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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
The field of technical and professional communication (TPC) is solidly within the social justice turn that encourages TPC practitioners and scholars to consider how their work, if left unchecked, could perpetuate oppressive societal norms, such as racism. Increasing awareness of how technical communicators can combat oppression through coalitional action and through centering multiply marginalized and underrepresented (MMU) voices and experiences through inclusive research methodologies are important components towards equity in TPC. This dissertation presents five accepted publications that demonstrate how narrative methodologies and coalitional work function to enhance scholarly activism and work towards equity. These five publications are thoroughly introduced and put into conversation together in order to draw conclusions about the four phases of social justice in TPC.
Itchuaqiyaq, Cana Uluak, "Iluqata: All of Us" (2021). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 8147.
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