Intercultural Communication in Contexts
This text addresses the core issues and concerns of intercultural communication by integrating three different perspectives: the social psychological, the interpretive, and the critical. The dialectical framework, integrated throughout the book, is used as a lens to examine the relationship of these research traditions. It offers students a framework for thinking about intercultural communication and the multiple ways of approaching it. This text is unique in its emphasis on the importance of histories, popular culture and identities.
- Mixed media product | 496 pages
- 180.34 x 231.14 x 20.32mm | 635.03g
- 25 Jul 2003
- McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
- Mayfield Publishing Co ,U.S.
- United States
- 3rd Revised edition
- Illustrations, ports.
About Judith N. Martin
Judith N. Martin is professor of communication at Arizona State University. Her research and publications focus on intercultural communication and transitions, ethnic and racial identity, and communication competence. Thomas K. Nakayma is a professor in The Hugh Downs School of Human Communication and the director of the Asian Pacific American Studies Program at Arizona State University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Iowa. He writes in the areas of cultural studies, intercultural communication, and rhetorical studies, focusing particularly on issues of race, gender, and sexuality.