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St. Germaine co-edits RPCG

January 02, 2013

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Dr. Nicole St. Germaine, associate professor in the Department of English and Modern Languages at ASU, and Dr. Barry Thatcher of  New Mexico State University recently co-edited a special edition on health communication in the journal Rhetoric, Professional Communication, and Globalization. This issue focuses on health communication practices across cultures and features articles from many renowned scholars in the field. Dr. St. Germaine wrote the editor’s intro, as well as  the article “The Hispanic social media revolution: Spanish-language healthcare pages on Facebook” featured in the edition.

 

Rhetoric, Professional Communication, and Globalization is an online, peer-reviewed journal edited by Dr. Barry Thatcher, renowned expert in border communication. The journal is published annually, and this is the third edition of the journal. You can read this special edition of the journal here: http://www.rpcg.org/index.php?journal=rpcg

 

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