Downscaling culture : revisiting intercultural communication / edited by Jaspal Naveel Singh, Argyro Kantara, Dorottya Cserző.

Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016.
xiv, 382 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm


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  • The journey is its own reward : downscaling culture in intercultural communication research / Jaspal Naveel Singh
  • Culture as interruption : how participants' practices make culture as interaction in lingua franca conversations / Argyro Kantara
  • We just eat what we like : downplaying culture through food talk and practices in transnational families / Marta Wilczek-Watson
  • Blue paint and white underwear : miscommunication and humour in intercultural contexts / Mabel P. Victoria
  • Downscaling culture in intercultural interaction : the case of nurses' professional values in New Zealand / Mariana Lazzaro-Salazar
  • School as thing and process : using scales to complexify schools / Adam Wood
  • Challenges in the 'language and culture' pedagogy as promoted in Andalusia's 'bilingual schools program' : the case of (inter)cultural content in secondary-school textbooks / Christian Abello-Contesse and María Dolores López-Jiménez
  • The growth of English in Delhi : new perspectives in a multilingual setting / Shobha Satyanath and Richa Sharma
  • Language choice negotiations in parent-child interaction : family language policy as a collaborative achievement / Mina Kheirkhah
  • Pity, mass media and social scales / Harriet Lloyd
  • Multiscalarity and polycentricity in rap artists' social media communication : multisemiotic negotiations of otherness and integration / Elina Westinen
  • Contextualising culture : from transcultural theory to the empirical analysis of participants' practices / Yannik Porsché
  • Nexus analysis meets scales : an exploration of sites of engagement in videochat interviews / Dorottya Cserzö
  • Postscript : Scaling the field of intercultural communication : reflections and trajectories of Culture / Tereza Spilioti and Korina Giaxoglou.
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  • 9781443890564 (hardback)
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