Introducing Intercultural Communication
Global Cultures and Contexts
- Shuang Liu - University of Queensland, Australia
- Zala Volcic - Monash University, Australia
- Cindy Gallois - University of Queensland, Australia
Taking a global and critical perspective, this textbook presents the concepts, theories and applications from the field of intercultural communication in a lively and easy-to-follow style.
Covering all the essential topics, from immigration and intercultural conflict, to intercultural health communication and communication in the workplace, this cutting-edge 4th edition:
- Explains the key theories and concepts you need to know.
- Brings theory to life with a range of global case studies.
- Ties key ideas and debates to the reality of intercultural skills and practice.
- Adds a new chapter on intercultural communication and business.
- Expands coverage of topical areas such as health and crisis communication and virtual communication in the workplace.
Introducing Intercultural Communication is the ideal guide to becoming a critical consumer of information and an effective global citizen. It is essential reading for students of intercultural communication across media and communication studies, and international business and management.
- Multiple choice questions for students
- Discussions points and activities
- Further reading
- Multiple choice questions and short answer questions
- Instructor notes
- PowerPoint slides
Sample Materials & Chapters
Extract from Chapter 1- Intercultural Communication in a Global Community