Awards

Communication Ethics Division

Interest Group Award

Listed here are awards given by the Interest Group to its members. Interests Groups are smaller communities within NCA's large membership that provide a range of resources including networking opportunities, Annual Convention programming, leadership opportunities, awards, and specialized information dissemination channels, among others.

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Top Single-Author Book of the Year Award

Year Award Winner
2017 Ronald C. Arnett, Levinas's Rhetorical Demand: The Unending Obligation of Communication Ethics (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press 2017)
2016 David Gunkel, Of Remixology: Ethics and Aesthetics After Remix (MIT 2016)

Top Journal Article of the Year Award

Year Award Winner
2017 Scott R. Stroud, "Rhetoric, Ethics & the Principle of Charity," Language and Dialogue 7.1(2017), 26-44.
2016 Paula Tompkins, “Acknowledgement, Justice, and Communication Ethics,” Review of Communication 15(2015), 240-257.

Top Paper Award

Year Award Winner
2017 Alexandra Klaren, "Becoming Dialogical: An Inquiry into the Communication Ethics Origins of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood"
2016 Leda Cooks, “Intercultural Communication, Ethics and Activism Pedagogy”

Top Student Paper Award

Year Award Winner
2017 David impellizzeri, "Recovering the Self and Practical Reason: Charles Taylor at the Intersection of Communication Eithcs, Rhetoric, and Hermeneutics"
2016 Margaret Mullan, “Hope and History Rhyme: Other-ways of Remembering and Forgetting in Northern Ireland”