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The CMMi Press was established in 2019 as the publishing arm of the CMM Institute for Personal and Social Evolution. The Institute is committed to making better social worlds through paying particular attention to the quality of the communication patterns in which we participate. The CMMi Press publishes books that promote this approach with the intent of inspiring better communication practices for making social worlds we would all want to live in.

If you have a publishing idea or a manuscript in preparation that you think will fit the aims of our Press, please contact Robyn Penman, our commissioning editor, at CMMI.penman@gmail.com

 

 

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From the CMMi Press

Penman, R. & Jensen, A. (2019) Making Better Social Worlds: Inspiration from the Theory of the Coordinated Management of Meaning.

 

Other Publications

Creede, C., Fisher-Yoshida, B. & Gallegos, P. (Eds.), (2012). The reflective, facilitative and interpretive practices of the Coordinated Management of Meaning: Making lives, making meaning. 

 

Creede, C., Fisher-Yoshida, B. & Gallegos, P. (Eds.), (2012). The reflective, facilitative and interpretive practices of the Coordinated Management of Meaning: Making lives, making meaning

 

Littlejohn, S & McNamee, S (Eds.), (2014). The Coordinated Management of Meaning: A Festschrift in honor of W. Barnett Pearce. 

 

Pearce, K. (2012). Compassionate communicating: poetry, prose & practices. 

Pearce, K. (2011). Public engagement and civic maturity:  A Public Dialogue Consortium perspective

Rascon, N. & Littlejohn, S. (2017). Coordinated Management of Meaning (CMM): A research manual. 

Sostrin, J. Pearce, W.B. & Pearce, K. (2012). CMM Solutions—Field Guide

 

Sostrin, J. Pearce, W.B. & Pearce, K. (2012). CMM Solutions—Workbook

 

Parker, P. Hall, T. Kram, K. Wasserman, I. (2018). Polly Parker, (Douglas) Tim Hall and Kathy Kram: Peer Coaching at Work

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