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The Handbook of Critical Intercultural Communication

Nakayama, Thomas K. / Halualani, Rona Tamiko (Herausgeber)

Handbooks in Communication and Media


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624 Seiten, Hardcover

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An up-to-date and comprehensive resource for scholars and students of critical intercultural communication studies

In the newly revised second edition of The Handbook of Critical Intercultural Communication, a lineup of outstanding critical researchers delivers a one-stop collection of contemporary and relevant readings that define, delineate, and inhabit what it means to 'do critical intercultural communication.' In this handbook, you will uncover the latest research and contributions from leading scholars in the field, covering core theoretical, methodological, and applied works that give shape to the arena of critical intercultural communication studies.

The handbook's contents scaffold up from historical revisitings to theorizings to inquiry and methodologies and critical projects and applications. This work invites readers to deeply immerse themselves in and reflect upon the thematic threads shared within and across each chapter. Readers will also find:
* Newly included instructors' resources, including reading assignments, discussion guides, exercises, and syllabi
* Current and state-of-the-art essays introducing the book and delineating each section
* Brand-new sections on critical inquiry practices and methodologies and contemporary critical intercultural projects and topics such as settler colonialism, intersectionalities, queerness, race, identities, critical intercultural pedagogy, migration, ecologies, critical futures, and more

Perfect for scholars, researchers, and students of intercultural communication, intercultural studies, critical communication, and critical cultural studies, The Handbook of Critical Intercultural Communication, 2nd edition, stands as the premier resource for anyone interested in the dynamic and ever evolving field of study and praxis: critical intercultural communication studies.

Notes on Contributors xi

Acknowledgments xix

1. Critical Intercultural Communication Studies: Formation: From Crossroads to Trajectories and Urgencies on Shifting Terrain 1
Rona Tamiko Halualani and Thomas K. Nakayama

Part I Critical Junctures and Reflections in Critical Intercultural Communication Studies: Revisiting and Retracing 29

2. Writing the Intellectual History of Intercultural Communication 31
Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz

3. Intercultural Communication and Dialectics Revisited 41
Thomas K. Nakayama and Judith N. Martin

4. Critical Reflections on Culture and Critical Intercultural Communication 57
Dreama G. Moon

5. Reflections on "Problematizing 'Nation' in Intercultural Communication Research" 73
Kent A. Ono

6. "A Transdisciplinary Turn in Critical Intercultural Communication" 85
Ako Inuzuka

7. "Other Bodies" in Interaction: Queer Relationalities and Intercultural Communication 95
Gust A. Yep

8. Theorizing at the End of the World: Transforming Critical Intercultural Communication 109
S. Lily Mendoza

Part II Critical Theoretical Dimensions in Critical Intercultural Communication Studies 127

9. Culture as Text and Culture as Theory: Asiacentricity and Its Raison D'être in Intercultural Communication Research 129
Yoshitaka Miike

10. Fabricating Difference: Interculturality and the Politics of Language 151
Crispin Thurlow

11. Livin' la Vida Marimacha: Post Borderlands and Queerness in Starz's Vida 167
Bernadette Marie Calafell and Nivea Castaneda Acrey

12. The Hegemony of English and the Rise of Anti-globalism: Problems, Ideologies, and Solutions 177
Yukio Tsuda

13. On Terra Nullius and Texts: Settler Colonialism, Native Disappearance, and the Introductory Cultural Studies Reader 197
Aimee Carrillo Rowe

14. Studying AsiaPacifiQueer Communication: An Autoethnographic Critique of Japanese Queer Reimagining(s) of Hawai'i 211
Shinsuke Eguchi

15. Re-imagining Intercultural Communication Amid Multiple Pandemics 227
Kathryn Sorrells

16. Therapeutic Media Representations: Recreating and Contesting the Past in Poland 249
Jolanta A. Drzewiecka

17. A Call for Transformative Cultural Collaboration: Jewish Identity, the Race-religion Constellation, and Fighting Back Against White Nationalism 263
Miriam Shoshana Sobre

18. Decolonizing Theory and Research: Asiacentric Womanism as an Emancipatory Paradigm for Intercultural Communication Studies 277
Jing Yin

19. Why Do Citizens with Guns Fear Immigrants with Flags? Flag-waving and Differential Adaptation Theory 299
Antonio Tomas De La Garza and Kent A. Ono

Part III Critical Inquiry Practices in Critical Intercultural Communication Studies 315

20. Methodological Reexaminations: Decolonizing Autoethnography and New Pathways in Critical Intercultural Communication 317
Ahmet Atay

21. Embracing the Rigor of Critical Intercultural Communication Methods of Inquiry: Reflections on Seeing, Knowing, and Doing 327
Mark P. Orbe

22. A Sense of Healing: A Relational Meditation in Queer (and Trans) of Color Communism 337
Lore/tta LeMaster and Michael Tristano, Jr.

23. Doing Critical Intercultural Communication Work as Political Commitment: Lessons Learned from Ethnographic Methods 351
Gloria Nziba Pindi

24. Configuring a Post- and Decolonial Pedagogy: The Theory-method Conundrum 365
Devika Chawla

25. Critical Embodiment: Reflections on the Imperative of Praxis in the Four Seasons of Ethnography 375
Sarah Amira de la Garza

26. The Depths of the Coatlicue State: Mitos, Religious Poetics, and the Politics of Soul Murder in Queer of Color Critique 383
Robert Gutierrez-Perez

27. Culture Counts: Quantitative Approaches to Critical Intercultural Communication 395
Srividya Ramasubramanian, Julius Matthew Riles, and Omotayo O. Banjo

28. Culture-centered Method for Decolonization: Community Organizing to Dismantle Capitalist-colonial Organizing 407
Mohan Dutta

Part IV Critical Topics in Critical Intercultural Communication Studies 419

29. Homophobic Ghana? A Critical Intercultural Communication Intervention 421
Godfried Asante

30. Discussions of Race and Racism in Asian North American Pacific Islander's YouTube Videos: A Content Analysis 429
Kristin L. Drogos and Vincent N. Pham

31. Critical Intercultural Communication Pedagogy at a Crossroads: Espousing Commitments as Pedagogical Praxis 441
Yea-Wen Chen and Brandi Lawless

32. What's Cooking? Caste as the (Not So) Secret Ingredient of Indian American Identity 451
Santhosh Chandrashekar

33. The Aftermath of the Las Vegas Shooting: Engaging in Critical Intercultural Communication Pedagogy 459
Richie Neil Hao

34. Bridgerton: A Case Study in Critical Cultural Approaches to Racial Representations in Popular Culture 465
Tina M. Harris and Meghan S. Sanders

35. Unsettling Intercultural Communication: Settler Militarism and Indigenous Resistance from Oceania 473
Tiara R. Na'puti and Riley I. Taitingfong

36. Recovering the Dots of Social Injustice and Ecological Violence: A Case for Critical Intercultural Communication 483
Etsuko Kinefuchi

37. Navigating Undocumented Activism: Narratives, Positionality, and Immigration Politics 493
Josue David Cisneros and Ana Lisa Eberline

38. A Critical Intercultural View of War on Terror Militarism: The Case of the Production of Knowledge About Afghan Women in North America and Western Europe 503
Isra Ali

39. Reading a Letter for Black Lives Matter: A Cultural Studies Approach to Asian American Intercultural Communication 509
LeiLani Nishime and Elizabeth S. Parks

40. Interstitials: Post-pandemic Reflections on the Matrix of Access, Inclusion and Privilege 517
Priya Raman and Deanna L. Fassett

41. Sensing Race in the Time of COVID-19 527
Sachi Sekimoto

42. Intersectional Delights: White South African Diaspora in the US 535
Melissa Steyn and Cuthbeth Tagwirei

Part V Critical Intercultural Communication Futures 551

43. Returning to (Neo)Normal: A Case Study in Critical Intercultural Health Communication 553
Kristen L. Cole, Leandra Hinojosa Hernández, and Sarah De Los Santos Upton

44. The Intercultural Questions at the Center of a Critical Reclamation of the University 569
Kathleen F. McConnell

45. The Challenge of the 'More-than-human World': Toward an Ecological Turn in Intercultural Communication 577
S. Lily Mendoza and Etsuko Kinefuchi

46. Conclusion: Dynamic Challenges of Critical Intercultural Communication Studies 595
Thomas K. Nakayama and Rona Tamiko Halualani

Index 599
THOMAS K. NAKAYAMA is Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Northeastern University in Boston. He is the founding Editor of the Journal of International and Intercultural Communication and co-founding Editor of QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking.

RONA TAMIKO HALUALANI is a Professor of Intercultural Communication in the Department of Communication Studies at San José State University. She was formerly the Editor of the Journal of International and Intercultural Communication.

T. K. Nakayama, Northeastern University, USA; R. T. Halualani, San Jose State University, USA