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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Mark P Orbe; Tina M Harris
|Description:||xviii, 395 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Preface Part I: Foundations for Interracial Communication Theory and Practice 1. Studying Interracial Communication 2. The History of Race 3. The Power of Verbal and Nonverbal Codes 4. Racial and Ethnic Identity Negotiation 5. Intersectionality of Identities 6. Theoretical Approaches to Studying Interracial Communication Part II: Interracial Communication in Specific Contexts 7. Racial Hierarchies as International Communication Phenomena 8. Friendships and Romantic Relationships 9. Interracial Communication in the Workplace 10. Interracial Conflict 11. Race/Ethnicity and the Mass Media 12. Moving From the Theoretical to the Practical Glossary References Index About the Authors|
|Responsibility:||Mark P. Orbe, Western Michigan University, Tina M. Harris, the University of Georgia.|
"A very unique and excellent read on not only intercultural communication, but also the vernacular surrounding race and ethnicity." -- Daniel Hodge