The PHILCOM Division of the ICA as Seen from the Margins by a Formerly Fem-us Rebellious Ragamuffin: A Personal Reflection

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Brenda Dervin was president of The International Communication Association from 1985–86. This essay is her personal recollection as a participant on the margins and a witness of the founding of the organization's Philosophy of Communication Division, the first of the divisions in ICA which broke with the then normative attentions of that association to quantitative bench science.

Document Type: Research Article


Affiliations: Ohio State University

Publication date: October 1, 2005

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