Introducing intercultural communication: global cultures and by Shuang Liu, Zala Volcic, Cindy Gallois
By Shuang Liu, Zala Volcic, Cindy Gallois
Introducing Intercultural Communication makes use of examples and case experiences from worldwide to situate communique conception in a very worldwide standpoint. overlaying the necessities from foreign clash to migration and social networking, this booklet indicates scholars the best way to grasp the abilities and ideas at paintings in how we converse and comprehend one another throughout cultural obstacles.
Each bankruptcy brings to existence the hyperlinks among concept and perform, and among the worldwide and native, exhibiting you the way to appreciate the impact of your tradition on the way you view your self and others. during this publication:
- Theory bins aid you use key principles in paintings contexts.
- Case experiences from eu, chinese language, Australian and American contexts provide you with a very worldwide standpoint.
- Critical questions assist you to problem your self.
- A complete bankruptcy supplies sensible easy methods to turn into a good intercultural communicator.
- Annotated lists of extra studying and loose entry to on-line SAGE magazine articles help you on your learn.
- A spouse web site (https://study.sagepub.com/liu2e) offers you workout questions, in addition to prolonged studying lists.
This booklet will consultant you to good fortune on your reviews and may train you to develop into a extra serious client of information.
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