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    Introduction.Elizabeth S. Parks - 2021 - Listening 56 (2):92-95.
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    The ethics of listening: creating space for sustainable dialogue.Elizabeth S. Parks - 2019 - Lanham: Lexington Books.
    The importance of ethical listening -- The power of difference and values that unite -- Take off your armor and bring down the walls: adopting a listening posture -- Dolls and cages: listening as investment and care -- Deep listening: remembering and responding with intentional focus -- Hyenas and chickens: listening as invitation -- Hope for sustainable hospitality -- References -- About the author.
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    Dialogic Listening: Moving Beyond Idealism to Intercultural Ethical Praxis.Elizabeth S. Parks - 2021 - Listening 56 (2):126-136.
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    Listen First: Dialogic Research Ethics With Caribbean Signing Communities.Elizabeth S. Parks - 2019 - Ethics and Behavior 29 (2):156-166.
    Successful research of Caribbean signed languages and deaf communities involves negotiating complex communication ethics toward both people and languages. In this article, I ground a call for ethical listening to Caribbean deaf and signing communities in sociolinguistic research that investigated deaf community and sign language boundaries in the Caribbean. I argue that a dialogic ethic that privileges listening is foundational for ethical research with Caribbean deaf and signing communities by discussing two ethical challenges that were central to understanding their narrative (...)
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    Privileged professionalisms: Using co-cultural communication to strengthen inclusivity in professionalism education and community formation.Elizabeth S. Parks & Janeta F. Tansey - 2022 - Ethics and Behavior 32 (5):431-448.
    ABSTRACT Perpetuation of privileged norming in organizations threatens the fragile hope that the theory and practice of professionalism can evolve alongside commitments to equity and inclusion. Uncritical engagement with a normative professionalism can lead to the muting of differences and strengths that diverse standpoints offer to professional communities. We look to the field of Medicine as an example for other professional groups, in which experts have criticized its development of a normative professionalism shaped by, retaining, and sustaining privilege. Using a (...)
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