|aThe handbook of critical intercultural communication /|cedited by Thomas K. Nakayama and Rona Tamiko Halualani.
|aCritical intercultural communication
|aHoboken, N.J. :|bWiley-Blackwell,|c2013.
|axviii, 630 p. ;|c25 cm.
|aHandbooks in communication and media
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|tCritical intercultural communication studies: at a crossroads /|rRona Tamiko Halualani ; Thomas K. Nakayama --|gPart 1: Critical junctures and reflections in our field: a revisiting. --|tWriting the intellectual history of intercultural communication /|rWendy Leeds-Hurwitz --|tCritical reflections on culture and critical intercultural communication /|rDreama G. Moon --|tReflecting upon "enlarging conceptual boundaries: a critique of research in intercultural communication" /|rAlberto González --|tIntercultural communication dialectics revisited /|rJudith N. Martin ; Thomas K. Nakayama --|tReflections on "problematizing 'nation' in intercultural communication research" /|rKent A. Ono --|tReflections on "bridging paradigms: how not to throw out the baby of collective representation with the functionalist bathwater in critical intercultural communication" /|rS. Lily Mendoza --|tRevisiting the borderlands of critical intercultural communication /|rLeda Cooks --|tExpanding the circumference of intercultural communication study /|rWilliam J. Starosta ; Guo-Ming Chen --|gPart 2: Critical dimensions in intercultural communication studies --|tInternationalizing critical race communication studies: transnationality, space, and affect /|rRaka Shome --|tRe-imagining intercultural communication in the context of globalization /|rKathryn Sorrells --|tCulture as text and culture as theory: Asiacentricity and its raison d'être in intercultural communication research /|rYoshitaka Miike --|tEntering the inter: power lines in intercultural communication /|rAimee Carrillo Rowe --|tSpeaking of difference: language, inequality and interculturality /|rCrispin Thurlow --|tSpeaking against the hegemony of English: problems, ideologies and solutions /|rYukio Tsuda --|tCoculturation: toward a critical theoretical framework of cultural adjustment /|rMelissa L. Curtin --|tPublic memories in the shadow of the other: divided memories and national identity /|rJolanta A. Drzewiecka --|tCritical intercultural communication, remembrances of George Washington Williams, and the rediscovery of Leopold II's "Crimes against humanity" /|rMarouf Hasian --|gPart 3: Critical topics in intercultural communication studies. --|tSituating gender in critical intercultural communication studies /|rLara Lengel ; Scott C. Martin --|tIdentity and difference: race and the necessity of the discriminating subject /|rRonald L. Jackson II ; Jamie Moshin --|tBr(other) in the classroom: testimony, reflection, and cultural negotiation /|rBryant Keith Alexander --|tWhen frankness goes funky: Afro-proxemics meets western polemics at the border of the suburb /|rJim Perkinson --|tIterative hesitancies and Latinidad: the reverberances of raciality /|rBernadette Marie Calafell ; Shane Moreman --|tWe got game: race, masculinity, and civilization in professional team sport /|rLisa A. Flores ; Karen Lee Ashcraft ; Tracy Marafiote --|tIt really isn't about you: whiteness and the dangers of thinking you got it /|rJohn T. Warren --|tCritical reflections on a pedagogy of ability /|rDeanna L. Fassett --|tThe scarlet letter, vigilantism, and the politics of sadism /|rRichard Morris --|tAuthenticity and identity in the portable homeland /|rVictoria Chen --|tLayers of Nikkei: Japanese diaspora and World War II /|rEtsuko Kinefuchi --|tPlacing South Asian digital diasporas in second life /|rRadhika Gajjala --|t"The creed of the white kid": A diss-apology /|rMelissa Steyn --|tA critical reflection on an intercultural communication workshop: Mexicans and Taiwanese working on the U.S.-Mexico border /|rHsin-I Cheng --|t"Quit whining and tell me about your experiences!": (in)tolerance, pragmatism, and muting in intergroup dialogue /|rSarah DeTurk --|tA proposal for concerted collaboration between critical scholars of intercultural and organizational communication /|rBrenda J. Allen --|gPart 4: Critical visions of intercultural communication studies. --|tConclusion: envisioning the pathway(s) of critical intercultural communication studies /|rThomas K. Nakayama ; Rona Tamiko Halualani.
|aThe Handbook of Critical Intercultural Communication aims to furnish scholars with a consolidated resource of works that highlight all aspects of the field, its historical inception, logics, terms, and possibilities. A consolidated resource of works that highlights all aspects of this developing field, its historical inception, logics, terms, and possibilities - Traces the significant historical developments in intercultural communication - Helps students and scholars to revisit, assess, and reflect on the formation of critical intercultural communication studies - Posits new directions for the field in terms of theorizing, knowledge production, and social justice engagement.