This collection of original essays by leading international scholars provides a comprehensive introduction to the study of intergroup communication. In Intergroup Communication: Multiple Perspectives, contributors address the key themes in intergroup communication and describe the way communication processes relate to different cultures, gender and sexuality, disability, linguistic issues, and age groups. The chapters examine the important role that intergroup processes play in interpersonal, small group, organizational, and mass communication. This book also considers the impact of new technologies on communication. Intergroup Communication will be invaluable for scholars in the areas of communication and intergroup social psychology and is suited for upper-division undergraduate and introductory graduate courses in those areas.
LANGUAGE AS SOCIAL ACTION
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