Tags: intercultural communication

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Will Baker, 2011,
London, United Kingdom
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Intercultural Awareness

in Language and Intercultural Communication, Volume 11 Issue 3, pp. 197-214, DOI: 10.1080/14708477.2011.577779

“The use of English as a global lingua franca (ELF) raises challenges concerning how we understand the relationship between languages and cultures in intercultural communication. In the dynamic contexts of ELF this relationship needs to be viewed as situated and emergent entailing a new approach to understanding intercultural competence in intercultural communication.

Donal Carbaugh (ed.), 1990,
London, United Kingdom
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Cultural Communication and Intercultural Contact

In this collection of essays and papers, the authors are interested in what happens when different cultural identities enter in contact and how cultural identity can be accomplished through interaction. The main view exposed in this volume is that communication cannot ignore culture or make it a variable in an equation but that cultural patterns are essential in communication practices.

ISBN: 
978-0-8058-0727-1
Susana Gonçalves and Markus A. Carpenter, 2012,
London, United Kingdom
- book

Diversity, Intercultural Encounters, and Education

This book examines how the challenges and tensions of migration and unbalanced north-south and east-west relations impact on multicultural societies and cultural diversity. The authors also explore diversity and identity, intercultural encounters and conflict and the interrogations of a new socio-political order.

ISBN: 
978-0-415-63833-3
Miriam Sobré-Denton and Nilanjana Bardhan, 2013,
London, United Kingdom
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Cultivating Cosmopolitanism for Intercultural Communication

In this book, the authors take a new critical/interpretive approach to analyse cosmopolitanism in intercultural communication as it is influenced by globalisation. They also discuss what it means to be and communicate as a global citizen, how to critically study interconnectedness within and across cultures and how to embrace difference.

ISBN: 
978-0-415-65610-8
John M. Knight and Robert L. Kohls, 1994,
Boston
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Developing Intercultural Awareness

Using simulation games, case studies, icebreakers and other activities, the authors try to give guidelines on how to improve cross-cultural awareness in all types of settings.
It encourages the readers to educate themselves and to become more culturally aware when communicating with people from different cultural backgrounds.

ISBN: 
978-1-877864-13-1
Craig Storti, 1994,
Boston
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Cross-Cultural Dialogues

This book offers seventy-four encounters between an American and people from different cultures to understand how culture affects everything that we do, with a more specific focus on interaction with people from other cultural backgrounds which can lead to misunderstanding and tension. The reader is conveyed to analyse the conversations which all encompass a breach of cultural norms.

ISBN: 
978-1-877864-28-5
Robert E. Young, 1996,
Bristol, United Kingdom
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Intercultural Communication

In this book, the author explores intercultural communication and action in relation to themes such as migration, travel and international co-operation and ethnic conflict.

ISBN: 
9781853592850
John Beatty and Junichi Takahashi, 2001,
Mason, Ohio, USA
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Intercultural Communication

“Intercultural Communication takes a refreshing look at the various aspects of communication within its cultural context. This book shows the diverse ways culture impacts communication among people from different cultures and helps students understand these distinct differences.

ISBN: 
9781931442282
Susan Eckert, 2005,
Andover, United Kingdom
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Intercultural Communication

In this book, the author moves away from the notions of ethnicity and colour to an inside-out approach to understand the many ways in which people differ culturally from each other. The author delivers guidelines to identify our own stereotypes, to understand the impact of our beliefs and world views on our behaviour, to respond to the challenges of intercultural communication and to build critical constructive communication skills.

ISBN: 
978-0538727945
Guo-Ming Chen, William J. Starosta, 2005,
Washington DC, USA
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Foundations of Intercultural Communication

This book considers history and topics such as ethics and multiculturalism when examining the field of intercultural communication and attempts to provide new insights to the theory. The authors incorporate features such as the integration of theoretical and practical perspectives; neglected fields of inquiry and the importance of domestic and foreign cultures in the field of intercultural communication.

ISBN: 
978-0-7618-3229-4

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