Intercultural Communication: Strategies, Challenges and Research


Brenda Griffin (Editor)

Series: Social Issues, Justice and Status
BISAC: SOC002010

This book explores the issues related to the intercultural competence of future teachers and their readiness to work with children in a multicultural environment. An increasingly large number of Chinese multinational corporations (MNCs) have expanded their presence in global markets at high speed and on a large scale. In this book, is provided an example of the Chinese pattern of global expansion by investigating a specific successful marketing effort of a MNC headquartered in the People’s Republic China (PRC). It also looks at the problems of intercultural communication of the Gypsy ethnic group in Transcarpathia. It attends to the issues of rhythm and the aesthetic experience in the late works of Edward Hall, the founder of the discipline intercultural communication (IC), and in the ideas of John Dewey, especially in his Art as Experience. The feminization of migration opens new spaces of communication, loosens the sexual division of labor, and transforms gender roles and models. Different forms of discrimination have different effects on individual and collective identities. This book provides the elements of discussion needed for the development of public policies to protect Latin American women rights making visible gender issues in the context of the international political agenda. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Educating Teachers for a Multicultural School Environment
Valerian F. Gabdulchakov, Evgeniya O. Shishova (Kazan Federal University, Kazan, Russia)

Chapter 2. International Managerial Communication: An Analysis of Project Team Communication in a China-Based Country Organization
Bertha Du-Babcock (City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

Chapter 3. The Gypsy Media in Transcarpathia: The Problems of Intercultural Communication and Overcoming the Status of Social Outsiders of the Ethnic Group
Yu. M. Bidzilya (Uzhhorod National University, Uzhhorod, Ukraine)

Chapter 4. Rhythm and Intercultural Communication: Edward Hall’s and John Dewey’s Search for the Aesthetic Experience
Stephen Holmes (Hochschule der Wirtschaft für Management, Mannheim, Germany)

Chapter 5. Intercultural Communication and the Feminization of Migrations in Latin America: The Case of Chile
M. Cristina Cardona Moltó, Susan V. Sanhueza Henríquez, Norma Baca Tavira (University of Alicante, Alicante, Spain and others)


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