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Transforming Communication About Culture: Critical New Directions

by Collier M SAGE Publications, Inc
Pub Date:
12/2001
ISBN:
9780761924883
Format:
Pbk 320 pages
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Transforming Communication About Culture includes thought-provoking contributions about the ways in which people`s lives and experiences across the globe are being transformed by technological changes, media institutions, political ideologies, and social forces.

Acknowledgements Transforming Communication About Culture: An Introduction - M.J. Collier 1. Japanese-ness, Whiteness, and the 'Other' in Japan's Internationalization - E. Fujimoto 2. From 'Orphan of Asia' to 'Moses Coming Out of Egypt': A Metaphorical An

Mary Jane Collier (Ph.D., University of Southern California, 1982) is Professor and Chair of the Department of Human Communication Studies, School of Communication, at the University of Denver. Her research interests focus on such cultural identities and discourses across multiple contexts. Her work appears in such journals as: Communication Monographs, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, Communication Quarterly, and Howard Journal of Communication, and in various scholarly books and texts.