Vol. 1 • No. 1 • 2013

INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION:
yesterday  today  tomorrow

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From the editor

Rosário Durão
International professional communication: An overview
 (pp. 1-24)

International Professional Communication map
IPC-map

Preamble

David R. Russell
International professional communication: Yesterday < today > tomorrow
 (pp. 25-28)

Position papers

Godwin Agboka
International technical communication and social justice: Interrogating the 
international in international technical communication discourse (pp. 29-38)

María Inés Arrizabalaga
Five models and a challenge: Past, present and future of translator training programs in Argentina (pp. 39-45)

Richard Brandt & Rich Rice
Mobile medicine as efficient and effective intercultural health communication praxis (pp. 47-53)

Jody Byrne
Seeing the wood for the trees: Reassessing research agendas in specialized translation (pp. 55-58)

Marco Fiola
Should the market dictate the content of specialized translation curricula? (pp. 59-63)

Sarah Beth Hopton
If not me, who? Encouraging critical and ethical praxis in technical communication (pp. 65-68)

Molly K. Johnson
International service-learning partnerships: Engaging professional communication students in a global future (pp. 69-74)

Kendall Kelly
Genre analysis as a method for improving intercultural communication (pp. 75-80)

Amalia S. Levi
Communicating context: Libraries, archives, and museums in a connected world (pp. 81-87)

Kyle Mattson
Intercultural professional communication in syncretic enclaves: An overview of failed corporate public discourse in Malaysia (pp. 89-97)

Ricardo Muñoz Martín
Birds of a feather: Translation and communication studies (pp. 99-103)

Rich Rice
“Smart” connect-exchange intercultural study abroad models (pp. 105-110)

Debopriyo Roy
Towards experience design: The changing face of technical communication (pp. 111-118)

Clay Spinuzzi & Eva-Maria Jakobs
Integrated writers, integrated writing, and the integration of distributed work (pp. 119-124)

Kirk St.Amant
Finding friction points: Rethinking the flat earth model of globalization (pp. 125-132)

Rodanthi Tzanelli
On Avatar: Digital commerce as activist pedagogy? (pp. 133-137)

Iris Varner
The role of negotiation in intercultural business communication (pp. 139-145)

Rebecca Walton
Civic engagement, information technology, and global contexts (pp. 147-154)

Literature reviews

Diane B. Hogan
Theories that apply to technical communication (pp. 155-165)

Molly K. Johnson
Virtual international service learning: Negotiating boundaries (pp. 167-171)

Julia Mason
Professional writing and video games (pp. 173-178)


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connexions • international professional communication journal (ISSN 2325-6044) is edited by Rosário Durão and Kyle Mattson, and hosted by the Department of Communication, Liberal Arts, and Social Sciences at New Mexico Tech and the Department of Writing at the University of Central Arkansas. © 2012–2015 (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0).