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Intercultural communication

Author: Adrian Holliday; Martin Hyde; John Kullman
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2010.
Series: Routledge applied linguistics
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Presents key theories of intercultural communication, and explores the ways in which people communicate within and across social groups around three themes such as: identity, Othering, and  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Adrian Holliday; Martin Hyde; John Kullman
ISBN: 9780415489416 0415489415 0415489423 9780203841020 0203841026 9780415489423
OCLC Number: 540143271
Description: xxii, 336 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Contents Contents * Introduction * Section A: Introduction - Defining concepts * Theme 1: Identity * Unit A1.1: People like me * 'This is whom I want to be represented by' * Experience * Deconstruction * Communication * Unit A1.2: Artefacts of culture * Telling cultural stories, closing ranks * Experience * Deconstruction * Communication * Unit A1.3: Identity card * 'I am who I can make myself and make others accept me to be.' * Experience * Deconstruction * Communication * Theme 2: Addressing the Other * Unit A1.4: Communication is about not presuming * Falling into culturist traps * Experience * Deconstruction * Communication * Unit A1.5: Cultural dealing * What we project onto each other * Experience * Deconstruction * Communication * Unit A1.6: Power and discourse * We must be careful what we say * Experience * Deconstruction * Communication * Theme 3: Representation * Unit A1.7: Cultural refugee * We have been different to what we are now * Experience * Deconstruction * Communication * Unit A1.8: Complex images * We have no idea how deeply we get things wrong * Experience and deconstruction * Communication * Unit A1.9: The paradoxes of institutional life * Things may be more complex and quite different to first appearances * Experience * Deconstruction * Communication * Disciplines for intercultural communication * Section B: Extension * Introduction * Unit B0.1: 'Culture' and 'Community' in Everyday Discourse * Text B 0.1.1: Hannerz, U. (1999) * Text B0.1.2: Baumann G. (1996) * Commentary * Unit B 0.2: 'Culture' - Definitions and Perspectives * Text B0.2.1: Fay, B. (1996) * Text B0.2.2: Roberts, C. and Sarangi, S. (1993) * Text B0.2.3: Holliday, A. R. (2005) * Commentary * Unit B0.3: Current and Previous Approaches to the Study of Intercultural Communication * Text B0.3.1: Kumaravadivelu B. (2008) * Text B0.3.2: Verschueren, J. (2008) * Text B0.3.3: Martin, J. N. and T. K. Nakayama (2008) * Commentary * Theme 1: Identity * Unit B 1.1: Identity as a Personal Project * Text B.1.1.1: Ribeyro, J. R (1972) * Text B: Giddens, A (1991) * Commentary * Unit B 1.2: Globalization and Identity * Text B1.2.1: Mathews, G. (2000) * Commentary * Unit B1.3: Discourse and Identity * Text B1.3.1: De Fina A (2006) * Text B1.3.2: Gee, J.P (1999) * Text B 1.3.2. Extract 2: Gee J.P (1999) * Commentary * Unit B1.4: Discourse, Identity and Intercultural Communication * Text B1.4.1: Scollon R & S Wong Scollon (2001) * Text B1.4.2: Roberts, C. and S. Sarangi (2005) * Data example 3 * Commentary * Unit B1.5: Identity and Language Learning * Text B1.5.1: Pellegrino Aveni, V. (2005) * Text 1.5.2: Pavlenko, A. and J.P. Lantolf (2000) * Commentary * Unit B1.6: Identity, Community and the Internet * Text 1.6.1: Burkhalter B (1999) * Text 1.6.2: Martin Jacques Interviews Professor Stuart Hall * Commentary * Theme 2: Othering * Unit B2.1: Othering - Focus on Japan * Text B2.1.1: Edgar A and Sedgwick P (1999) * Text B2.1.2: Boye/Lafayette De Mente * Text 2.1.3: Sugimoto Y (1997) * Commentary * Unit B2.2: Images of the Other * Text B2.2.1: Cooke M (1997) * Text B2.2.2: Solomos J and Back L (1996) * Commentary * Unit B2.3: Power and the Other in Intercultural Communication * Text B2.3.1: Mallinson, C. & Z. W. Brewster (2005) * Text B2.3.2: Dyer, R. (1997) * Commentary * Unit B2.4: Power and The Other in Educational Contexts * TextB2.4.1: Shuck G (2006) * Text B2.4.2: Lee Su Kim A Nonya in Texas * Text B2.4.3: Rich, S. & S. Trudi (2006) * Text B2.4.4: Eriksson, K. & K. Aronsson (2005) * Commentary * Unit B2.5: The Other and the Tourist Gaze * Text B2.5.1 - Pennycook, A. (1998) * Text B2.5.2: Beaven, T. (2007) * Commentary * Unit B2.6: 'Undemonizing' The Other * Text B2.6.1: Hope C (1996) * Text B2.6.2: Conrad J (1902) * Text B2.6.3: Littlewood R and Lipsedge M (1997: 3rd edition) * Commentary * Theme 3: Representation * Unit B3.1: The Representation of Identity: Personality and its Social Construction * Text B3.1.1: Burr, V. (1996) * Text B3.1.2: Hampson S E (1997) * Commentary * Unit B3.2: Social Constructionism and Social Representations * Text B3.2.1: Burr V (1995) * Text B3.2.2: Sperber D ( 1996) * Commentary * Unit B3.3: Representation in the Media - The Case of 'Asylum Seekers' * Text B3.3.1: van Dijk T A (2000) * Text B3.3.3: O'Sullivan T, Hartley J, Saunders D, Montgomery M and Fiske J (1994) * Text B3.3.3: Moloney G (2007) * Commentary * Text B3.3.4: Verschueren J. (2008) * Commentary * Unit B3.4: Cultural Constructs in Business and Intercultural Training * Text B3.4.1: Riley P (2007) * Text B3.4.2 Extract 1: Triandis HC (1995) * Text B3.4.2: Triandis HC (1995) * Text B3.4.3: Munshi, D. & D. McKie * Commentary * Unit B3.5: Challenging Cultural Constructs in Intercultural Training and Education * Text B3.5.1: Antal, A. B. & V. J. Friedman (2008) * Commentary * SECTION C: Exploration * An ethnographic approach * Intercultural communication research task * Ethical considerations * Theme 1: Identity * Unit C1.1: The story of the self * Research questions and informants * Asking questions * Organizing the research task * Unit C1.2: BECOMING THE SELF BY DEFINING THE OTHER * When to take notes * Unit C1.3: UNDOING CULTURAL FUNDAMENTALISM * Unit C1.4: INVESTIGATING DISCOURSE AND POWER * Possible explanation * Unit C1.5: LOCALITY AND TRANSCENDENCE OF LOCALITY: FACTORS IN IDENTITY FORMATION * Application to industry: * Group discussion point * Theme 2: Othering * UNIT C2.1 OTHERING * Analysis * UnitC2.2: AS YOU SPEAK THEREFORE YOU ARE * Part A * Part B * Discussion point * Unit C2.3: THE 'LOCATED' SELF * Discussion point * Unit C2.4: INTEGRATING THE OTHER * Unit C2.5: 'ARE YOU WHAT YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO BE?' * Theme 3: Representation * Unit C3.1 'YOU ARE, THEREFORE I AM' * Unit C3.2: 'SCHEMAS': FIXED OR FLEXIBLE? * Unit C3.3: 'WHAT'S UNDERNEATH?' * Unit C3.4: 'MANUFACTURING THE SELF' * Discussion point * Unit C3.5: 'Minimal clues lead to big conclusions' * New references in section A *
Series Title: Routledge applied linguistics
Responsibility: Adrian Holliday, Martin Hyde and John Kullman.

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