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Cross-Cultural and Intercultural Communication
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Cross-Cultural and Intercultural Communication

Edited by:
  • William B. Gudykunst - California State University, Fullerton, USA, California State University, USA


© 2003 | 312 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This book has the chapters from the Handbook of International and Intercultural Communication, Second Edition relating to the structure and growth of cross-cultural and intercultural communication. With an expanded forward by William Gudykunst it is an invaluable resource for students and lecturers of communications studies.
 
Foreword
Everett Rogers and William B. Hart
Ch. 1 Historical Perspectives on International and Intercultural Communication
 
PART I: CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION
William B. Gudykunst
Introduction to Cross-Cultural Communication
William B. Gudykunst and Carmen M. Lee
Ch. 2 Cross-Cultural Communication Theories
Gerry Philipsen
Ch. 3 Cultural Communication
Tae-Seop Lim
Ch. 4 Language and Verbal Communication across Cultures
Peter A. Andersen, Michael Hecht, Gregory D. Hoobler, and Maya Smallwood
Ch. 5 Nonverbal Communication across Cultures
David Matsumoto, Brenda Franklyn, Jung-Wook Choi, David Rogers, and Haruyo Tatani
Ch. 6 Cultural Influences on the Expression and Perception of Emotions
Walter G. Stephan and Cookie White Stephan
Ch. 7 Cognition and Affect in Cross-Cultural Relations
Stella Ting-Toomey and John Oetzel
Ch. 8 Cross-Cultural Face Concerns and Conflict Styles: Current Status and Future Directions
William B. Gudykunst
Ch. 9 Issues in Cross-Cultural Communication Research
 
PART II: INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION
William B. Gudykunst
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
William B. Gudykunst
Ch. 10 Intercultural Communication Theories
Richard L. Wiseman
Ch. 11 Intercultural Communication Competence
Jessica Abrams, Joan O'Connor, and Howard Giles
Ch. 12 Identity and Intergroup Communication
Ling Chen
Ch. 13 Communication in Intercultural Relationships
Young Yun Kim
Ch. 14 Adapting to an Unfamiliar Culture: An Interdisciplinary Overview
George A. Barnett and Meihua Lee
Ch. 15 Issues in Intercultural Communication Research
 
Index
 
About the Contributors
 
About the Editor

In two parts which students found quite useful. Their preference was part two, intercultural communication they felt this was very informative and useful to their studies, some students felt it was quite limited

Mrs Sunray Heap
General Education , Cardiff and Vale College
July 6, 2016

Gudykunst's work deals with all the key issue of Cross-Cultural and Intercultural Communication. A must for students. Looks at methodological issues in order to conduct and test theories.

Ms Shauna Garry
School of Business & Humanities, Institute of Technology Blanchardstown
January 14, 2016

Gudykunst's Handbook of International and Intercultural Communicaiton has become a classic reader for students specialised in the field. This volume repoduces the chapters on multicultural and intercultural communication, and as such is essential course reading which is both accessible and comprehensive.

Dr Alex Frame
UFR Langues & communication, University of Bourgogne
September 5, 2015

William Gudykunst´s book offers a variety of topics that are linked with this new and emerging topic of communication science. The authors explain the basic theories and show how intercultural communication competence can be gained. This combination of theoretical background and practical examples makes it a good
resource for students of communications studies.

Dr Andrea Haug
PR & Communication, European University
February 22, 2010

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