Re-Imagining Professional Communication Pedagogy for the Globalized Classroom: Special Issue Introduction

James Barker, David A Victor, Linda R Macdonald

Abstract


Our special issue of the Journal of Rhetoric, Professional Communication, and Globalization investigates the changing character of professional communication pedagogy in an increasingly integrated world economy. To that end, the articles in this special issue explore how to adapt the teaching of professional communication in a way that meets the demands of an increasingly globalized student body. We hope, too, that this special issue promotes RPCG as a channel for future streams of research and thought for scholars to engage the interculturally-shaped pedagogical issues emerging from our present globalized classrooms.

Keywords


Professional Communication, Pedagogy, Globalized Classroom

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