AEJMC's members come from more
than 28 countries, with the majority working in the United States and
Canada. Founded in 1912, AEJMC is the oldest association of journalism and
mass communication educators at the college level.
Association for Educational Communications and Technology
Augmentative Communication, Inc.
Distributed worldwide, Augmentative Communication News (ACN) and
Alternatively Speaking (AS) provide the latest information on hot topics in
the field, discussion of vital issues for AAC stakeholders and news from the
Broadcast Education Association
The Broadcast Education Association is the professional association for
professors, industry professionals and graduate students who are interested
in teaching and research related to electronic media and multimedia
Center for Environmental Communication Studies
The Center originated in 1994 as an interdisciplinary research and service
organization dedicated to the study of communication processes and practices
in environmental and health policy contexts. The mission of the Center is to
enhance the understanding and quality of communication processes and
practices among citizen, industry, and government participants in
environmental and health policy formation and implementation.
The Center's research agenda includes the design, analysis, and evaluation
of informational and persuasive messages and campaigns produced by and
addressed to individuals and institutions which pertain to environmental and
human health risk contexts and controversies; the analysis and evaluation of
communication processes within environmental and health-related
organizations; and the design, facilitation, and evaluation of processes of
stakeholder involvement in risk-based decision-making.
Center for Global Communication (GLO-COM) International University of
GLOCOM was established in 1991 as a social science research institute
specializing in the study of information society as well as Japanese
society. From the outset it was thought that the collection and
dissemination of information through the utilization of computer networks
was important, and this goal was realized in 1993 when the center
established an Internet connection. Ever since, by utilizing the most
up-to-date information and communication technologies, GLOCOM has been able
to engage in various research activities, including generation of policy
proposals and involvement in education-related projects. GLOCOM has set out
to be a modern information "intelprise", an institution promoting the
distribution and sharing of "wisdom".
Central States Communication Association
The mission of the Central States Communication Association is to unite
those persons in the Central States area with an academic or professional
interest in all disciplines of communication in all educational levels, for
the promotion of their mutual interests and the advancement of their common
CTAM (Communication and Theater Association of Minnesota)
**Lists of links for many subjects, including health communications, media
Communication Institute for Online Scholarship
**Web page with online articles.
The English-Speaking Union
The mission of the ESU is to promote international understanding and human
achievement through the English language. We achieve our aims through
scholarships, awards, debating and public speaking events and a variety of
educational programmes for young people from all over the world. School
children, students and young professionals are targeted because the future
of international relations will be in their hands. They share a common
language in English through which they are able to share thoughts and
feelings, to transmit information, to explain, discuss, argue and persuade.
The young people who take part in our programmes emerge better equipped to
contribute to their society and with a better understanding of the world
they live in.
The linchpin of this activity is the international headquarters at Dartmouth
House which not only manages the international programmes but also provides
advice and support for national ESU programmes. It also is responsible for
the extraordinary international growth of the ESU which now embraces 47
countries on all five continents. Thousands of ESU members in the UK and all
over the world are able to share their ideas and culture through the ESU
global network and regard Dartmouth House as their base.
The ESU was launched on 28 June 1918 on the initiative of journalist, Evelyn
Wrench together with sixteen friends, with the aim of promoting closer ties
between English speaking peoples. The first public meeting was addressed by
former Prime Minister, A J Balfour and Dartmouth House itself was opened in
1927 by Prime Minister, Stanley Baldwin. Since then, with the support and
guidance of many distinguished public figures, the ESU has adapted and grown
to meet the needs of a changing world. In a refurbished Dartmouth House, we
are well placed to meet the challenges of the new century.
The English-Speaking Union in Japan
International Association of Business Communicators
IABC, the International Association of Business Communicators, is the
leading resource for effective communication practice. We provide products,
services, activities and networking opportunities to help people and
organizations achieve excellence in public relations, employee
communication, marketing communication, public affairs and other forms of
communication. People around the world -- in every industry and in the
public and nonprofit sectors -- have taken advantage of our resources to
advance their careers and meet organizational objectives.
ICA International Communication Association
The International Communication Association was formed in 1950 bringing
together academicians and other professionals whose interest focused on
The Association maintains an active membership of more than 3,400
individuals of which some two-thirds are teaching and conducting research in
colleges, universities and schools around the world. Other members are in
government, the media, communication technology, business law, medicine and
International Federation of Communication Associations
The International Federation of Communication Associations (IFCA) is a newly
incorporated organization oriented towards improving the sharing of research
in our field on a global basis. The Federation was created because of the
felt need that there is very limited exchange of communications research
between both developed and developing countries.
International & Intercultural Communication Division (IICD) NCA
International and Intercultural Communication is one of the largest and most
diverse divisions of the National Communication Association. IICD promotes
research, service, and teaching that enhances our understanding and
appreciation of ethnic, cultural, and intellectual diversity.
INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS SOCIETY
The aim of the Society is to provide a professional association for
academics and practioners with an interest in the growing field of
telecommunications and economic decision analysis. It intends to
systematically encourage distribution of information, discussions and
research concerning telecommunication issues, legislative and policy
International Telecommunication Union
The ITU, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland is an international
organization within which governments and the private sector coordinate
global telecom networks and services.
National Association for Broadcasters
**An organization for radio and television broadcasters.
NCA National Communication Association
**One of the largest and most varied US professional organizations for
communication scholars, teachers, etc.
OSCLG Organization for the Study of Communication, Language & Gender
OSCLG--the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language and
Gender--has ... sought to provide a forum for professional discussion,
presentation of research and demonstration of creative projects in the areas
of communication, language and gender, and to promote recognition of those
doing work in this area. Members of OSCLG believe that interaction across a
wide spectrum of disciplines is needed to foster more insightful discussion
of the issues of language, gender and communication. Similarly, OSCLG seeks
to include contributions from teachers, consultants and practitioners as
well as researchers. An annual conference supports the mission of OSCLG, and
awards are made during this conference to honor individuals who contribute
to the study of communication and gender.
Pacific and Asian Communication Association (PACA)
PACA, a non-profit corporation, was founded March 1, 1995 as an educational,
scientific and literary association to promote the study, criticism,
research, teaching, and application of the artistic, humanistic, and
scientific principles of communication.
The membership is open to persons interested in promoting the Association's
purposes. The Association territorial sphere of operation is inclusive of
but not exclusive to the area of the Pacific Rim, including the Western
parts of the Asian continent, and the continents, islands, and land masses
Professional Communication Society
the IEEE Professional Communication Society was concerned with the art of
clear writing and speaking. Now our interests extend to distance learning,
web design and hypertext, document usability, video, team writing, visual
communication, information design, communication and publication management
and production, user interface design, and information dissemination,
retrieval, and use.
The Public Relations Society of America
PRSA is the world's largest organization for public relations professionals.
Its nearly 20,000 members, organized worldwide in over 100 chapters,
represent business and industry, technology, counseling firms, government,
associations, hospitals, schools, professional services firms and nonprofit
Chartered in 1947, PRSA's primary objectives are to advance the standards of
the public relations profession and to provide members with professional
development opportunities through continuing education programs, information
exchange forums and research projects conducted on the national and local
Religious Communication Association
RCA (formerly RSCA) is an academic society founded in 1973 by people
interested in the study of all aspects of public religious communication. As
an interfaith scholarly and professional organization, RCA seeks to promote
honest, respectful and profound dialogue which reflects the diversity of
religious beliefs, subject matter concerns, methodologies, and professions
of its members. RCA is pleased to present the following resources for
members and non-members alike.
SIETAR (The International Society for Intercultural Education, Training
SIETAR, the Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research, is a
global network of national, regional and local SIETAR organizations. Some
groups formed around geographic proximity, others around particular
interests. Each organization is unique and attends to the issues that are
close to home or prevalent in its group, but the idea and mission of SIETAR
reaches across national and cultural boundaries. The members of SIETAR
groups consist of consultants, trainers, educators, managers, scholars,
researchers, artists, volunteers and others who are making significant
contributions to cross-cultural operations in both multicultural and
SIETAR Global Network
The Young SIETAR network is an exciting opportunity in the world of
intercultural education, training, research and management. It provides a
forum for interaction between students and young professionals who share an
interest in a wide variety of intercultural practice and research. Through
its various activities, Young SIETAR aims at building a bridge in this
dynamic field between juniors and professionals, educating a new generation
of interculturalists. Young SIETAR is a group of young adults, aged 18 to
30, who acknowledge the need to be profound in how we live our lives and who
is willing to tackle the challenge this intriguing planet brings us.
Society for Technical Communication
STC is an individual membership organization dedicated to advancing the arts
and sciences of technical communication - it is the largest organization of
its type in the world. Its 25,000 members include technical writers,
editors, graphic designers, videographers, multimedia artists, Web and
Intranet page information designers, translators and others whose work
involves making technical information available to those who need it.
Southern States Communication Association (SSCA)
WSCA The Western States Communication Association
WCA World Communication Association
**Newsletters, information about conferences, etc.
Canadian Communication Association
The Canadian Communication Association is a bilingual, national organization
founded in 1980 that brings together communication teachers, researchers and
professionals from the university, government and private enterprise
Its purpose is to promote the investigation of communication issues in
Canada. Members come from all provinces and a variety of disciplinary
backgrounds including journalism, communication studies, and the social and
European Speech Communication Association
Communication Association of Japan
**An organization for scholars interested in communication studies and
communication education, especially as they apply to Japan;
Japan Business English Association
**An association of professionals interested in the areas of business
correspondence, communication studies, and communication technology.
**Links to web pages of communication related conferences.
Conference and Events Listings
**Conferences of the American Business Women's Association.
**Conferences of the Association for Business Communication.
**Conferences of the American Communication Association.
**Conferences of the International Association of Business
**Conferences of the International Communication Association.
**Conferences of the National Communication Association.
**Conferences of the Southern States Communication Association.
**Conferences of the Western States Communication Association.
World Communication Association (WCA) Calls for Papers
WCA 2001 Bennial Conference
Journals and Newsletters
**Links to online communication journals.
Journals Canadian Communication Association
Journals from ICA
Human Communication Research
Journal of Communication
**Information about the International Communication Association journals,
calls for papers, etc.
Journals and Other Electronic Media
**Links to telecommunication-related journals and other information.
The Quarterly Journal of Speech
Critical Studies in Media Communication
Journal of Applied Communication Research
Text and Performance Quarterly
The Review of Communication
Acceptance rates for NCA journals
**Information about journals of the National Communication
Oxford University Press Journals
Tables of contents for current communication serials
Individual Journals and Newsletters
The American Communication Journal
Commissioned by the American Communication Association's Board of Directors
at the 1996 Annual Convention in historic Charleston, South Carolina, The
American Communication Journal is a completely online, blind-reviewed
publication, dedicated to the conscientious analysis and criticism of
significant communicative artifacts.
Canadian Journal of Communication CCA's journal
A journal of research and scholarship encompassing the field of
communication and journalism studies giving emphasis to Canadian work and
Computer Mediated Communication Magazine
Computer-Mediated Communication Magazine
Current issue of CIOS/Comserve Intercom newsletter
THE EDGE: THE E-JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
EJC/REC: The Electronic Journal of Communication / La Revue Electronique de
Table of Contents
**SSCA's official newsletter
Electronic Journal Miner
**Web page which searches a wide variety of web pages
The Electronic Journal of Communication
Full-Text Electronic Journals in Speech Communication
Journal of Applied Communication
Journal of Communication
Journal of Communication Studies Arkansas State Communication
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication (JCMC)
Links to Psychological/Social Science Journals
**A web page which searches more than 150,000 journals, magazines, etc.
Communique - Table of Contents SIETAR
The SIETAR International Journal
The Southern States Communication Association Newsletter
Speech Education Back Issues Vols. 1-12 (Tables of Contents)
Web Journal of Mass Communication Research
World Communication Back Issues Vols. 1-29 (Tables of Contents)
Communication Studies Central Communication Association
**Call for manuscripts, subscription information, etc.
COMMUNICATION THEORY ICA
The Edge The E-Journal of intercultural relations
Human Communication Research ICA
**information, table of contents and abstracts
Southern Communication Journal SSCA
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES & SUBSCRIPTION AND COPYRIGHT INFORMATION
Women and Language ICA
Women and Language is an international, interdisciplinary research
periodical publishing thought-provoking essays and inquiries, book reviews,
bibliographies, and more, on topics of interest to a wide range of scholars
interested in communication, language and gender.
Links to Useful Information
Academic Research Starting Points
**Useful links to resources for communication scholars.
Intercultural Nonverbal Communication: A Bibliography
Politeness: A Bibliography
Culture and Education: A bibliography
Center for Communication Studies Language and Linguistics
**Links to associations, conferences, resources, etc.
CIOS (Communication Institute for Online Scholarship)
Whitepages now provides information on 4,000 communication
scholars/students; hot links allow you to auto-send email to listed
individuals; other hot links allow auto search for background information on
individuals (publications, e-conference contributions, etc.). Try it:
CIOS WWW System Supports New Whitepages Directory
The inauguration of the new world wide web interface to CIOS/Comserve
services made it possible to significantly enhance the whitepages service --
the online directory of communication scholars and students. It is now
considerably more interactive and provides access to a very large database
of communication scholars.
The new CIOS whitepages database contains information on more than
4,000 scholars and students. You can search the database for any text
string: names, professional interests, email addresses, etc. The
search system supports wildcard searching, proximity searching, and full
Boolean search logic.
The best feature however is that the displayed search results are
interactive. If a located entry contains an email address, it will be
displayed by your browser as a selectable hot link. Simply click on it
and your browser will allow you to send mail to that address.
All last names in entries are also displayed as selectable hot
links. Click on a last name and you'll be able to search other CIOS
databases to obtain background information on that individual including
their record of publications and hotline conference messages that
contain the person's name, perhaps from a discussion in which he/she
participated or a discussion in which people mentioned his/her work.
The new system can function as an interactive directory to the field
and as a front end to other CIOS databases. Preparing to visit a
communication department to give a talk or interview for a job?
Selecting a Masters or Ph.D. program? Search by geographic location
(e.g., "Salt Lake City") and you can locate most of the communication
scholars who live there. Click on a scholar's last name and quickly
pull up his/her publication record.
With the new whitepages system, the CIOS is withdrawing support for
the long-standing email based system provided within the Comserve email
interface since 1986. The new whitepages system is available now and
will remain available to the general public until the start of the
1996-1997 academic year when it will become restricted to CIOS members
and those from CIOS affiliate institutions.
**Great resources for studying communication.
Many services available only to members.
A collaborative research study of computer-mediated communication.
**A collaborative study of online communication,
**for CIOS members
Communication World Lecture Hall
**Class syllabuses, textbook lists, etc., on a wide variety of classes
related to communication.
**Various general links and communication-specific links.
COMMUNICATION, DANCE & THEATRE
Our department offers a variety of humanities and social science based
courses of study as well as many opportunities for the professional
development of our students. Use this site to find out about events and
programs of study in Communication, Dance & Theatre, to contact the
department, or to retrieve convenient registration forms.
**Communication resources in a variety of fields.
Communications and Networking in Education: Learning in a Networked
The International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and its
Working Groups 3.1 (ICT on secondary education) and 3.5 (ICT on elementary
education) in association with 3.6 (distance learning) under the Technical
Committee on Education (TC3) invite researchers, developers, and
practitioners to share their experiences in an Open Conference
Communications and Networking in Education: Learning in a Networked Society,
ComNEd'99 in Aulanko, Finland.
Communication Research Weblinks
Communication Resources On-line
This is the general purpose page for the communication ring. Here you'll
find out what the ring is all about, next steps for joining, and the details
for coding a page within the ring.
sites in the communication ring
**Links to various organizations, periodicals, etc.
Communication Studies Center American Communication Association
**Links to a variety of resources, including journals/newspapers, syllabi,
calls for submissions/participation, etc.
Here we have compiled a short list of resources that may be useful to
researchers, academics, and professionals in various areas related to
Full Text Search of 12,000 Web Pages from 250
Communication/Journalism/Speech/Rhetoric - Related Web Sites
COMM.world University of Texas
**Links to online journals, language and culture resources, etc.
**Information about how to subscribe to the Communication Research and
Cultural Communication Media Studies
**Many useful resources related to communication.
Electronic Reference Shelf Research Centers
General Communications Studies
**Links to journals, organizations, etc.
Graduate Student Association
**Links to various types of speech communication resources, some
specifically for University of Illinois graduate students, but many general
Grant and Fellowship Archive
Guide to Resources in Speech Communication
Happy Fun Communication Land
**An excellent site with extensive information about various areas of
**Links to a variety of sites related to various ethnic groups.
The Internet as a Tool for the Communication Scholar
Internet Research Links
**A vast list of useful links.
**List of sites in mass communication, group communication, organizational
communication, hypermedia, e-mail, computer-mediated communication, etc.
**Very good resource for public speaking, etc.
Links of Interests AEJMC
Links To Communication Information Resources
Links to Communication Research-Related Sites
Links to Other Related Sites The Chinese Communication Association
Links to Resources University of Iowa
Links to web sites on peace and conflict resolution
Media and Communication Sites
**A wide variety of links related to such topics as TV and radio, textual
analysis, media education, and film studies.
MindCom: Communication and Mind Forum
The forum is intended for students of this subject from various backgrounds
and levels of academia and beyond.
Open Directory Communication
**Directories to various communication-related topics.
Oral Communication Links Page
Research Archives Association for Chinese Communication Studies
Radio Archive of the University of Memphis
Research & CRTNET News
The daily electronic newsletter serviced by the National Communication
Research Resources Speech Communication Graduate Student Association
Rogue Communication Domain Directory
**A variety of useful communication-related materials.
Speech Associations, News, and other Web Links for Professionals
Speech Communication Resources
Test your knowledge of human communication
Virtual Communication Assistants
Welcome to the Virtual Communication Assistants Site. This site links a
series of tutorials designed to assist individuals in various interpersonal
tasks. These resource sites include:
The Virtual Presentation Assistant
The Virtual Meeting Assistant
The Virtual Interviewing Assistant
The Virtual Research Assistant
The Virtual Statistical Assistant
The Virtual Team Assistant (U of Illinios)
The Virtual Teaching Assistant
These online resources are not complete in themselves but have links to
relevant www and non www material.
Window on the Web University of Kansas
**Communication-related pages maintained by the University of Kansas
Department of Communication.
WWW Communication Resources
**Various communication-related links.
WWW Virtual Library: Social Science
Yahoo : Social Science : Communications :
Areas in Communication
**Lists of links.
Advertising Department Michigan State University
Communication Studies: Advertising
Business and Technical Communication Ohio State University
Business Communication ACA
Business Communication E-mail Discussion Lists
Business Communication Quarterly
Business Communication Resources
Business Communication Resources Student Web Site
Business Communication Resource Links
The Journal of Business Communication (JBC)
ARGUMENTATION AND CRITICAL THINKING
**Links to a variety of debate-related pages.
CEDA The Cross Examination Debate Association
Minnesota Debate Teachers Association
National Debate Tournament Home Page
The NDT home page is designed to provide information about NDT-style
intercollegiate debate and links to the home pages of NDT debate programs at
colleges and universities in the U.S.
Speech & Debate
**Links to useful web sites.
Wake Forest University Debate Team
HealthCom: The Health Communication Forum
Welcome to the Health Communication student forum. The forum is intended for
students of this subject from various backgrounds and levels of academia and
beyond. In other words, it's intended for you if you're interested!
Health and Science Communication
International Health Communication Hotline
Association for Business Communication Intercultural Committee
British Studies in Intercultural Communication
Centre for Intercultural Communication
Cross-Cultural Resources on the Web
CTHEORY is an international journal of theory, technology and culture.
Articles, interviews, and key book reviews in contemporary discourse are
published weekly as well as theorisations of major "event-scenes" in the
**Frequently Asked Questions list for a list on cultural studies, including
Department of Intercultural Communication and Management
The Edge THE E-JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
Research Center Department of Communication: Southeastern Louisiana
**Extensive list of links.
IAICS International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies
Intercultural Communication Southern Illinois University
**a division of SSCA
This site goes into research, courses and publications on: communication
strategies, adult language learning, language learning in computers (neural
networks), and language vitality of ethnic groups in Europe, Australia, and
**An online journal.
Intercultural Communication Center
Intercultural Communication Homepage
**Useful web page with an extensive list of links.
Intercultural Communication Institute
**Institute which offers courses in intercultural communication.
Intercultural Communication Loop
**A web ring of intercultural communication sites
Intercultural Communication class
Intercultural Communication class
Intercultural Communication: SIS Fall semester 1997
Intercultural Communication Useful Sources for Information in a Search
Intercultural communication The McGraw-Hill Companies
Intercultural Communication and Competence
**These pages provide links to various organizations and resources that may
be useful to people interested in intercultural communication and competence
(ICC) especially as they affect management and employment practices in
Europe and related areas.
'ICC' is used as an umbrella term for several related areas such as:
intercultural competence, cross-cultural training, multiculturalism, etc.
INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION HOME PAGE class
INTERCULTURAL-COMMUNICATION@JISCMAIL.AC.UK mailing list
The Intercultural Communication Network (ICCN)
The aims of the Intercultural Communication Network is to
promote intercultural education and research
discuss and exchange information related to intercultural issues
market intercultural skills of the network members
arrange and participate in intercultural symposia.
Intercultural Communication Related Websites
Intercultural Communication: Select Bibliography
Intercultural Communication Study Guide
Intercultural Communication Website Overview
Intercultural Management Quarterly
**Resources related to intercultural communication, including information
about dealing with culture shock, links to conferences and information about
Internet for International Communication
**Lessons introducing students to the use of the internet.
Japan Center for Intercultural Communication
Jennifer's Language Page
At this site you can learn how to say several words and phrases in hundreds
of different languages. My goal is to include every language, so that people
will be able to say at least a few words to anyone they meet, anywhere in
Media, Information Technology and Intercultural Communication Studies
(MITICS) Consulting Group
Society for Cross-Cultural Research
SCCR is an organization of about 200 members devoted to pursuing
cross-cultural research from a multidisciplinary perspective. The Society
includes Psychologists, Anthropologists, Sociologists, other social
scientists, and members of other disciplines such as Communications,
Business, and Education. SCCR was founded by George Murdock and others in
1971 when he was head of the Cross-Cultural Cumulative Coding Center at the
University of Pittsburgh. Ronald Rhoner, also instrumental in the decision
to found the Society, organized the first meeting in 1972 and drafted the
constitution and by-laws. The Society is committedly multidisciplinary, and
its Presidency rotates among Anthropologists, Psychologists, and other
social scientists. Whereas early members were heavily involved in
hologeistic research, often in conjunction with the Human Relations Area
Files (HRAF), the methodological perspectives of the membership have
broadened over the years to include a wide range of cross-cultural interests
Virtual Intercultural Communication
**Bulletin board for discussion of intercultural communication.
Web Resources for Intercultural Communication Classes
C122: Interpersonal Communication
**Course syllabus and materials.
Empathy Interpersonal and small group communication
Interpersonal Communication Articles
Interpersonal Communication Resources on the Web and on the Net
Popular films for interpersonal communication and small group
In this section we provide recommendations of popular films, documentaries,
and television shows which have instructional value. We will also post
instructions for assignments using these resources.
TEXTBOOKS for Interpersonal Communication, Group Communication, etc.
**Links to publishers with annotations about what the types of textbooks
that they specialize in. Also, links to annotated lists of
Mass Communication and Telecommunication
Communications & Telecommunications
**A list of links in a wide variety of areas.
Film Studies Resources
Gender and Race in Media
The Popular Communication Division of the International Communication
**Brief explanations of various aspects of nonverbal communication, with
applications to management.
**Some nonverbal communication information.
**Explanation of issues related to nonverbal communication.
Nonverbal Communication Research Page Louisiana College
**A links page for resources related to nonverbal communication.
NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION IN TEXT BASED VIRTUAL REALITIES
**A thesis about nonverbal communication in text-based virtual
Exploring Nonverbal Communication
Defining the Organizational Communication Track
Human Resource Management Resources on the Internet
**An extensive list of links to resources.
Organizational Behaviour, Interpersonal & Communication Skills
**Bibliography of organizational communication articles.
Organizational Communication Research
The Social Design of Worklife With Computers and Networks: An Open Natural
**Links to web resources for course in global organizational
PUBLIC RELATIONS Southern States Communication Association
Public Relations Society of America
American Public Address
**Texts of some famous American speeches, with explanation of the context in
which the speech was delivered.
Douglass - Archives of American Public Address
**Extensive resources, a well-organized and ever-growing resource for
American public speeches.
Gifts of Speech
History Channel's Speech Archive
Recordings of significant public speeches on a variety of topics. Requires
RealAudio player to listen to the speeches.
Links for public speaking
**A wide variety of useful links to resources related to speeches, advice
for public speakers, etc.
Martin Luther King Archives
Online Speech Bank
Public Speaking McGraw-Hill's
Public Speaking Website
Reference Links for Students of Public Address
Selected Speeches John Fitzgerald Kennedy
The Speaker's Companion
**Information about a program to help in writing and delivering
**Commercial site for generating speeches for a variety of occasions.
Speeches and Speechmakers
**Links to many different speeches and resources for writing
CICERO ON THE GENRES OF RHETORIC
The Forest of Rhetoric
This online rhetoric, provided by Dr. Gideon Burton of
Brigham Young University, is a guide to the terms of classical and
renaissance rhetoric. Sometimes it is difficult to see the forest (the big
picture) of rhetoric because of the trees (the hundreds of Greek and Latin
terms naming figures of speech, etc.) within rhetoric.
This site is intended to help beginners, as well as experts, make sense of
rhetoric, both on the small scale (definitions and examples of specific
and on the large scale (the purposes of rhetoric, the patterns into which it
has fallen historically as it has been taught and practiced for 2000+
A Glossary of Rhetorical Terms with Examples
The House of Rhetoric Is Always Open
Presidential Campaign Rhetoric 2004
Rhetoric and Public Address Resources
Rhetorical Studies Resources
Rhetorical Sstudies, Theory, and Philosophy
Speech Communication 210
**Modules for course in Fundamentals of Public Communication.
Speech Communication 212
**Advice and resources for writing a persuasive speech.
Research Resources from the Speech Communication Graduate Student
Association at UIUC
UCLA Speech and Debate
Suggested Speech Communication References
Arkansas State Communication Association
Business Communication E-mail Discussion Lists
Commun-L Discussion List
Subscription Address: Send an email message "Show Hotlines"
toComserve@cios.llc.rpi.edu This will send you a description of the
To subscribe to a chosen Comserv e-conference, the form of the message
should be as follows: Join Hotline name Your name
Numerous e-conferences pertaining to topics related to study of human
communication are available through the services of
CSCAISGC (CSCA Interpersonal & Small Group Communication) :
language-culture (Language and Culture Distribution):
Announcements for NDT debate
Discussion of NDT Debate
This e-conference is part of the Comserve system, and its aim is to provide
information about recently released and forthcoming books in communication
Discussion of issues and studies in communication and information
This e-conference, Visual and Verbal Semiotics, was formerly Telesi-L. It
aims for dicussion addressing issues related to semiotics, verbal and
non-verbal communication, language behavior, visual issues, and
Stutt-L is devoted to the problem of stuttering.
XCUL (Cross-Cultural Researchers' List) : LISTSERV@UTEPVM.UTEP.EDU
XCULT-L (International Intercultural Newsletter): LISTSERV@PSUVM.PSU.EDU
Discussion of the X*Change information service that X*Press Information
Services Ltd. distributes over some cable television systems. Topics include
general information, datastream format, alternate user interfaces,
Academic Communications Sites Around the World
This list compiles Communications, Journalism and Media sites in
universities around the world.
Canadian Departments of Communication
Colleges and Departments of Communication SSCA
** Long list of links to communication programs throughout the US
College & University Speech Communication and Theater Departments
Communication Departments & Programs
Communication Studies in Higher Education
Directory of Graduate Programs
Links to Graduate Programs in Communication Studies
University (Comms and Telecoms Departments)
**in various countries
Individual Programs or Departments
School of Communication American University
Communication Arts & Sciences Calvin College
Doane College's Communication Studies
Communication & Rhetorical Studies Duquesne University
School of Communication Emerson College
Department of Communication and Theatre
Emporia State University
General Communications Studies Governors State University
Human Performance & Training Governors State University
Intercultural and International Communication Governors State
Communication Studies Indiana University
Department of Communication and Culture Indiana University
Speech and Theater Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
Department of Communication Michigan State University
Department of Communication NC State University
Department of Communication NOrth Dakota State University
Department of Communication Northern Kentucky University
Speech Communication Northwestern State University
Speech Communication Interaction Program Oklahoma State University
School of Interpersonal Communication Ohio University
Speech Department Oklahoma State University
Communication, Dance and Theatre Saint Mary's College
Department of Speech Communication Southwest Texas State
The Unofficial Suffolk College Web Stite
University of Colorado at Boulder Department of Communication
Department of Advertising & Public Relations the University of Alabama
Center for Environmental Communication Studies University of
Department of Speech Communication University of Illinois
Communication Studies University of Kansas
University of Maine Department of Communication and Journalism
Department of Communication University of Maryland
Department of Communication University of Missouri
Communication Department the University of Missouri at St. Louis
Department of Communication Studies University of Northern Iowa
Department of Communication The University of Southern Maine
Speech Communication the University of Texas at Austin
University of Utah Department of Communication
School of Communication University of Washington
Wake Forest University
Department of Communication Wayne State University
Department of Communications & Theatre Arts Western Connecticut State
Publishers and Bookshops
Allyn & Bacon and Longman
Greenwood Publishing Group
Harcourt College Publishers
KendallHunt Publishing Company
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Mayfield Publishing Company
Peterlang Lang Publishing Group
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Roxbury Publishing Company
State University of New York Press
University of Chicago Press
The University of Alabama Press
University of South Carolina Press
Communication Cafe Wadsworth
Welcome to the Communications Cafe, a resource center for both instructors
and students. This Web site is an extension of the communications products
and services offered from Wadsworth Publishing, an International Thomson
Joan E. Aitken's
**Links to journals, student support resources, and textbooks support
Steven R. Corman
**Information about Prof. Corman's research, courses in organizational
communication and communication technology, and other interests.
Cynthia Galivan's Home Page
**Information about Prof. Galivin's courses in speech communication and
Robert L. Ivie
**Information on Prof. Ivie's courses in rhetoric.
John Louis Lucaites
**Information on Prof. Lucaites research and teaching on rhetoric.
Kristina K. Horn Sheeler
**Information on Prof. Sheeler's research on women's political rhetoric and
her teaching in various fields of communication.
Robert E. Terrill
**Information about Prof. Terrill's courses in public speaking, political
communication, and communication and culture.
Scott Tucker Home Page
**Information on Prof. Tucker's courses speech courses and links to
communication-related web resources.
Sarah Zupko's Cultural Studies Center
**Links to journals, papers, conferences, etc., related to popular culture.