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Nicolas Bencherki

Organizational communication, technology and collaborative work, language and social interaction, theory and philosophy of communication, qualitative methods

The World Within Reach
Nicolas Bencherki
Assistant Professor
 

College of Arts and Sciences
Department: Communication

Affiliated Faculty
Department of Information Science, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Address:
SS 337
Phone:
518-442-4874

 

Education

Ph.D., Communication, Université de Montréal, and Sociology, Sciences Po Paris

Research Interests

Organizational Communication, Technology and Collaborative Work, Language and Social Interaction, Theory and Philosophy of Communication, Qualitative Methods and Ethnography

Publications

Bencherki, Nicolas (2014). L'ethnométhodologie et l'École de Montréal [Ethnomethodology and the Montreal School]. In Hélène Bourdeloie et David Douyère (Eds.), Méthodes de recherche sur l'information et la communication [Research methods on information and communication]. Paris: Éditions Mare & Martin.

Bartels, Gerald and Bencherki, Nicolas (2013). Actor-Network-Theory and Creativity Research. In Elias G. Carayannis (Ed.), Springer Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship (pp. 29-35). Berlin: Springer.

Bencherki, Nicolas and Cooren, François (2013). Philosophy of communication. In Communication. Oxford Bibliographies Online. doi: 10.1093/obo/9780199756841-0123

Bencherki, Nicolas (2013). The hybrid performance of a district, the limits of speech acts and the possibility of a material ethics. Collegium,13, 28-44

Bencherki, Nicolas (2011). Quel mode d'existence pour l'organisation? [What mode of existence for the organization?], Revue internationale de communication sociale et publique, 5, 75-92.

Bencherki, Nicolas and Cooren, François (2011). Having to Be: The Possessive Constitution of Organization. Human Relations, 64(12), 1579-1607.

Bencherki, Nicolas (2011). Mediators and the Material Stabilization of Society. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 9(1), 1-6.

Cooren, François and Bencherki, Nicolas (2011). How Things do Things With Words: Ventriloquism, Passion and Technology. Encyclopaideia, journal of phenomenology and education, 28, 35-61.