Published on March 17, 2022
The IEEE Professional Communication Society is proud to announce the publication of its special issue on Enacting Social Justice in Professional Communication, guest-edited by Godwin Agboka and Isidore Dorpenyo.
Because IEEE ProComm recognizes the significance of the topic as well as the issue’s scope (250 pages), we have arranged to unlock the content for 30 days, effective today. The issue’s table of contents is given below. It is available at https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/mostRecentIssue.jsp?punumber=47.
The Role of Technical Communicators in Confronting Injustice—Everywhere, G. Y. Agboka and I. K. Dorpenyo
(Re)Designing Technical Documentation About COVID-19 with and for Indigenous Communities in Gainesville, Florida, Oaxaca de Juárez, Mexico, and Quetzaltenango, Guatemala, L. Gonzales, R. Lewy, E. H. Cuevas, and V. L. G. Ajiataz
Embodying Public Feminisms: Collaborative Intersectional Models for Engagement, T. Mckoy, C. Shelton, C. Davis, and E. A. Frost
Unjust Revisions: A Social Justice Framework for Technical Editing, S. Clem and R. Cheek
Relational Recruiting: Using Black Feminist Theory to Inform Graduate Recruiting Strategies, J.-J. Alexander and R. Walton
Living Testimonios: How Latinx Graduate Students Persist and Enact Social Justice Within Higher Education, L. L. Phillips and R. L. DeLeon
Building Towards More Just Data Practices, C. C. Gouge and E. B. Carlson
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