Further Readings

Chapter 1: Challenges of Living in a Global Community

Further readings


Journal Article 1.1: Plaut, Victoria C., Thomas, Kecia M., Hurd, Kyneshawau and Romano, Celina A. (2018) ‘Do color blindness and multiculturalism remedy or foster discrimination and racism?’, Current Directions in Psychological Science, 27(3): 200-206.

Recommended readings

Cultural diversity

Journal Article 1.2: Diller, Jeremy V. (2011) Cultural Diversity: A Primer for the Human Services. Belmont: Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning.

Journal Article 1.3: King-Shier, Kathryn, Lau, Alussa, Fung, Sunny, LeBlanc, Pamela and Johal, Simran (2018) ‘Ethnoccultural influences in how people prefer to obtain and receive health information’, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27(7-8): E1519-E1528.

Journal Article 1.4: Saxena, Anita (2014) ‘Workforce diversity: a key to improve productivity’, Procedia Economics and Finance, 11: 76-85.


Journal Article 1.5: Govil, Nitin and Baishya, Anirban Kapil (2018) ‘The bully in the pulpit: autocracy, digital social media, and right-wing populist technoculture’, Communication, Culture & Critique, 11(1): 67-84.

Journal Article 1.6: Prabhakar, Akhilesh C. (2013) ‘Global economy: new trends’, Journal of Applied Finance and Banking, 3(4): 229-244.

Intercultural communication

Journal Article 1.7: Savva, Maria (2017) ‘The personal struggles of “national” educators working in “international” schools: an intercultural perspective’, Globalisation, Societies and Education, 15(5): 576-589.

Migration and refugees

Journal Article 1.8: Abramitzky, Ran, Platt Boustan, Leah and Eriksson, Katherine (2012) ‘Europe’s tired, poor, huddled masses: self-selection and economic outcomes in the age of mass migration’, American Economic Review, 102(5): 1832-1856.

Journal Article 1.9: Zhan, Jenny H., Wang, Qi, Fawcett, Zoe, Li, Xiaoqing and Fan, Xiying (2017) ‘Finding a sense of home across the pacific in the old age – Chinese American senior’s report of life satisfaction in a foreign land’, Cross-Cultural Gerontology, 32(1): 31-55.


Journal Article 1.10: Carruthers, Ashley (2013) ‘National multiculturalism, transnational identities’, Journal of Intercultural Studies, 34(2): 214-228.

Chapter 2: Culture and People

Further readings

Culture and Globalization

Journal Article 2.1: Rubira, Rainer and Gisela Gil-Egui (2017) ‘Wikipedia as a space for discursive constructions of globalization’, International Communication Gazette 1(1): 1-17.

Recommended readings

Cultural customs and traditions

Journal Article 2.2: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australian Government (2018) ‘Travel advice’, Smart Traveller [online]. Available at: http://smartraveller.gov.au/guide/all-travellers/Pages/default.aspx

Journal Article 2.3: Israel, Hilda (2011) ‘I am an African, I speak an African language: cultural dimensions of African development and learning from others’, International Journal of African Renaissance Studies, 6(1): 107-120.

Culture and globalization

Journal Article 2.4: Miahouakana Matondo, Jean Pierre (2012) ‘Cross-cultural values comparison between Chinese and Sub-Saharan Africans’, International Journal of Business and Social Science, 3(11): 38-45.

Cultural identity and hybridity

Journal Article 2.5: Lee, Julian C. H. (2016) ‘On culture and hybridity: “Gangnam Style” and the inventiveness of tradition’, in J. C. H. Lee (ed.), Narratives of Globalization. London: Rowman & Littlefield. pp. 7-19.

Journal Article 2.6: Shore, Chris and Black, Annabel (1994) ‘Citizens’ Europe and the construction of European identity’, in V. A. Goddard, J. R. Llobera and C. Shore (eds.), The Anthropology of Europe: Identity and Boundaries in Conflict. Oxford and Providence, RI: Berg Publishers. pp. 275-298.

Emic and etic approaches

Journal Article 2.7: Lau, Victor P., Dimitrova, Mihaela N., Shaffer, Margaret A., Davidkov, Tzvetan and Yordanova, Desislava I. (2012) ‘Entrepreneurial readiness and firm growth: an integrated etic and emic approach’, Journal of International Management, 18(2): 147-159.

Journal Article 2.8: Smith, Courtland L. (2005) ‘An emic approach to distinguishing facts from values’, Applied Environmental Education and Communication, 4(4): 353-361.


Journal Article 2.9: Hecht, Michael, Jackson II, Ronald L., Lindsley, Sheryl, Strauss, Susan, and Johnson, Karen E. (2001) ‘A layered approach to ethnicity: language and communication’, in P. Robinson and H. Giles (eds.), The New Handbook of Language and Social Psychology. Chichester, UK: Wiley. pp. 429-449.

Discoursive construction of culture and identity

Journal Article 2.10: Whelan, Y. (2016) Heritage, Memory and the Politics of Identity: New Perspectives on the Cultural Landscape. London, UK: Routledge.

Chapter 3: Communication and Culture

Recommended readings


Journal Article 3.1: Ephratt, Michal (2008) ‘The functions of silence’, Journal of Pragmatics, 40(11): 1909-1938.

Journal Article 3.2: Motley, Michael T. (1990) ‘On whether one can(not) not communicate: an examination via traditional communication postulates’, Western Journal of Speech Communication, 54: 1-20.

Communication models

Journal Article 3.3: Guidotti, Tee L. (2013). ‘Communication models in environmental health’, Journal of Health Communication: International Perspectives, 18(10): 1166-1179.

Journal Article 3.4: Oh, Yeeyun, Bellur, Saraswathi and Sundar, S. Shyam (2018) ‘Clicking, assessing, immersing, and sharing: an empirical model of user engagement with interactive media’, Communication Research, 45(5): 737-763.

Communication technologies

Journal Article 3.5: Lewis, Tania (2018) ‘Digital food: From paddock to platform’, Communication Research and Practice. DOI:10.1080/22041451.2018.1476795.

Journal Article 3.6: Ruddat, Michael, Sautter, Alexander, Renn, Ortwin, Pfenning, Uwe and Ulmer, Frank (2010) ‘Communication about a communication technology’, Journal of Risk Research, 31(3): 261-278.

Journal Article 3.7: Shen, Hong (2018) ‘Building a digital Silk Road? Situating the internet in China's belt and road initiative’, International Journal of Communication, 12: 2683-2701.

Communication and culture

Journal Article 3.8: Halualani, Rona T. (2008) ‘How do multicultural university students define and make sense of intercultural contact? A qualitative study’, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 32: 1-16.

Journal Article 3.9: Leonard, Karen M., Van Scotter, James R. and Pakdil, Fatma (2009) ‘Culture and communication: cultural variations and media effectiveness’, Administration & Society, 41(7): 850-877.

Journal Article 3.10: Karimi, Ali (2017) ‘Medium of the oppressed: folk music, forced migration and tactical media’, Communication, Culture & Critique, 10(4): 729-745.

Chapter 4: Perception and Categorization

Further readings

Perception and culture

Journal Article 4.1: Maddux, William W. and Yuki, Masaki (2006) ‘The “Ripple effect”: cultural differences in perceptions of the consequences of events’, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 32: 669-683.

Journal Article 4.2: Wang, Cynthia S., Whitson, Jennifer A. and Menon, Tanya (2012) ‘Culture, control, and illusory pattern perception’, Social Psychological and Personality Science, 3(5): 630-638.

Recommended readings

Attribution and implicit personality theories

Journal Article 4.3: Kim, Hyun Mo, Jung, Sun Ho and Park, JaeHong (2018) ‘The impact of past performance on information valuation in virtual communities: Empirical study in online stock message boards’, Information Processing & Management, 54(4): 740-753.

Journal Article 4.4: Martinko, Mark J., Harvey, Paul and Dasborough, Marie T. (2011) ‘Attribution theory in the organizational sciences: a case of unrealized potential’, Journal of Organizational Behavior, 32(1): 144-149.

Journal Article 4.5: Orth, Ulrich R., Stockl, Albert, Veale, Roberta, Brouard, Joelle, et al. (2012) ‘Using attribution theory to explain tourists’ attachments to place-based brands’, Journal of Business Research, 65(9): 1321-1327.

Perception and culture

Journal Article 4.6: Nisbett, Richard E. and Yuri, Miyamoto (2005) ‘The influence of culture: holistic vs. analytic perception’, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 9(10): 467-473.

Journal Article 4.7: Pogosyan, Marianna and Englemann, Jan B. (2011) ‘Cultural differences in affect intensity perception in the context of advertising’, Frontiers in Psychology, 7(2): 313-357.

Stereotypes, prejudice and racism

Journal Article 4.8: Damigella, Daniela and Licciardello, Orazio (2014) ‘Stereotypes and prejudices at school: a study on primary school reading books’, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 127(2014): 209-213.

Journal Article 4.9: Valentino, Nicholas A., Neuner, Fabian G. and Vandenbroek, L. Matthew (2018) ‘The changing norms of racial political rhetoric and the end of racial priming’, Journal of Politics, 80(3): 757-771.

Journal Article 4.10: Zhang, Yunying (2017) ‘Stereotyping and communication’, in L. Chen (ed.), Intercultural Communication. Boston/Berlin: De Gruyter. pp. 529-562.

Chapter 5: Value Orientations and Behaviour

Further readings

Cultural dimensions

Journal Article 5.1: Minkov, Michael, Bond, Michael H., Dutt, Pinaki, Schachner, Michael, Morales, Oswaldo, et al. (2018) ‘A reconsideration of Hofstede’s fifth dimension: new flexibility versus monumentalism data from 54 Countries’, Cross-Cultural Research, 52(3): 309-333.

Recommended readings

Cultural dimensions

Journal Article 5.2: Chen, Andrew N. K., Lee, Younghwa and Hwang, Yujong (2018) ‘Managing online wait: designing effective waiting screens across cultures’ Information & Management, 55(5): 558-575.

Journal Article 5.3: Hofstede, Geert J. (2001) Culture’s Consequences, Comparing Values, Behaviors, Institutions, and Organizations Across Nations. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Journal Article 5.4: Migliore, Laura A. (2011) ‘Relation between big five personality traits and Hofstede’s cultural dimensions: samples from the USA and India’, Cross Cultural Management, 18(1): 38-54.

Cultural values and behaviour

Journal Article 5.5: Chen, Xiaohua S., Bond, Michael H., Chan, Bacon, Tang, Donghui and Bachtel, Emma, E. (2009) ‘Behavioral manifestations of modesty’, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 40(4): 603-626.

Journal Article 5.6: Okereke, Chukwumerije, Vincent, Olusegun and Mordi, Chima (2018) Determinants of Nigerian managers’ environmental attitude: Africa’s Ubuntu ethics versus global capitalism’, Thunderbird International Business Review, 60(4): 577-590.

Ethical principles in intercultural communication

Journal Article 5.7: Cordner, Christopher (2004) ‘Foucault and ethical universality’, Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy, 47(6): 580-596.

Schwartz’s cultural taxonomy

Journal Article 5.8: Krystallis, Athanasios and Vassallo, Marco (2011) ‘The usefulness of understanding Schwartz’s “values theory” in understanding consumer behaviour towards differentiated products’, Journal of Marketing Management, 28(11/12): 1438-1463.

Journal Article 5.9: Ng, Siew I., Lee, Julie A. and Soutar, Geoffrey N. (2007) ‘Are Hofstede’s and Schwartz’s value frameworks congruent?’, International Marketing Review, 24(2): 164-180.

Value orientations

Journal Article 5.10: Kluckhohn, Clyde (1948) Mirror of Man. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Journal Article 5.11: Ting-Toomey, Stella and Chung, Leeva C. (2012) Understanding Intercultural Communication (2nd edn). Los Angeles, CA: Roxbury.

Chapter 6: Identities and Subgroups

Further readings

Defining identities

Journal Article 6.1: Banks, Stephen P., Louie, Esther and Einerson, Martha (2000) ‘Constructing personal identities in holiday letters’, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships’, 17(2): 299-327.

Gender identity

Journal Article 6.2: Stapleton, Karyn and Wilson, John (2004) ‘Gender, nationality and identity: a discursive study’, European Journal of Women’s Studies, 11(1): 45-60.

Recommended readings

Defining identities

Journal Article 6.3: Heersmink, Richard (2018) ‘The narrative self, distributed memory, and evocative objects’, Philosophical Studies, 175(8): 1829-1849.

Ethnic identity

Journal Article 6.4: Li, Mu (2018) ‘Emergent Chinese diasporic identity and culture: Chinese grave markers and mortuary rituals in Newfoundland’, Journal of American Folklore, 131(519): 53-90.

Gender identity

Journal Article 6.5: Rumbach, Jennifer (2013) ‘Towards inclusive resettlement for LGBTI refugees’, Forced Migration Review, 42: 40-43.

Identity negotiation

Journal Article 6.6: Huang, Ying (2011) ‘Identity negotiation in relation to context of communication’, Theory and Practice in Language Studies, 1(3): 219-225.

Intercultural communication and identities

Journal Article 6.7: Moloney, Robyn (2009) ‘Forty per cent French: intercultural competence and identity in an Australian language classroom’, Intercultural Education, 20(1): 71-81.

National identity

Journal Article 6.8: Austin, Catherine and Fozdar, Farida (2016) ‘Australian national identity: Empirical research since 1998’, National Identities, 20(3): 277-298.

Religious identity

Journal Article 6.9: Arweck, Elisabeth and Nesbitt, Eleanor (2010) ‘Young people’s identity formation in mixed faith families: continuity or discontinuity of religious traditions?’, Journal of Contemporary Religion, 25(1): 67-87.

Journal Article 6.10: Beydoun, Khaled A. (2018) ‘Acting Muslim’, Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Review, 53(1): 1-64.

Chapter 7: Verbal Communication and Culture

Further readings

Communication styles

Journal Article 7.1: Carbaugh, Donal, Berry, Michael and Nurmikari-Berry, Marjatta (2006) ‘Coding personhood through cultural terms and practices: silence and quietude as a Finnish “natural way of being”’, Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 25: 203-220.

Gender, language and culture

Journal Article 7.2: Liu, Amy H., Shair-Rosenfield, Sarah, Vance, Lindsey R. and Csata, Zsombor (2017) ‘Linguistic origins of gender equality and women’s rights’, Gender & Society, 32(1): 82-108.

Language and discrimination

Journal Article 7.3: Hansen, Karolina, Rakić, Tamara and Steffens, Melanie C. (2014) ‘When actions speak louder than words: Preventing discrimination of nonstandard speakers’, Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 33(1): 68-77.

Variations in language use

Journal Article 7.4: Kilic, Serap P. and Sevinc, Sibel (2018) ‘The relationship between cultural sensitivity and assertiveness in nursing students from Turkey’, Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 29(4): 379-386.

Recommended readings


Journal Article 7.5: Ott, Brian L. (2017) ‘The age of Twitter: Donald J. Trump and the politics of debasement’, Critical Studies in Media Communication, 34(1): 59-68.

Language and discrimination

Journal Article 7.6: Lindemann, Stephanie and Subtirelu, Nocolas (2013) ‘Reliably biased: The role of listener expectation in the perception of second language speech’, Language Learning, 63(3): 567-594.

Language, thought, and reality

Journal Article 7.7: Giles, Howard and Coupland, Nikolas (1991) Language: Contexts and Consequences. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

Journal Article 7.8: Pavlenko, Aneta (2014) The Bilingual Mind: And What It Tells Us About Language and Thought. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Structural linguistics

Journal Article 7.9: Unger, Steven (2004) ‘Saussure, Barthes and structuralism’ in C. Sanders (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Saussure. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 157-173.

Variations in language use

Journal Article 7.10: Pitts, Margaret J., Fowler, Craig, Fisher, Carla L. and Smith, Stephanie A. (2014) ‘Politeness strategies in imagined conversation openers about eldercare’, Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 33(1): 29-48.

Chapter 8: Nonverbal Communication and Culture

Further readings

Nonverbal communication and culture

Journal Article 8.1: Elfenbein, Hillary A. (2013) ‘Nonverbal dialects and accents in facial expressions emotion’, Emotion Review, 5: 90-96.

Journal Article 8.2: Marsh, Abigail A., Elfenbein, Hillary A. and Ambady, Nalini (2007) ‘Separated by a common language: nonverbal accents and cultural stereotypes about Americans and Australians’, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 38(2): 284-301.

Recommended readings

Nonverbal communication and culture

Journal Article 8.3: Martin, Drew (2012) ‘Foreign women in Japanese television advertising content analyses of a cultural convergence paradigm’, European Journal of Marketing, 46: 157-176.

Journal Article 8.4: Meadors, Jushua D. and Murray, Carolyn B. (2014) ‘Measuring nonverbal bias through body language responses to stereotypes’, Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 38(2): 209-229.

Journal Article 8.5: Herzfeld, Michael (2009) ‘The cultural politics of gesture: reflections on the embodiment of ethnographic practice’, Ethnography, 10(1): 13-152.

Journal Article 8.6: Masuda, Megumi, Gosselin, Pierre and Nomura, Michio (2018) ‘Japanese children’s knowledge of the facial components of basic emotions’, Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 42(2): 253-266.

Nonverbal communication theory and practice

Journal Article 8.7: Austin, Elizabeth E. and Sweller, Naomi (2018) ‘Gesturing along the way: adults’ and preschoolers’ communication of route direction information’, Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 42(2): 199-220.

Journal Article 8.8: Burgoo, Judee K. and Jones, Stephen B. (1976) ‘Toward a theory of personal space expectations and their violations’, Human Communication Research, 2(2): 131-146.

Journal Article 8.9: Ekman, Paul and Friesen, Wallace (1969) ‘The repertoire of nonverbal behavior: categories, origins, usage, and coding’, Semiotica, 1: 49-98.

Journal Article 8.10: Klofstad, Casey A. (2016) ‘Candidate voice pitch influences election outcomes’, Political Psychology, 37(5): 725-738.

Chapter 9: Immigration and Acculturation

Further readings

Acculturation strategies and cross-cultural adaptation

Journal Article 9.1: Galyapina, Victoria; Lebedeva, Nadezhda; van de Vijver, Fons J. R. (2018) ‘A three-generation study of acculturation and identity of the Russian minority in the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania’, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 49(6): 976-992.

Journal Article 9.2: Miglietta, Anna and Tartaglia, Stefano (2009) ‘The influence of length of stay, linguistic competence, and media exposure in immigrants’ adaptation’, Cross Cultural Research, 43(1): 46-61.

Culture shock and transmigration

Journal Article 9.3: Elsrud, Torun (2008) ‘Othering through genderization in the regional press: constructing brutal others out of immigrants in rural Sweden’, European Journal of Cultural Studies, 11(4): 423-446.

Recommended readings

Acculturation models

Journal Article 9.4: Nguyen, Angela-Minh Tu D. and Benet-Matinez, Veronica (2013) ‘Biculturalism and adjustment: A meta-analysis’, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 44(1): 122-159.

Journal Article 9.5: Ward, Colleen and Geeraert, Nocolas (2016) ‘Advancing acculturation theory and research: The acculturation process in its ecological context’, Current Opinion in Psychology, 8: 98-104.

Acculturation strategies and cross-cultural adaptation

Journal Article 9.6: Liu, Shuang (2015) ‘In search for a sense of place: identity negotiation of Chinese immigrants’ International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 46: 26-35.

Bicultural identity integration

Journal Article 9.7: Benet-Martinez, Veronica and Haritatos, Jana (2005) ‘Bicultural identity integration (BII): components and psychosocial antecedents’, Journal of Personality, 73(4): 1015-1054.

Journal Article 9.8: Ward, Colleen (2013) ‘Probing identity, integration and adaptation’, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 37: 391-401.

Culture shock and transmigration

Journal Article 9.9: Curran, Conor and Kelly, Seamus (2018) ‘Returning home: the return of Irish-born football mibrants to Ireland’s football leagues and their cultural re-adaptation, 1945-2010’, Irish Studies Review, 26(2): 181-198.

Journal Article 9.10: Negi, Nalini J., Prickett, Julia C., Overdorff, Adrianna M., Roberts, Jamie and Furman, Rich (2018) ‘Return-migration to Mexico and the gendered transnational migration process’, Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 19(3): 385-391.

Chapter 10: Intercultural and Intergroup Relations

Further readings

Human relationship theories

Journal Article 10.1: Ferrin, Donald, Bligh, Michelle and Kohles, Jeffrey (2007) ‘Can I trust you to trust me? A theory of trust, monitoring, and cooperation in interpersonal and intergroup relationships’, Group & Organization Management, 32(4): 465-499.

Intercultural relationships

Journal Article 10.2: Alpers, Lise-Merete (2018) ‘Distrust and patients in intercultural healthcare: a qualitative interview study’, Nursing Ethics, 25(3): 313-323.

Online relationship and social networking

Journal Article 10.3: Chan, Darius and Cheng, Grand (2004) ‘A comparison of offline and online friendship qualities at different stages of relationship development’, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 21(3): 305-320.

Recommended readings

Human relationship theories

Journal Article 10.4: Fathi, Mastoureh (2018) ‘Becoming a woman doctor in Iran: the formation of classed and gendered selves’, Gender and Education, 30(1): 59-73.

Journal Article 10.5: Wegner, Rhiana, Roy, Ashlin R. K., Gorman, Kaitlyn R. and Ferguson, Kayla (2018) ‘Attachment, relationship communication style and the use of jealousy induction techniques in romantic relationships’, Personality and Individual Differences, 129: 6-11.

Intercultural relationships

Journal Article 10.6: Abdulai, Muhammed, Ibrahim, Hadi and Mohammed, Mashoud A. (2017) ‘Communicating across cultures in multinational Ibis West Africa’, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 58: 42-53.

Journal Article 10.7: Marshall, Kelle Keating and Bokhorst-Heng, Wendy D. (2018) ‘“I wouldn’t want to impose!” Intercultural mediation in French immersion’, Foreign Language Annuals, 51(2): 290-312.

Journal Article 10.8: Miller, Ann and Samp, Jennifer (2007) ‘Planning intercultural interaction: Extending anxiety/uncertainty management theory’, Communication Research Reports, 24(2): 87-95.

Journal Article 10.9: Russell, Kate (2011) ‘Growing up a third culture kid: a sociological self-exploration’, Human Architecture, 9(1): 29-42.

Online relationship and social networking

Journal Article 10.10: Wojcieszak, Magdalena (2009) ‘“Carrying online participation offline” – mobilization by radical online groups and politically dissimilar offline ties’, Journal of Communication, 59(3): 564-586.

Chapter 11: Intercultural and International Conflicts

Further readings

Culture and conflict management

Journal Article 11.1: Adegbola, Oluseyi, Labador, Angela and Oviedo, Marilda (2018) ‘African Students’ identity negotiation and relational conflict management: being “foreign”, being “careful”’, Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, 45(1): 1-17.

Journal Article 11.2: Mae-Li, Allison and Emmers-Sommer, Tara M. (2011) ‘Beyond individualism-collectivism and conflict style: considering acculturation and media use’, Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, 40(2): 135-152.

Journal Article 11.3: Nguyen, Hannah-Hanh D. and Yang, Jie (2012) ‘Chinese employees’ interpersonal conflict management strategies’, International Journal of Conflict Management, 23(4): 382-412.

Journal Article 11.4: Volcic, Zala and Andrejevic, Mark (2016) Commercial Nationalism: Selling the Nation and Nationalizing the Sell. New York, NY: Springer.

Intercultural and international conflict

Journal Article 11.5: Carter, David B. and Poast, Paul (2017) ‘Why do states build walls? Political economy, security, and border stability’, Journal of Conflict Resolution, 61(2): 239-270.

Journal Article 11.6: Ferrales, Gabrielle, Brehm, Hollie Nyseth and Mcelrath, Suzy (2016) ‘Gender-based violence against men and boys in Darfur: the gender-genocide nexus’, Gender & Society, 30(4): 565-589.

Journal Article 11.7: Getmansky, Anna, Sınmazdemir, Tolga and Zeitzoff, Thomas (2018) ‘Refugees, xenophobia, and domestic conflict: evidence from a survey experiment in Turkey’, Journal of Peace Research, 55(4): 491-507.

Journal Article 11.8: Wozniak, Jesse S. G. (2018) ‘From Chi-Raq to Iraq: The retreat of the state and the rise of organized violent nonstate actors’, International Sociology, 33(4): 473-485.


Journal Article 11.9: Dabashi, Hamid (2017) Post-Orientalism: Knowledge and Power in a Time of Terror. London: Routledge.

Journal Article 11.10: Luyendijk, Joris (2010) ‘Beyond orientalism’, International Communication Gazette, 72(1): 9-20.

Chapter 12: Mass Media and Cultural Change

Further readings

Cultural studies

Journal Article 12.1: Steele, Catherine Knight (2018) ‘Black bloggers and their varied publics: The everyday politics of Black discourse online’, Television and New Media, 19(2): 112-127.

Global and local media content

Journal Article 12.2: Celik Rappas, Ipek A. and Kayhan, Sezen (2018) ‘TV series production and the urban restructuring of Istanbul’, Television & New Media, 19(1): 3-23.

Internet technology and social media

Journal Article 12.3: Khalil, Joe (2012) ‘Youth-generated media: a case of blogging and Arab youth cultural politics’, Television & New Media, 14(4): 338-350.

Journal Article 12.4: Pathak-Shelat, Manisha and DeShano, Cathy (2013) ‘Digital youth cultures in small town and rural Gujarat, India’, New Media and Society, 2(1): 1-19.

Journal Article 12.5: Tandoc Jr, Edson C. and Maitra, Julian (2018) ‘News organizations’ use of native videos on Facebook: tweaking the journalistic field one algorithm change at a time’, New Media & Society, 20(5): 1679-1696.

Media representation and media effects

Journal Article 12.6: Dimitrakopoulou, Dimitra and Boukala, Salomi (2017) ‘Exploring democracy and violence in Burundi: a multi-methodical analysis of hegemonic discourses on Twitter’, Media, War & Conflict, 2(1): 125–148.

Recommended readings

Cultural studies

Journal Article 12.7: Volcic, Zala (2013) ‘Connecting the disconnected: Balkan culture studies’, Communication and Critical Cultural Studies, 10(2): 333-339.

Global and local media content

Journal Article 12.8: Kraidy, Marwan M. (2002) ‘Hybridity in cultural globalization’, Communication Theory, 12(3): 316-339.

Media representation and media effects

Journal Article 12.9: Becker, An (2004) ‘Television, disordered eating and young women in Fiji: negotiating body image and identity during rapid social change’, Culture Medicine and Psychiatry, 28: 533-559.

Journal Article 12.10: Frith, Katherine, Shaw, Ping and Cheng, Hong (2005) ‘The construction of beauty: a cross-cultural analysis of women’s magazine advertising’, Journal of Communication, 55(1): 56-70.

Chapter 13: Effective Intercultural Communication in a Global Society

Further readings

Globalization and localization

Journal Article 13.1: Chan, Joseph M. (2005) ‘Global media and the dialectics of the global’, Global Media and Communication, 1(1): 24-28.

Journal Article 13.2: Winseck, Dwayne R. and Pike, Robert M. (2008) ‘Communication and empire: media markets, power and globalization, 1860-1910’, Global Media and Communication, 4(1): 7-36.

Intercultural training

Journal Article 13.3: Kilic, Serap Parlar and Sevinc, Sibel (2018) ‘The relationship between cultural sensitivity and assertiveness in nursing students from Turkey, Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 29(4): 379-386.

Recommended readings

Globalization and localization

Journal Article 13.4: Baylis, John, Smith, Steve and Owens, Patricia (2011) The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations (5th edn). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Journal Article 13.5: Brown, Berardo (2018) ‘Unlikely cosmopolitans: an ethnographic reflection on migration and belonging in Sri Lanka’, Anthropological Quarterly, 91(1): 209-236.

Intercultural competence

Journal Article 13.6: Arasaratnam, Lily (2007) ‘Research in intercultural communication competence: past perspectives and future directions’, Intercultural Communication, 13(2): 66-74.

Journal Article 13.7: Morley, Michael and Cerdin, Jean-Luc (2010) ‘Intercultural competence in the international business arena’, Journal of Managerial Psychology, 25(8): 805-809.

Journal Article 13.8: Rezaei, Saeed and Naghibian, Mehrdad (2018) ‘Developing intercultural communicative competence through short stories: a qualitative Inquiry’, Iranian Journal of Language Teaching Research, 6(2): 77-96.

Journal Article 13.9: Sachdev, I., & Bhatia, T. (2013). ‘Language attitudes in South Asia’, in H. Giles and B. M. Watson (eds.), The Social Meanings of Languages, Dialects, and Accents: International Perspectives on Speech Styles (pp. 141-156). New York: Peter Lang.

Intercultural training

Journal Article 13.10: Stephan, Walter G. and Stephan, Cookie W. (2013) ‘Designing intercultural education and training programs: an evidence-based approach’, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 37: 277-286.