Cover of: Cultural otherness and beyond | Read Online

Cultural otherness and beyond

  • 19 Want to read
  • ·
  • 50 Currently reading

Published by Brill in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English


  • Intercultural communication.,
  • Ethnocentrism.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Statementedited by Chhanda Gupta and D.P. Chattopadhyaya.
SeriesPhilosophy of history and culture,, v. 19
ContributionsGupta, Chhanda., Chattopadhyaya, D. P. 1933-
LC ClassificationsGN345.6 .C85 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 252 p. ;
Number of Pages252
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL700385M
ISBN 109004100261
LC Control Number97048656

Download Cultural otherness and beyond


Overview This book explores and analyses cultural encounters to expose the diversity of ways in which 'otherness' has been constituted, communicated and transformed in contemporary and Cited by: 2. About the Book The book is supported by discussion of relevant theory and research in cultural Race: Cultural Influences on Human Social Life has stressed learner-centered teaching with the instructor taking on the role of a facilitator of : Vera Kennedy.   This book goes beyond divisive definitions and investigates the bridges linking biological and cultural diversity. The international team of authors explore the common drivers of loss, and argue that policy responses should target both forms of diversity in a novel integrative approach to conservation, thus reducing the gap between science, policy and : Paperback. In "Beyond Culture," Hall draws on his personal, firsthand experience and quotes from material previously presented in his other publications, "The Silent Language," Doubleday & Company Inc., , and "The Hidden Dimension," Doubleday & Company,

  Beyond Multiculturalism book. Views from Anthropology. Beyond Multiculturalism. DOI link for Beyond Multiculturalism. Beyond Multiculturalism book. cultural studies and law. Beyond Multiculturalism is the first volume of its kind to offer a comparative, worldwide view of multiculturalism, considering both traditional multicultural. The topic of this chapter is the language of the news. As I finish writing it four days after the 11 September terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, reports of the events are being broadcast continuously. In the sociological literature Otherness is conceptualized as a condition of difference that is imposed upon a group of people by another, more powerful group. In this qualitative, phenomenological study, it was determined that Americans of Korean descent do, in fact, experience Otherness and it is an integral part of their identities. The Silent Language () The Hidden Dimension () Beyond Culture () Everett M. Rogers, William B. Hart, and Yoshitaka Miike (), Edward T. Hall and The History of Intercultural Communication: The United States and Japan. Gary Huang (), Beyond Culture: Communicating with Asian American Children and Families at Teachers College, Columbia University.

Primus Books is an academic publisher, serving learning and scholarship in higher education and the professional world. We publish groundbreaking research monographs, edited volumes, reference works and textbook in print and electronic formats. Read more.   This hugely successful global history of the twentieth century is written by four prominent international historians for first-year undergraduate level and upward. Using their thematic and regional expertise, the authors have produced an authoritative yet accessible and seamless account of the history of international relations in the last century, covering events in Europe, Asia, the Middle. Likewise, critical cultural incidents can be used tomake learners face cultural differences as well as to unmask unjust power relations against the Other. They are commonly presented in the form of dialogues or description of scenarios that depict people's emotional states and reactions when facing culture shock, miscommunication, or cross. Cultural Otherness. Marjane Satrapi, author of “Persepolis,” lectured at Whitman in April. The very first assignment for first-year Whitman students in happened during the summer — a pre-official start to the academic year: Get to know one Iranian child through a special book. Its comic-book-like strips of black-and-white illustrations provided a potent entrée into the stark realities of a child .