Inter/Cultural Communication: Representation And Construction Of Culture

August 30th, 2012 | Categories: Stereotypes in General

In case you think the Stereotype Guru is just some random person with a blog who knows a lot about stereotypes, let me provide some evidence for my credibility. I am happy to announce the publication of my new book: Inter/Cultural Communication: Representation And Construction Of Culture.

The book is available for purchase from Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

Table of Contents:

PART I. INTRODUCTION TO INTER/CULTURAL COMMUNICATION

Chapter 1. Culture and Communication by Anastacia Kurylo
with Living Culture: The Social Construction of Race by Anita Foeman

Chapter 2. Intercultural and Cross-Cultural Communication by Bernadette M. Watson
with Living Culture: Interpreting Gestures by Bill Edwards

Chapter 3. Intercultural Communication Competence by Lily Arasaratnam
with Living Culture: A Punk. A Lifer. by Brian Cogan

Chapter 4. A Communication Theory of Culture by Donal Carbaugh
with Living Culture: Latin Dancing? by Anonymous

Chapter 5. Culture in Conversation by Jessica S. Robles
with Living Culture: Let’s Have the Men Clean Up by Anonymous

PART II. DISTINGUISHING SELF AND OTHER

Chapter 6. Self-Identity and Culture by Ronald L. Jackson II, Cerise L. Glenn, and Kesha M. Morant
with Living Culture: The Dilemma of Nationalism in Pakistan by Satarupa Dasgupta

Chapter 7. Ingroups and Outgroups by Howard Giles and Jane Giles
with Living Culture: Crip Mate by David Linton

Chapter 8. Privilege and Culture by Gust A. Yep
with Living Culture: New Jersey by Anonymous

Chapter 9. Co-Cultural Group Membership by Tina M. Harris
with Living Culture: Living with Homelessness by Charles Vasquez

PART III. NAVIGATING INTER/CULTURAL COMMUNICATION IN A COMPLEX WORLD

Chapter 10. Advocacy by Rachel Anderson Droogsma
with Living Culture: Creating an Organ Donation Health Campaign by Susan Morgan

Chapter 11. Media and Culture: The ‘Reality’ of Media Effects by Mark Orbe
with Living Culture: Shushing, Shelving, and Stamping by Marie L. Radford

Chapter 12. Technology and Culture by Tatyana Dumova
with Living Culture: Staying Connected by Satomi Sugiyama

PART IV. LOOKING TO THE FUTURE OF INTER/CULTURAL COMMUNICATION: RESEARCH AND PRACTICE

Chapter 13. Social Scientific Approach to Culture by Jan Pieter van Oudenhoven
with Living Culture: A Day by Kurt Lemko
and with Living Culture: A Love by Jack Bennett

Chapter 14. Interpretivist Approach to Culture by David Boromisza-Habashi
with Living Culture: Community Living by Brad Crownover

Chapter 15. Challenges and Opportunities in Intercultural Communication by Anastacia Kurylo
with Living Culture: Toward Internarrativity: Reflections of a Humble Interculturalist by William J. Starosta

PART V. APPENDICES: STUDIES OF INTER/CULTURAL COMMUNICATION

Appendix A: Navajo Culture Explored through Ethnography by Charles A. Braithwaite

Appendix B: Local Culture Explored through Discourse Analysis by Kathleen C. Haspel

Appendix C: Dagaaba Culture of Ghana Explored through Rhetorical Analysis by Anthony Y. Naaeke

Appendix D: Transnational Dominican Culture through Phenomenological Analysis by Wilfredo Alvarez, Mark P. Orbe, Ewa L. Urban, and Nayibe A. Tavares

Appendix E: South African Culture Explored through Content Analysis by Adrian Furnham

Appendix F: Korean Culture Explored through Survey Research by Seung Hee Yoo

Appendix F: Korean Culture Explored through Survey Research by David Matsumoto

Appendix G: Japanese Culture Explored through Experimental Design
by Yohtaro Takano

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  1. Camela
    September 10th, 2012 at 18:19

    CONGRATS ANASTACIA!!!

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