Communication as Culture
James W. Carey
Two Models of Communication
Slide Show: "The History of the Future"
Slide Show: "Technology and Ideology: The Case of the Telegraph"
Suggested Readings on Ritual Communication:
Carey, J. W. (1989). Communication as culture: Essays on Media and
society. Winchester, MA: Unwin Hyman.
|Knuf, J. (1992). "Spit first and then say what you want!" Concerning the
use of language and ancillary codes in ritualized communication. Quarterly
journal of speech, 78, 466-482. |
|Knuf, J. (1993). "Ritual" in organizational culture theory: Some
theoretical reflections and a plea for greater terminilogical rigor. In S. A.
Deetz (Ed.), Communication yearbook 16 (pp. 61-103). Newbury Park, CA:
|Knuf, J. (1994). Ritual and irony: Observations about the discourse of
political change in two Germanies. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 80,
|Leeds-Hurwitz, W. (2002). Wedding as text: Communicating cultural
identities through ritual. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. |
|Marvin, C. (1990, Fall). Reconsidering James Carey: How many rituals does
it take to make an artifact?" American Journalism History, 7(4),
Munson, E. S., & Warren, C. A. (Eds.). (1997).
James Carey: A critical reader. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota
|Otnes, C. C., & Lowrey, T. M. (Eds.). (2004). Contemporary consumption
rituals: A research anthology. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. |
|Putnam, L. L., Van Hoeven, S. A., & Bullis, C. A. (1991). The role of
rituals and fantasy themes in teachers' bargaining. Western Journal of
Speech Communication, 55, 85-103. |
Rothenbuhler, E. W. (1998). Ritual communication:
From everyday conversation to mediated ceremony. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.