Intercultural Communication A Reader (with InfoTrac)

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  • Edition: 11th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 03/28/2005
  • Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing
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PREFACE. 1. INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION: SOME APPROACHES. Edwin R. McDaniel, Larry A. Samovar, and Richard E. Porter, Intercultural Communication: An Introduction and Overview of the Basics. Aaron Castelan Cargile, Imaging Culture with a Little Help from the Pushmi-Pullyu. Harry C. Triandis, Culture and Conflict. Satoshi Ishii, Donald Cooke, and Donald Klopf, Our Locus in the Universe: Worldview and Intercultural Communication. Iben Jensen, The Practice of Intercultural Communication: Reflections for Professionals in Cultural Meetings. 2. CULTURAL IDENTITY: ISSUES OF BELONGING. Mary Jane Collier, Cultural Identity and Intercultural Communication. Robert Krizek, Finding My Whiteness: A Narrative of Cultural Identification. Jolanta A. Drzewiecha and Nancy Draznin, A Polish American Jewish Story: Collective Memories and Intergroup Relations. A. L. Zimmerman and Patricia Geist-Martin, The Hybrid Identification of Gender Queer: Claiming Neither/Nor, Both/And. Nadine Naber, Ambiguous Insiders: An Investigation of Arab American Invisibility*. 3. UNDERSTANDING DIVERSITY: INTERNATIONAL CULTURES. Wenshan Jia, The Wei (Positioning)Ming (Naming)Lianmian (Face) Continuum in Contemporary Chinese Culture. Martin J. Gannon, India: The Dance of Shiva. Karl Peltzer, Personality and Person Perception in Africa. Polly A. Begley, Communication with Egyptians. 4. CO-CULTURES: LIVING IN TWO CULTURES. Young Yun Kim, Unum and Pluribus: Ideological Underpinnings of Interethnic Communication in the United States. Michael Tinusta Garrett and Michael P. Wilbur, Does the Worm Live in the Ground: Reflections on Native American Spirituality. Donna Stringer, Let Me Count the Ways: African-American/European American Relationships. Julia T. Wood and Nina M. Reich, Gendered Communication Styles. Dawn O. Braithwaite and Charles A. Braithwaite, "Which is My Good Leg?": Cultural Communication of Persons With Disabilities. William F. Eadie, In Plain Sight: Gay and Lesbians Communication and Culture. 5. MESSAGES: VERBAL PROCESSES AND NONVERBAL INTERACTION. Mary Fong, The Nexus of Language, Communication, and Culture. Helen Kelly-Holmes, German Language: Whose language, Whose Culture? Donald Ellis and Ifat Moaz, Dialogue and Cultural Communication Codes Between Israelite-Jews and Palestinians. Anne Neville Miller, Public Speaking Patterns in Kenya. Carolyn Roy, Mexican Dichos: Lessons Through Language. Peter A. Andersen and Hua Wang, Unraveling Cultural Cues: Dimensions of Nonverbal Communication Across Cultures. Edwin R. McDaniel, Japanese Nonverbal Communication: A Reflection of Cultural Themes. 6. CULTURAL CONTEXTS: THE INFLUENCE OF THE SETTING. Sheryl Lindlsey and Charles Braithwaite, U.S. Americans and Mexicans Working Together: Five Core Concepts. Suresh Goplan and Angie Stahl, Application of American Management Theories and Practices to the Indian Business Environment: Understanding the Impact of National Culture. Robert A. Friday, Contrasts in Discussion Behavior of German and American Managers. Nagesh Rao, "Half-truths" in Argentina, Brazil, and India: An Intercultural Analysis of Physician-Patient Communication. Brian E. Mendyka, Exploring Culture in Nursing: A Theory-Driven Practice. Geneva Gay, Culture and Communication in the Classroom. Johann Le Roux, Social Dynamics of the Multicultural Classroom. 7. INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION: BECOMING COMPETENT. Guo-Ming Chen and William J. Storosta, Intercultural Awareness. Stella Ting-Toomey, Managing Intercultural Conflicts Effectively. Abhik Roy and Bayo Oludaja, The Role of Dialogue in Managing Intergroup Conflict. Polly Begley, Sojourner Adaptation. 8. ETHICAL CONSIDERATION: PROSPECTS FOR THE FUTURE. Thomas Sowell, Cultural Diversity: A World View. Harlen Cleveland, The Limits of Cultural Diversity. Young Yun Kim, Intercultural Personhood: An Integration of Eastern and Western Perspectives. Sam Dragga, Ethical Intercultural Technical Communication: Looking Through the Lens of Confucian Ethics. Johannes Brinkman

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