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Dynamics of Intercultural Communication

Dynamics of Intercultural Communication Author Carley Dodd
ISBN-10 0697327256
Release 1997-10-01
Pages 336
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The Dynamics of Intercultural Communication provides a comprehensive introduction to intercultural communication that utilizes a combination of approaches. An interpersonal skills approach shows students how to improve their communication effectiveness, and a persuasive approach provides strategies, theories, and methods for understanding task and relationship development.



The Intercultural Dynamics of Multicultural Working

The Intercultural Dynamics of Multicultural Working Author Manuela Guilherme
ISBN-10 9781847692856
Release 2010
Pages 245
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This book is a theoretical and practical discussion of intercultural communication and interaction and is aimed at academic courses as well as professional development programmes. It focuses, from a critical perspective, on the intercultural dynamics established between the members of multicultural groups/teams in various types of work environments.



Intercultural Relations

Intercultural Relations Author Gary R. Weaver
ISBN-10 1256092851
Release 2013-01-10
Pages 257
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Even in a world made smaller every day by the Internet and social media, we sometimes experience culture shock when interacting with others. Fortunately for those who find themselves lost in an unfamiliar culture, help is at hand in the form of Intercultural Relations: Communication, Identity, and Conflict. Written in an easy, accessible style, this manual provides tools to analyze and interpret the dynamics of intercultural communication on both the domestic and international levels. The author draws upon his many years in the field of international relations as well as his training in psychiatry to show how to better understand and overcome the barriers to effective intercultural communication. While enormously helpful for the junior diplomat, or for the services member anticipating a first deployment, this book contains enough variety to keep even seasoned career officers informed and engaged. It would also be a boon to business people with international clients or to students of intercultural relations. Offered at an affordable price point, unlike most other anthologies in the field, it will enhance anyone's effectiveness in a cross-cultural situation--truly making the world a little smaller through each interaction.



Metaphor and Intercultural Communication

Metaphor and Intercultural Communication Author Andreas Musolff
ISBN-10 9781472570468
Release 2014-05-20
Pages 256
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Metaphor and Intercultural Communication examines in detail the dynamics of metaphor in interlingual contact, translation and globalization processes. Its case-studies, which combine methods of cognitive metaphor theory with those of corpus-based and discourse-oriented research, cover contact linguistic and cultural contacts between Chinese, English including Translational English and Aboriginal English, Greek, Kabyle, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, and Spanish. Part I introduces readers to practical and methodological problems of the intercultural transfer of metaphor through empirical (corpus-based and experimental) studies of translators' experiences and strategies in dealing with figurative language in a variety of contexts. Part II explores the universality-relativity dimension of cross- and intercultural metaphor on the basis of empirical data from various European and non-European cultures. Part III investigates the socio-economic and political consequences of figurative language use through case studies of communication between aboriginal and mainstream cultures, in the media, in political discourse and gender-related discourses. Special attention is paid to cases of miscommunication and of deliberate re- and counter-conceptualisation of clichés from one culture into another. The results open new perspectives on some of the basic assumptions of the 'classic' cognitive paradigm, e.g. regarding metaphor understanding, linguistic relativity and concept-construction.



Communication perspectives cultural diffusion

Communication perspectives cultural diffusion Author Uma Narula
ISBN-10 CORNELL:31924090161294
Release 2000
Pages 168
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The study provides a different perspective on intercultural communication. Researchers, practitioners, professionals and educators who deal in the broad areas of Culture and Communication, immigration in different world societies.



Intercultural Communication and Public Policy

Intercultural Communication and Public Policy Author Iheanacho, Ngozi
ISBN-10 9789785416473
Release 2016-07-25
Pages 384
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As there are different races and people in the world, so there are different cultures - meaning that cultural diversity is inevitable. Through human contact and association cultures meet. In such meetings every individual and culture projects itself as worthy, and should be held in high esteem. In today's world it is not encouraging to be ethnocentric - always taking action or in actions that crystallize and project a feeling of one's own culture or racial superiority. Such attitude obstructs meaningful interaction, human relations, tolerance and co-operation. Conversely, the skill and ability to tolerate and communicate effectively with people from diverse cultures is a social activity which begins from thought to behaviour, in both spoken and non-spoken versions. The book contains 19 essays, structured into five parts.



Dynamic Intercultural Communication

Dynamic Intercultural Communication Author Dodd
ISBN-10 0697201376
Release 1995-02
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Dynamic Intercultural Communication has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Dynamic Intercultural Communication also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Dynamic Intercultural Communication book for free.



Language in the Academy

Language in the Academy Author Dr. Joan Turner
ISBN-10 184769490X
Release 2010-12-01
Pages 240
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This book takes a critical look at why issues of language in higher education are routinely marginalised, despite the growing internationalisation of universities. Through analyses of a variety of intercultural encounters, the book highlights the range of interpretative possibilities available for understanding these encounters, and suggests the role that the reality of the contemporary intercultural dynamic between the Socratic and Confucian pedagogic traditions can play in driving change to the pedagogic practices of higher education. Another important aim of the book is to examine language in the academy as an object of cultural theory. While rooted in the practical and empirical reality of teaching and using language in higher education, this book argues for the importance of examining the institutional interface between language and higher education, and of critically exploring the values inscribed in the pedagogy and evaluation of academic language.



Intercultural Cities

Intercultural Cities Author Bob W. White
ISBN-10 9783319626031
Release 2017-10-09
Pages 393
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This book sets out to explore the political and social potential of intercultural policy for cities by bringing together advances in the areas of urban planning and intercultural theory. In recent years, demographic changes in cities in many parts of the world have led to increasing concerns about inter-ethnic tensions, social inequality, and racial discrimination. By virtue of their intermediate status, cities are in a particularly good position to design policy and programs that contribute to the well-being of all citizens, regardless of their origins. Certain cities have made significant advances in this domain, but until now very little work has been done to understand the specificity of work in the area of intercultural policy frameworks. The overall goal of this volume is to facilitate conversations between researchers and practitioners in their efforts to make cities more inclusive. This volume is the result of a series of on-going collaborations between academics and practitioners and it includes a number of original case studies that explain the evolution of intercultural policy from the point of view local actors. This collection will be of interest especially to policymakers and urban planners, but also to scholars and students in the areas of urban studies, public policy, anthropology, sociology, globalization and social sciences more generally. By leveraging recent advances in the field of intercultural policy and practice, this volume sheds light on the conditions and strategies that make intercultural cities a part of a common future.



The Handbook of Intercultural Discourse and Communication

The Handbook of Intercultural Discourse and Communication Author Christina Bratt Paulston
ISBN-10 9781405162722
Release 2012-02-13
Pages 531
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The Handbook of Intercultural Discourse and Communication contains contributions from established scholars and up-and-coming researchers from a range of disciplines to survey the theoretical perspectives and applied work in this burgeoning area of linguistics. Features contributions from established researchers in sociolinguistics and intercultural discourse Explores the theoretical perspectives underlying work in the field Examines the history of the field, work in cross-cultural communication, and features of discourse ..



Contemporary Leadership and Intercultural Competence

Contemporary Leadership and Intercultural Competence Author Michael A. Moodian
ISBN-10 9781452276809
Release 2008-10-29
Pages 312
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Featuring contributions from some of the world's most renowned cross-cultural management theorists and commentators, this breakthrough text explores the cross-cultural dynamics within organizations. The book examines the evolving role of cultural diversity in the workplace, the application of cultural comprehension to organizations, and the measurement of various aspects of intercultural competence.



Beyond Misunderstanding

Beyond Misunderstanding Author Kristin Bührig
ISBN-10 9789027293664
Release 2006-05-09
Pages 339
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This book challenges two tacit presumptions in the field of intercultural communication research. Firstly, misunderstandings can frequently be found in intercultural communication, although, one could not claim that intercultural communication is constituted by misunderstandings alone. This volume shows how new perspectives on linguistic analyses of intercultural communication go beyond the analysis of misunderstanding. Secondly, intercultural communication is not solely constituted by the fact that individuals from different cultural groups interact. Each contribution of this volume analyses to what extent instances of discourse are institutionally and/or interculturally determined. These linguistic reflections involve different theoretical frameworks, e.g. functional grammar, systemic functional linguistics, functional pragmatics, rhetorical conversation analysis, ethno-methodological conversation analysis, linguistic an­thro­­pology and a critical discourse approach. As the contributions focus on the discourse of genetic counseling, gate-keeping discourse, international team co-operation, international business communication, workplace discourse, internet communication, and lamentation discourse, the book exemplifies that the analysis of intercultural communication is organized in response to social needs and, therefore, may contribute to the social justification of linguistics.



Talking Black and White

Talking Black and White Author Gina Castle Bell
ISBN-10 9781498516907
Release 2017-07-24
Pages 166
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Talking Black and White: An Intercultural Exploration of Twenty-First-Century Racism, Prejudice, and Perception investigates domestic race-related social justice issues and intercultural communication between Black and White individuals. Twenty-first-century racism, racial tensions, prejudice, police brutality, #BLM, misperception, and the role of the past are deconstructed in an engaging, provocative, and accessible manner. Gina Castle Bell explores these dynamics through the lenses of intercultural communication, critical intercultural communication, critical race theory, critical theory, rhetoric, sociology, race and racism, interracial communication, Black communication, identity, identity negotiation, and communication theory. This is an ideal book for scholars, students, and working professionals who are interested in intercultural communication, race relations, and healthy communication across various areas of difference.



Global Business Etiquette

Global Business Etiquette Author Jeanette S. Martin
ISBN-10 9780313397172
Release 2012
Pages 229
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This book provides the invaluable intercultural knowledge to help you make a deal, sell your product, or find a joint venture, no matter where your business takes you.



Cultural Communication and Intercultural Contact

Cultural Communication and Intercultural Contact Author Donal Carbaugh
ISBN-10 9781136691393
Release 2013-11-05
Pages 456
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How is cultural identity accomplished interactively? What happens when different cultural identities contact one another? This book presents a series of papers, from classic essays to original expositions, which respond to these questions. The view of communication offered here -- rather than ignoring culture, or making it a variable in an equation -- is based on cultural patterns and situated communication practices, unveiling the multiplicity of factors involved in particular times and places. The contributors to this unusual volume represent a wide range of fields. Their equally diverse offerings will serve to clarify cultural distinctiveness in some communication phenomena, and lay groundwork for the identification of cross-cultural generalities in others.



Preparing Missionaries for Intercultural Communication

Preparing Missionaries for Intercultural Communication Author Lyman E. Reed
ISBN-10 087808438X
Release 1985
Pages 204
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Preparing Missionaries for Intercultural Communication has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Preparing Missionaries for Intercultural Communication also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Preparing Missionaries for Intercultural Communication book for free.



Intercultural Communication

Intercultural Communication Author Kathryn Sorrells
ISBN-10 9781483324821
Release 2015-08-19
Pages 336
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Intercultural Communication: Globalization and Social Justice, Second Edition, introduces students to the study of communication among cultures within the broader context of globalization. Kathryn Sorrells highlights history, power, and global institutions as central to understanding the relationships and contexts that shape intercultural communication. Based on a framework that promotes critical thinking, reflection, and action, this text takes a social justice approach that provides students with the skills and knowledge to create a more equitable world through communication. Loaded with new case studies and contemporary topics, the Second Edition has been fully revised and updated to reflect the current global context, emerging local and global issues, and more diverse experiences.