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Altar-ing Family Communication: The Shrine/Altar Project in the Family Communication Course
This paper describes an assignment originally designed for a course in family communication now being taught at the upper undergraduate level at a state university in the southwestern United States. The shrine, the project/assignment described in the paper, combines locally relevant cultural traditions which are broadly applicable with course concepts such as defining families; family stories and meaning making; family themes; rituals and traditions; family rules and roles, and so forth.
Contributor: Crabtree, Robbin D.
Date Published: 11-00
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Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association (86th, Seattle, WA, November 9-12, 2000). Photographs may not reproduce adequately.
141 Reports--Descriptive; 150 Speeches/Meeting Papers
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