Saint Louis University
Paaige K. Turner

Associate Professor

phone: 314.977.3193
fax: 314.977.3195
office hours: By Appointment

Degree: Ph.D.
Purdue University

Member, Editorial Board Women and Language, 2009 - present Communication Monographs, 1999, 2000, 2006 - present

Turner, P. K. (2009). If a boy is playing with it, it's a boy toy; if a girl is playing with it, it's a girl toy. In E. Kirby & C. McBride (Eds.). Case Studies in Gender Communication. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing.

Turner, P. K. (2008). The emerging role of alternative midwifery within the wider sociopolitical sphere: A focus upon alternative birth care providers and their relationship with conventional medicine. In J. Adams & P. Tovey (Eds.). Complementary and alternative medicine in nursing and midwifery: Towards a critical social science (pp. 33-51). Oxford: Routledge.

Weaver, T. L, Turner, P. K. Schwarze, N., Thayer, C., & Carter-Sand, S. (2007). The psychological meanings of residual injuries from intimate partner violence: Implications for morbidity and recovery. Women & Health, 45(3), 85-102.

and Speaking 
Turner, P. K. (2008). Oh Work-Life Balance, Where art Thou? Contemporary Investigations II.
Honors and 
SLU Star, Saint Louis University, 2007 / Four time finalist for the College of Arts and Sciences Teaching Award and received a Faculty Excellence Award from the Student Government Association in 2003. / 1999 recipient of the Kramerae Outstanding Dissertation Award presented by the Organization for the Study of Language, Communication and Gender.
General areas of organizational communication / Feminist theory, health communication, and research methods, specifically within the topics of organizational socialization, midwifery and birth, breastfeeding and the body in the workplace
Higher purpose. Greater good.
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