PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION, SOCIAL JUSTICE,
AND THE GLOBAL SOUTH

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From the editors

Gerald Savage and Godwin Agboka
Guest editors’ introduction to special issue: Professional communication, social justice, and the Global South (pp. 3–17)
http://dx.doi.org/10.21310/cnx.4.1.16savetal

Research articles

Huiling Ding, Xiaoli Li, and Austin Caldwell Haigler
Access, oppression, and social (in)justice in epidemic control: Race, profession, and communication in SARS outbreaks in Canada and Singapore (pp. 21–55)
http://dx.doi.org/10.21310/cnx.4.1.16dinetal

Lucía Durá
What’s wrong here? What’s right here? Introducing the positive deviance approach to community-based work (pp. 57–89)
http://dx.doi.org/10.21310/cnx.4.1.16dur

Ishani Mukherjee and Maggie Griffith Williams
Branding authenticity, global–localization and technology: Thematic analysis of two West Bengal urban–rural handicrafts NPO websites (pp. 91–130)
http://dx.doi.org/10.21310/cnx.4.1.16muketal

Dawn Opel and Paulette Stevenson
Do Women Win? Transnational development NGOs, discourses of empowerment, and cross-cultural technology initiatives in the Global South (pp. 131–157)
http://dx.doi.org/10.21310/cnx.4.1.16opeetal

Rebecca Walton
Making expertise visible: A disruptive workplace study with a social justice goal (pp. 159–186)
http://dx.doi.org/10.21310/cnx.4.1.16wal

connexions interviews

Rebecca Dingo
University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA
video  doi:10.21310/cnxvid.4.1.16din  [forthcoming]
transcript (pp. 189–199) http://dx.doi.org/10.21310/cnx.4.1.16din

Sonja Vartiala
Finnwatch, Finland
video  doi:10.21310/cnxvid.4.1.16var  [forthcoming]
transcript (pp. 201–208) http://dx.doi.org/10.21310/cnx.4.1.16var


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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 School of Communication at the University of Central Arkansas. © 2012–2016 (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0).