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, NCA CRTNET, Nancy Jackson

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Date: Wed 4/23/03

From: Nancy Jackson nancyj@CLEMSON.EDU

Time to clear your office? Someone needs your unused communication books!

As you might know, during the Soviet era, Russians were not encouraged to communicate openly. Therefore, while linguistics and pedagogy flourished in academia, there was little emphasis on teaching or research in effective communication-- in speech, groups, organizations, interpersonal or any of communication's multiple facets. The Russian Communication Association (RCA) has therefore started a project to collect books, journals and videos to send to Russia, where a library of resources will be maintained. Russian scholars will adapt the materials to their unique needs, and develop a communication research and pedagogy appropriate for Russian culture.

You can help by packaging your un-used books, journals, and materials and sending them to someone who really needs them. The process is fairly easy. You go to the post office and get an "M" bag, and then put the books in a box, label the box, put the box in the "M" bag, label the bag and take it to the post office. The postage is about $1.00 a pound. You can have your speech club do a fundraiser for the postage, take up a collection among faculty, or write a small grant.

We'd like to keep a database for the library, so please take note of what you send, and send me a list. Also, use this e-mail address for any questions. (Nancyj@clemson.edu) thanks!

Send materials to:
Dr. Irina N. Rozina Institute of Management, Business and Law
Bldg. 33A/47, M. Nagibina Ave.
Rostov-na-Donu
344068
Russia

 
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