Historicizing Power and Legitimacy After the Social Justice Turn: Resisting Narcissistic Tendencies
As a field committed to solving problems, technical and professional communication (TPC) seems well positioned to engage the challenges that come with social justice work intellectually and respond with practical solutions. In this article, the authors argue that power and legitimacy are critical terms that can propel our social justice work, if we can recast them in our disciplinary history and ultimately renegotiate them in the trajectories of our disciplinary futures.
Cecilia D. Shelton & Sarah Warren-Riley (2022) Historicizing Power and Legitimacy After the Social Justice Turn: Resisting Narcissistic Tendencies, Technical Communication Quarterly, DOI: 10.1080/10572252.2022.2141898
Technical Communication Quarterly