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Intercultural Communication

Globalization and Social Justice

Kathryn Sorrells California State University, Northridge
© 2013   312 pages   SAGE Publications, Inc   
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PART I. COMMUNICATION, CULTURE AND DIFFERENCE IN THE GLOBAL CONTEXT
1. Opening the Conversation: Studying Intercultural Communication
2. Intercultural Communication in the Context of Globalization
3. Globalizing Body Politics: Embodied Verbal and Nonverbal Communication
PART II. LOCAL AND GLOBAL CONNECTIONS IN THE WEB OF GLOBALIZATION
4. (Dis) Placing Culture and Cultural Spaces: Locations of Nonverbal and Verbal Communication
5. Crossing Borders: Migration and Intercultural Adaptation
6. Jamming Media and Popular Culture: Analyzing Messages about Diverse Cultures
7. Privileging Relationships: Intercultural Communication in Interpersonal Contexts
PART III. INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL JUSTICE IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBALIZATION
8. The Culture of Capitalism and the Business of Intercultural Communication
9. Negotiating Intercultural Conflict: Strategies for Intercultural Relations
10. Engaging Intercultural Communication for Social Justice: Challenges and Possibilities for Global Citizenship

Intercultural Communication

Globalization and Social Justice

Kathryn Sorrells California State University, Northridge
© 2013   312 pages   SAGE Publications, Inc  

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Intercultural Communication: Globalization and Social Justice introduces students to the complex relationships, structures, and contexts that shape intercultural communication in the new millennium. This book examines intercultural communication within the geopolitical, economic, and cultural context of globalization and offers a dynamic and complex understanding of culture that addresses the many challenges we face today—from discrimination, racial profiling, and ethnic conflict to local and global wealth disparities. This book takes a social justice approach and provides a framework to create a more equitable world through communication.

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