communications

Can’t see the mountain for the trees

Today I am posting a link to my final paper presentation for the course Communicating Mindfully. In it, I use the theory of distance in interpersonal relationship as a tool for relational success in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.┬áThe paper focuses on the conflict between Elizabeth Bennet and Lady Catherine de Bourgh. Lady Catherine can't… Continue reading Can’t see the mountain for the trees

communications, digital media, religion, Spirituality

The community of Church memory and how things change

In Communication Ethics Literacy: Dialogue and Difference, the authors discuss the theory developed by Robert Bellah that organization are holders of a "community of memory" (Arnett, Fritz, and Bell, 2009). No organization or individual exists in a vacuum, especially not the Church. The Christian Church has a long history of tradition, or holding the community… Continue reading The community of Church memory and how things change