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Intercultural Communication

Four Volume Set
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November 2009 | 1 720 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Intercultural communication research finds its roots primarily in anthropology, psychology, and sociology. However, many intercultural communication scholars draw mostly from a relatively recent body of work. Intercultural Communication represents both the classic works that set the foundation for the field as well as the more recent influential works. The volumes examine a wider and more interdisciplinary range of literature that has influenced this field.

Volume I includes writings that provide the foundation for the emergent study of intercultural communication. The literature in this volume represents foundational works on culture and communication related to social structure, role, world view, meaning, interaction, and exchange. Although intercultural communication researchers use a variety of theories from various fields of study, in all only about 20 theories are associated specifically with intercultural communication; Volume II provides the most informative research related to these theories. Volume III covers literature related to both established and emerging methodological approaches for studying intercultural communication. Volume IV looks at the factors that affect how cultures' communicate and diffuse information across cultural boundaries. These factors include urbanization; immigration; availability of media and transportation systems; and religious and ethnic identities.

 
VOLUME 1: STRUCTURAL AND IDEATIONAL FOUNDATIONS
 
Structural Influences
The Functional Prerequisites of a Society D.F. Aberle, A.K. Cohen, A.K. Davis, M.J. Levy Jr. and F.X. Sutton
Exchange and Communial Relationships Judson Mills and Margaret S. Clark
Functionalism and Structuralism Alexandra Maryanski and Jonathan H. Turner
Suicide: A study in sociology Emile Durkheim
Toward the Development of an Empirically Based Theory of Role Relationships Jerald Hage and Gerald Marwell
What is the Meaning of Santa Claus? Warren O. Hagstrom
Dynamic Social Impact: The creation of culture by communication Bibb Latané
Social Structure and Sex-role Choices among Children in Four Cultures Robert L. Munroe
Sociology: An approach to human communication John W. Riley, Jr. and Matilda White Riley
National Wealth and Thermal Climate as Predictors of Motives for Volunteer Work Evert van de Vliert, Xu Huang, and Robert V. Levine
The Origin of Modern Capitalism [1920] Max Weber
Groups, Organizations and Cultures J. Woelfel and Edward L. Fink
Cross-Cultural Comparisons William B. Gudykunst
 
Evolutionary Influences
Of Brains and Groups and Evolution Robin Dunbar
Where do Cultures Come From? Satoshi Kanazawa
A Cross-Cultural Analysis of the Behavior of Women and Men: Implications for the origins of sex differences Wendy Wood and Alice H. Eagly
 
VOLUME 2: STUDYING INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION
 
How to Study Intercultural Communication
Imposed Etics-Emics-Derived Etics: The operationalization of a compelling idea J.W. Berry
A Role for Communication Theory in Ethnography and Cultural Analysis Donal Carbaugh and Sally O. Hastings
Rethinking the Culture-Negotiation Link Robert J. Janosik
On the Relation Between Individual and Collective Properties Paul F. Lazarsfeld and Herbert Menzel
Cross-Cultural Differences: Individual-level vs. culture-level analysis Kwok Leung
Thinking Dialectically About Culture and Communication Judith H. Martin and Thomas K. Nakayama
 
Methods for Studying Intercultural Communication
Quantitative Methods for Conflict Communication Research, with Special Reference to Culture Edward L. Fink, Deborah A. Cai and Qi Wang
Issues in Cross-cultural Communication Research William B. Gudykunst
Problems in Intercultural Research J. David Johnson and Frank Tuttle
An Empirical Investigation of Self-Attitudes Manford H. Kuhn and Thomas S. McPartland
Cross-Cultural Comparability in the Measurement of Meaning Charles E. Osgood
 
Values Used to Study Intercultural Communication
 
Individualism and Collectivism
Chinese Values and the Search for Culture-free Dimensions of Culture The Chinese Culture Connection
Using Individualism and Collectivism to Compare Cultures - A Critique of the Validity and Measurement of the Constructs: Comment on Oyserman et al. (2002) Alan Page Fiske
Conflict Styles Differences Between Individualists and Collectivists Deborah A. Cai and Edward L. Fink
 
Self-Construals
Culture and the Self: Implications for cognition, emotion and motivation Hazel Rose Markus and Shinobu Kitayama
The Cultural Psychology of Personality Hazel Rose Markus and Shinobu Kitayama
Self-construal Scales Lack Validity Timothy R. Levine, Mary Jiang Bresnahan, Hee Sun Park, Maria Knight Lapinski, Gwen M. Wittenbaum, Sachiyo Morinaga Shearman, Sun Young Lee, Donghun Chung & Rie Ohashi
 
Cognition
Culture and Systems of Thought: Holistic versus analytic cognition Richard E. Nisbett, Kaiping Peng, Incheol Choi and Ara Norenzayan
Cultural Preferences for Formal Versus Intuitive Reasoning Ara Norenzayan, Edward E. Smith, Beom Jun Kim and Richard E. Nisbett
Cognition and Affect in Cross-Cultural Relations Cookie White Stephan and Walter G. Stephan
 
VOLUME 3: THE PERSON AND CULTURE
 
Emotions
Universals and Cultural Differences in Recognizing Emotions Hilager A. Elfenbein and Nalini Amberdy
Cultural Influences on the Expression and Perception of Emotion David Matsumoto, Brenda Franklin, Jung-Wook Choi, David Rogers and Haruyo Tatani
A Fluency of Feeling: Exploring cultural and individual differences (and similarities) related to skilled emotional support Steve Mortenson, Meina Liu, Brant R. Burleson and Yan Liu
 
Language
Science and Linguistics Benjamin Lee Whorf
Translation Accuracy: Using multidimensional scaling George A. Barnett, Mark T. Palmer and Hana Noor Al-Deen
Is it Culture or is it Language? Examination of language effects in cross-cultural research on categorization Li-Jun Ji, Zhiyong Zhang and Richard E. Nisbett
Communicating Love: Comparisons between Americans and East Asian university students Susan L. Kline, Brian Horton and Shuangyue Zhang
 
Argument
Argumentative Style Across Cultures: Linguistic form as the realization of rhetorical function Basil Hatim
Linguistic Strategies and Cultural Styles for Persuasive Discourse Barbara Johnstone
Cultural Orientations of Argument in International Disputes: Negotiating the law of the sea Gregg B. Walker
Inscrutibility Revisted Linda Wai Ling Young
 
Conflict
Culture and International Mediation: Exploring theoretical and empirical linkages Jacob Bercovitch and Ole Elgstöm
An Analysis of Integrative Outcomes in the Dayton Peace Negotiations Nimet Beriker-Atiyas and Tijen Demirel-Pegg
Language and Conflict Resolution: The limits of English Raymond Cohen
 
Negotiation
Culture and Negotiation Jeanne M. Brett
Culture in the Context of Intercultural Negotiation: Individualism-collectivism and paths to integrative agreements Deborah A. Cai, Steven R. Wilson and Laura E. Drake
A Cylindrical Model of Communication Behavior in Crisis Negotiations Paul J. Taylor
 
Trust
How Relevant is Trust Anyway? - A cross-cultural comparison of trust in organizational and peer relationships Deborah A. Cai and Chun-Ju Hung
Radius of Trust: Social capital in relation to familism and institutional collectivism Anu Realo, J ri Allik and Brenna Greenfield
Trust in India and Sweden: An experimental examination of the Fukuyama conjecture Ali M. Ahmed and Osvaldo Salas
 
VOLUME 4: MANAGING INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION
 
Adaptation
Cultural Convergence: A Mathematical Theory George A. Barnett and D. Lawrence Kincaid
Five Meanings of Integration in Acculturation Research Pawel Boski
Somewhere in the Middle: The measurement of third culture Suman Lee
Cultural Shock: Adjustment to new cultural environments Kalervo Oberg
Culture Shock and Adaptation Michael Winkelman
 
Anxiety Uncertainty Management
Anxiety, Uncertainty and Perceived Effectiveness of Communication across Relationships and Cultures William B. Gudykunst and Tsukasa Nishida
Uncertainty, Anxiety and Avoidance in Communication with Strangers Patricia M. Duronto, Tsukasa Nishida and Shin-ichi Nakayama
 
Communicating Identity
Body Ritual Among the Nacirema Horace Miner
Reflection of Women's Status in Speech Frequency: A four-culture study Robert L. Munroe
Speaking "Like a Man" in Teamsterville: Cultural patterns of role enactment in an urban neighborhood Gerry Philipsen
 
Communication Accommodation Theory
Accommodating Intercultural Encounters: Elaborations and extensions Cynthia Gallois, Howard Giles, Elizabeth Jones, Aaron C. Cargile and Hiroshi Ota
 
Communication Competence
Cracking the Nonverbal Code: Intercultural competence and gesture recognition across cultures Andrew L. Molinsky, Mary Anne Krabbenhoft, Nalini Ambady and Y. Susan Choi
Predictors of Intercultural Communication Competence Richard L. Wiseman, Mitchell R. Hammer & Hiroko Nishida
 
Conversational Constraints
Toward a Theory of Conversational Constraints: Focusing on individual-level dimensions of culture Min-Sun Kim
 
Expectancy Violations
Cross-cultural and Intercultural Applications of Expectancy Violations Theory Judee K. Burgoon
 
Facework
Rebecca Merkin
Power Distance and Facework Strategies
Face Concerns in Interpersonal Conflict: A cross-cultural empirical test of the face negotiation theory John G. Oetzel and Stella Ting-Toomey
 
Development Communication
Inquiry in Intercultural and Development Communication Young Yun Kim
Effects of an Entertainment-Education Radio Soap Opera on Family Planning Behavior in Tanzania E.M. Rogers, P.W. Vaughan, Ramadhan M.A. Swalehe, Nagesh Rao, Peer Svenkerud and Suruchi Sood
 
Intergroup relations
Intergroup Relations in Hong Kong: The Tao of stability Michael Harris Bond
Normative Theory in Intergroup Relations: Explaining both harmony and conflict Thomas F. Pettigrew

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