The handbook of communication in cross-cultural perspective / edited by Donal Carbaugh
- New York : Routledge, 2017.
- Physical Description:
- xxi, 390 pages ; 26 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Carbaugh, Donal A.
- International Communication Association handbook series
- Part I: Introducing the Handbook -- Chapter 1: Communication in Cross-cultural Perspective / Donal Carbaugh -- Part II: The Idea(l)s of Communication in Cultural Context -- Chapter 2: Terms for Talk, Take 2: Theorizing Communication through its Cultural Terms and Practices / Donal Carbaugh -- Chapter 3: Russian Perspectives on Communication / Igor Klyukanov and Olga Leontovich -- Chapter 4: Arabic Language Ideology and Communication: An Image from Egypt / Camelia Suleiman -- Part III: Critical Inquiry through Plaintive Forms of Cultural Communication, National Identity -- Chapter 5: Oplakvane [complaining] and what it teaches us about Communication in Bulgarian Discourse / Nadezhda Sotirova -- Chapter 6: Jammern[whining] as a German Way of Speaking / Michaela Winchatz -- Chapter 7: Cultural Assumptions about Chinese Communication / Shi-xu -- Part IV: Cultural Styles of Communication with Special Attention to Identity -- Chapter 8: "Laid back" and "irreverent": An ethno-pragmatic analysis of two cultural themes in Australian English communication / Cliff Goddard and Rahel Cramer -- Chapter 9: Mockery and (non-) seriousness in initial interactions amongst American and Australian speakers of English / Michael Haugh -- Chapter 10: Some Distinctive Taiwanese Communication Practices and their Cultural Meanings / Todd Sandel, Hsin-I Yueh and Peih-ying Lu -- Chapter 11: Richard Wilkins, The Optimal Form and its use in Cross-Cultural Analysis: A British "Stiff Upper Lip" and a Finnish Matter-of-fact Style / Richard Wilkins -- Chapter 12: Diaosi [expressing the underdog] as a Way of Relating in Contemporary China / Saskia Witteborn and Qian Huang -- Part V: Electornic and Written Media, Mobile Communication -- Chapter 13: A Perilous Journey: Intercultural Communication through Translated Novels / Haiyong Liu and Mary Garrett -- Chapter 14: Finnish Terms for Talk about Communication on a Mobile Phone /Saila Poutiainen -- Chapter 15: Mobile Phone Technology: Coping Strategies in African Cultural Practice / Kwesi Yankah -- Part VI: Interpersonal Communication, Gender, Respect, Sociability -- Chapter 16: Piropos [amorous flattery] as a cultural term for talk in the Spanish-speaking world / Benjamin Bailey -- Chapter 17: Respeto [respect] in Disrespect: Clashing Cultural Themes withinMexican Immigration Discourses / Patricia Covarrubias -- Chapter 18: Chinese Conceptualizations of Communication:Terms for Talk and Practice / Wenshan Jia and Dexin Tian -- Chapter 19: "Sitting" as a Communication Ritual with special attention to Alcohol Consumption in Russian Culture / Elena Nuciforo -- Part VII: Political Communication -- Chapter 20: "Ma’iingan is our brother": Ojibwe and non-Ojibwe ways of speaking about wolves / Tovar Cerulli -- Chapter 21: Cultural Communication within Nicaraguan Cooperative Meetings / Leah Sprain -- Chapter 22: Mediation Discourse in the United States and Belarus: Culturally Shaped Interactions / Alena Vasilyeva -- Part VIII: Political Communication -- Chapter 23: The discourse of dictatorship in Central Eastern Europe, and the case of Hungarian "hate speech" / David Boromisza-Habashi and Gábor Pál -- Chapter 24: Tokbek [talk-back], Israeli Speech Economy, and Other Non=deliberaive Terms for Political Talk / Gonen Dori-Hacohen -- Chapter 25: Political Condemnations: Public Speech Acts and the Moralization of Discourse / Zohar Kampf & Tamar Katriel -- Part IX: Religious-Based Communication -- Chapter 26: The Friday Sermon ‘Khutbah’ at the Mosque: Messages and Emotions / Abdrabo Abu Alyan -- Chapter 27: Effective Evangelism: Discourse about Best Evangelical Practices in a Chinese Indonesian Evangelical Christian (CIEC) Community in New England / Sunny Lie -- Chapter 28: "Drawing Back to a Sense of the Whole": Positioning Practices in Quaker Administrative Meetings / Elizabeth Molina-Markham -- Epilogue / Gerry Philipsen.
- "This handbook brings together 26 ethnographic research reports from around the world about communication. The studies explore 13 languages from 17 countries across 6 continents. Together, the studies examine, through cultural analyses, communication practices in cross-cultural perspective. In doing so, and as a global community of scholars, the studies explore the diversity in ways communication is understood around the world, examine specific cultural traditions in the study of communication, and thus inform readers about the range of ways communication is understood around the world. Some of the communication practices explored include complaining, hate speech, irreverence, respect, and uses of the mobile phone. The focus of the handbook, however, is dual in that it brings into view both communication as an academic discipline and its use to unveil culturally situated practices. By attending to communication in these ways, as a discipline and a specific practice, the handbook is focused on, and will be an authoritative resource for understanding communication in cross-cultural perspective. Designed at the nexus of various intellectual traditions such as the ethnography of communication, linguistic ethnography, and cultural approaches to discourse, the handbook employs, then, a general approach which, when used, understands communication in its particular cultural scenes and communities."--Publisher's website.
- 9781138892095 hardback
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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