Resources - Civility Research
The following are articles on civility curated by Common Theme Faculty Fellow Khadija Khaja. Article title link to PDFs available to download.
Balibar, Etienne, (2009). Violence and civility: On the limits of political anthropology. A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies, 20 (2 and 3), 9-36.
Hyater-Adams, Y.A. ( 2010 ). Learning diversity and leadership skills through transformative narratives. Tamara Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry, 8 (4), 208-232.
Lane, S.D. (2005). Dialogic civility: A narrative to live by. Texas Speech Communication Journal, 29 (2), 174-183.
Lyons, S.R. (2011). Actually existing Indian Nations: Modernity, diversity and the future of Native American studies. American Indian Quarterly Journal, 35 (3), 295-313.
Khaja, K., Griffith, D., Grove, K., & McIntosh, I. (2013). Civil discourse: A qualitative research study at a large mid-western university. Report of the Common Theme Project Civil Discourse Focus Group Study, Indianapolis, IN.
King, E.B., Dawson, J.F., West, M.A., Gilrane, V.L., Peddie, C.I., & Bastin, L. (2011). Why organizational and community diversity matter: Representativeness and the emergence of incivility and organizational performance. Academy of Management Journal, 54 (6), 1103-1118.
Mayo, C. (2002). The binds that tie: Civility and social difference. Educational Theory, 52 (2), 169-186.
Mullen, C.A., Bettez, S.C., & Wilson, C.M. (2011). Fostering community life and human civility in academic departments through covenant practice. Educational Studies, 47, 280-305.