2 edition of New media and intercultural communication found in the catalog.
New media and intercultural communication
Pauline Hope Cheong
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Pauline Hope Cheong, Judith N. Martin, Leah P. Macfadyen|
|Series||Critical intercultural communication studies -- v. 13|
|LC Classifications||HM1211 .N49 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781433113659, 9781433113642, 9781453905326|
|LC Control Number||2011046129|
Covering all the essential topics, from immigration to intercultural conflict to the impact of mass media and technology, this cutting edge new edition features: A student-friendly structure with enhanced signposting to guide students through the book. Expanded coverage of ethics, digital communication and social media. A brand new set of. This highly-successful text introduces and explores the dynamic area of intercultural communication, and the updated third edition features: • new readings by Prue Holmes, Fred Dervin, Lei Guo and Summer Harlow, Miriam Sobré-Denton and Nilaniana Bardham, which reflect the most recentdevelopments in the field.
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salience in a digital world. Intercultural new media studies promises to increase our understanding of intercultural communication in a new media age and is the next frontier in intercultural communication. New media (ICT’s) are transforming communication across cultures. The internet (CMC), social network sites (SNSs), mobile phones, Skype. book Intercultural Communication: Globalization And Social Justice By Kathryn Sorrells, so you can get the create a more equitable world through communication. Loaded with new case studies and contemporary (the power of political and economic factors and how these are spread by media discourse can live in are socially constructed realities)File Size: KB.
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Contents: Pauline Hope Cheong/Judith N. Martin/Leah P. Macfadyen: Introduction: Mediated Intercultural Communication Matters: Understanding New Media, Dialectics, and Social Change – Maja van der Velden: Designing for Culture: An Ecological Perspective on Indigenous Knowledge and Database Design – Beth Bonniwell Haslett: A Structurational Interaction Approach to.
But, New Media in Intercultural Communication does. Fortunately, it transports us into a 21st Century way of thinking about culture, communication, and new media.» (Kent A. Ono, Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) About the Author. Pauline Hope Cheong (PhD, University of Southern California) is Associate Professor at the Format: Paperback.
In book: The International Encyclopedia of Intercultural Communication, Publisher: Wiley, Editors: Young Kim, pp Intercultural new media studies (INMS) is designed to explore how ICTs Author: Robert Shuter. The Benefits and Challenges of New Media for Intercultural Conflict: /ch This chapter examines current research on intercultural interactions over new media with a particular emphasis on those studies involving conflict.
Two mainAuthor: Amy Janan Johnson, Sun Kyong Lee, Ioana A. Cionea, Zachary B. Massey. Reconceptualizing New Media and Intercultural Communication in a Networked Society is a critical scholarly resource that addresses the need for understanding the complex connections between culture and new media.
Featuring a broad range of topics such as social presence, crisis communication, and hyperpersonal communication model, this book is. This comprehensive Reader brings together seminal texts in media and communication from both traditional as well as more recent scholarship.
Readings are drawn from an international range of scholars and organized to reflect the growing internationalization of the field, with clearly defined sections covering key aspects of global communication/5(4).
and intercultural conflict). This paper discusses this trend of research on the relationship between new media and intercultural communication. [China Media Research. ; 8(2): ] Keywords: New media, culture, intercultural communication, cultural identity Introduction The history of human communication began with the oral or spoken tradition.
Get this from a library. New media and intercultural communication: identity, community, and politics. [Pauline Hope Cheong; Judith N Martin; Leah P Macfadyen;] -- There is increasing awareness of the development of newer smart and more interactive media, at precipitate speed, in many parts of the world.
The concept of change-as opposed to continuity-is central. Intercultural Communication Globalization and Social Justice 2nd edition by Sorrells Test Bank 1 chapters — updated AM — 0 people liked it An Introduction to Intercultural Communication Identities in a Global Community 9th edition by Jandt Test Bank 1 chapters — updated PM — 0 people liked it.
Robert Shuter. 28Intercultural new media studies: Still the next frontier in intercultural communication. Abstract: The publication in of Intercultural new media studies: The next frontier in intercultural communication ushered in a new 21 st century disciplinary focus for intercultural communication (Shuter a).
This landmark article – the most read in the. But, New Media in Intercultural Communication does. Fortunately, it transports us into a 21st Century way of thinking about culture, communication, and new media." (Kent A.
Ono, Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) "New Media in Intercultural Communication comes just at the right time. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xx, s: Contents: Introduction: Mediated Intercultural Communication Matters: Understanding New Media, Dialectics, and Social Change / Pauline Hope Cheong, Judith N.
Martin, and Leah P. Macfadyen --Designing for Culture: An Ecological Perspective on. Introduction: Mediated Intercultural Communication Matters: Understanding New Media, Dialectics, and Social Change / Pauline Hope Cheong, Judith N.
Martin, and Leah P. Macfadyen ; Designing for Culture: An Ecological Perspective on Indigenous Knowledge and Database Design / Maja van der Velden.
The media has the ability to facilitate this intercultural dialogue. By challenging prevailing attitudes and assumptions concerning the many “others” in our world, the media can move beyond scripted stereotypes, stripping away the ignorance that breeds mistrust and suspicion, thus promoting a tolerance and acceptance of difference that.
The Next Frontier in Intercultural Communication Robert Shuter New media (ICT’s) are transforming communication across cultures. Despite this revolution in cross cultural contact, communication researchers have largely ignored the impact of new media on intercultural communication.
This groundbreaking article defines the parameters of a new File Size: 97KB. New Media and Intercultural Communication: Identity, Community, and Politics Volume 13 of Critical intercultural communication studies, ISSN Authors. This handbook takes a multi-disciplinary approach to offer a current state-of-art survey of intercultural communication (IC) studies.
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Although it also creates new challenges in efficiently managing intercultural communication, but the trust in using it has ushered in modern social networks, redefined cultural, social, economic.The Center for Intercultural New Media Research (CINMR) is a global network of more than scholars-- and a think tank and clearinghouse for scholarship -- that focus on the impact of new media on human communication across cultures, nations, and world regions.Intercultural Communication: A Global Reader contains 36 articles showcasing the development and diversity of intercultural communication theories in countries such as China, Africa, the United States, New Zealand, Mexico, Egypt, and and topics discussed include identity and communication, intercultural verbal and nonverbal processes and interactions.