Theorizing about intercultural communication

editor, William B. Gudykunst

There are several approaches to incorporating culture into communication theories. First, culture can be integrated with the communication process in the theories of communication. Second, theories can be designed to describe how communication varies across cultures. And third, theories can be generated to explain communication between people from different cultures. In Theorizing About Intercultural Communication, editor William B. Gudykunst brings together key theories that have shaped and influenced human intercultural communication. Theorizing About Intercultural Communication provides an excellent overview of the major theories currently in use and examines how these theories will also support the foundation for future research in this area. Contributors to this text include individuals who actually developed the theories covered in the book. Each contributor highlights the evolution, development, and application of the theory to provide a thorough and contemporary view of the field. Key Features First student text on intercultural communication theories with consistent chapter organization, headings, and pedagogy to aid comprehension and allow for theories to be easily compared and contrasted Intercultural communication theories are discussed by those who developed them to provide a firsthand look at how these theories originated An introductory chapter and part overviews highlight the importance of studying and using intercultural communication theories Each theory's testing and application is emphasized to demonstrate how the theory can be implemented Several new hypotheses on topics such as co-cultural and dialectical concepts are examined, in addition to modifications of long-standing theories, making this the most up-to-date text on intercultural communication theories Theorizing About Intercultural Communication is an excellent text for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses on Intercultural Communication, Communication Theory, and Cultural Studies.

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There are several approaches to incorporating culture into communication theories. First, culture can be integrated with the communication process in the theories of communication. Second, theories can be designed to describe how communication varies across cultures. And third, theories can be generated to explain communication between people from different cultures. In Theorizing About Intercultural Communication, editor William B. Gudykunst brings together key theories that have shaped and influenced human intercultural communication. Theorizing About Intercultural Communication provides an excellent overview of the major theories currently in use and examines how these theories will also support the foundation for future research in this area. Contributors to this text include individuals who actually developed the theories covered in the book. Each contributor highlights the evolution, development, and application of the theory to provide a thorough and contemporary view of the field. Key Features First student text on intercultural communication theories with consistent chapter organization, headings, and pedagogy to aid comprehension and allow for theories to be easily compared and contrasted Intercultural communication theories are discussed by those who developed them to provide a firsthand look at how these theories originated An introductory chapter and part overviews highlight the importance of studying and using intercultural communication theories Each theory's testing and application is emphasized to demonstrate how the theory can be implemented Several new hypotheses on topics such as co-cultural and dialectical concepts are examined, in addition to modifications of long-standing theories, making this the most up-to-date text on intercultural communication theories Theorizing About Intercultural Communication is an excellent text for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses on Intercultural Communication, Communication Theory, and Cultural Studies.

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  • Preface - William B. Gudykunst Part I: Introduction Chapter 1: Theorizing about Intercultural Communication: An Introduction - William B. Gudykunst, Carmen M. Lee, Tsukasa Nishida, and Naoto Ogawa Part II: Theories of Communication Incorporating Culture Chapter 2: The Coordinated Management of Meaning (CMM) - W. Barnett Pearce Chapter 3: Speech Codes Theory: Restatement, Revisions, and Response to Criticisms - Gerry Philipsen, Lisa Coutu, and Patricia Covarrubias Part III: Theories Focusing on Cross-Cultural Variability in Communication Chapter 4: The Matrix of Face: An Updated Face-Negotiation Theory - Stella Ting-Toomey Chapter 5: Culture-Based Conversational Constraints Theory: Individual- and Culture-Level Analyses - Min-Sun Kim Part IV: Theories Focusing on Adaptations in Interactions Chapter 6: Communication Accomodation Theory: A Look Back and a Look Ahead - Cindy Gallois, Tanya Ogay, and Howard Giles Chapter 7: Cross-Cultural and Intercultural Applications of Expectations Violations Theory and Interaction Adaptation Theory - Judee K. Burgoon and Amy Ebesu Hubbard Chapter 8: From the Margins to the Center: Utilizing Co-Cultural Theory in Diverse Contexts - Mark P. Orbe and Regina E. Spellers Part V: Theories Focusing on Identity Chapter 9: Identity Management Theory: Facework in Intercultural Relationships - Tadasu Todd Imahori and William R. Cupach Chapter 10: Identity Negotiation Perspective: A Theoretical Framework - Stella Ting-Toomey Chapter 11: Theorizing Cultural Identifications: Critical Updates and Continuing Evolution - Mary Jane Collier Chapter 12: A Communication Theory of Identity: Development, Theoretical Perspective, and Future Directions - Michael L. Hecht, Jennifer R. Warren, Eura Jung, and Janice L. Krieger Part VI: Theories Focusing on Effective Communication & Decisions Chapter 13: An Anxiety/Uncertainty Management (AUM) Theory of Effective Communication - William B. Gudykunst Chapter 14: Association and Dissociation: A Contextual Theory of Interethnic Communication - Young Yun Kim Chapter 15: Effective Intercultural Work Group Communication Theory - John Oetzel Part VII: Theories Focusing on Adjustment and Acculturation Chapter 16: Adapting to a New Culture: An Integrative Communication Theory - Young Yun Kim Chapter 17: Cultural Schema Theory - Hiroko Nishida Chapter 18: An Anxiety/Uncertainty Management (AUM) Theory of Sojourner Adjustment - William B. Gudykunst

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  • Preface - William B. Gudykunst Part I: Introduction Chapter 1: Theorizing about Intercultural Communication: An Introduction - William B. Gudykunst, Carmen M. Lee, Tsukasa Nishida, and Naoto Ogawa Part II: Theories of Communication Incorporating Culture Chapter 2: The Coordinated Management of Meaning (CMM) - W. Barnett Pearce Chapter 3: Speech Codes Theory: Restatement, Revisions, and Response to Criticisms - Gerry Philipsen, Lisa Coutu, and Patricia Covarrubias Part III: Theories Focusing on Cross-Cultural Variability in Communication Chapter 4: The Matrix of Face: An Updated Face-Negotiation Theory - Stella Ting-Toomey Chapter 5: Culture-Based Conversational Constraints Theory: Individual- and Culture-Level Analyses - Min-Sun Kim Part IV: Theories Focusing on Adaptations in Interactions Chapter 6: Communication Accomodation Theory: A Look Back and a Look Ahead - Cindy Gallois, Tanya Ogay, and Howard Giles Chapter 7: Cross-Cultural and Intercultural Applications of Expectations Violations Theory and Interaction Adaptation Theory - Judee K. Burgoon and Amy Ebesu Hubbard Chapter 8: From the Margins to the Center: Utilizing Co-Cultural Theory in Diverse Contexts - Mark P. Orbe and Regina E. Spellers Part V: Theories Focusing on Identity Chapter 9: Identity Management Theory: Facework in Intercultural Relationships - Tadasu Todd Imahori and William R. Cupach Chapter 10: Identity Negotiation Perspective: A Theoretical Framework - Stella Ting-Toomey Chapter 11: Theorizing Cultural Identifications: Critical Updates and Continuing Evolution - Mary Jane Collier Chapter 12: A Communication Theory of Identity: Development, Theoretical Perspective, and Future Directions - Michael L. Hecht, Jennifer R. Warren, Eura Jung, and Janice L. Krieger Part VI: Theories Focusing on Effective Communication & Decisions Chapter 13: An Anxiety/Uncertainty Management (AUM) Theory of Effective Communication - William B. Gudykunst Chapter 14: Association and Dissociation: A Contextual Theory of Interethnic Communication - Young Yun Kim Chapter 15: Effective Intercultural Work Group Communication Theory - John Oetzel Part VII: Theories Focusing on Adjustment and Acculturation Chapter 16: Adapting to a New Culture: An Integrative Communication Theory - Young Yun Kim Chapter 17: Cultural Schema Theory - Hiroko Nishida Chapter 18: An Anxiety/Uncertainty Management (AUM) Theory of Sojourner Adjustment - William B. Gudykunst

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書名 Theorizing about intercultural communication
著作者等 Gudykunst, William B
出版元 Sage
刊行年月 c2005
ページ数 viii, 480 p.
大きさ 26 cm
ISBN 0761927484
9780761927495
NCID BA69971714
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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