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Downloadable Instructor Test Bank for An Introduction to Intercultural Communication Identities in a Global Community 9th Edition By Fred E. Jandt, ISBN: 9781506361659, ISBN: 9781544328935

Table Of Content

About the Author
Preface
Acknowledgments
Part 1. Culture as Context for Communication
Chapter 1. Defining Culture and Communication

Sources of Identity

Religion and Identity

National Identity

Class and Identity

Gender and Identity

Race, Skin Color, and Identity

Civilization and Identity

Culture

Subculture

Ethnicity

Co-Culture

American Indians

Subgroup

Microculture

Communication

Cultural Definitions of Communication

Confucian Perspectives on Communication

Western Perspectives on Communication

The Media of Intercultural Communication

Human Couriers and Intermediaries

Telephone

Internet

Social Media

Summary

Discussion Questions

Key Terms

Note

Readings

Chapter 2. Barriers to Intercultural Communication

Anxiety

Assuming Similarity Instead of Difference

Ethnocentrism

Stereotypes and Prejudice

Stereotypes

Negative Effects on Communication

Case Study: Asian-Americans

Prejudice

Racism

White Privilege

Case Studies

The Roma

Japan and Korea

Extended Case Study of Intercultural Communication Barriers: China and the United States

Anxiety

History

Economy

Population

Regional Differences

Assuming Similarity Instead of Difference

Air Space

South China Sea

Broadcast Media and the Internet

Ethnocentrism

Status of Taiwan

Tibet

Human Rights and Free Speech

Stereotypes and Prejudice

Energy and Sustainability

Economic Issues

Summary

Discussion Questions

Key Terms

Readings

Part 2. Communication Variables
Chapter 3. Context, Perception, and Competence

High Versus Low Context

The Concept of Face

Perception

Sensing

Effect of Culture on Sensing

Perceiving

Selection

Japanese/English Difficulties With Speech Sounds

Organization

Grouping Like Objects Together

Interpretation

Dogs as Pets or as Food

Weather Vane as Christian Cross

Case Study: Airport Security

Intercultural Communication Competence

Third Culture

Multiculturalism

Postethnic Cultures

Intercultural Communication Ethics

Summary

Discussion Questions

Key Terms

Note

Readings

Chapter 4. Nonverbal Communication

Nonverbal Behaviors

Nonverbal Communication Functions

Types of Nonverbal Communication

Proxemics

Territoriality

Kinesics

Chronemics

Paralanguage

Silence

Haptics

Artifactual Communication

Olfactics

Knowing Culture Through Nonverbal Messages

Case Study: The Wai in Thailand

Nonverbal Misinterpretations as a Barrier

Case Study: Korean-American Neighborhood Businesses

Summary

Discussion Questions

Key Terms

Chapter 5. Language as a Barrier

Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis

Development of the Hypothesis

Vocabulary

Grammar and Syntax

Criticisms of the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis

Linguistic Relativism

Case Study: Arabic and the Arab Culture

Translation Problems

Vocabulary Equivalence

Idiomatic Equivalence

Grammatical-Syntactical Equivalence

Experiential Equivalence

Conceptual Equivalence

Human and Machine Translators

Pidgins, Creoles, and Universal Languages

Pidgins

Creoles

Esperanto

Language as Nationalism

Kiswahili in East Africa

The Spread of English

India

South Africa

Australia and New Zealand

Canada

United States

Summary

Discussion Questions

Key Terms

Readings

Part 3. Cultural Values
Chapter 6. Dimensions of Nation-State Cultures

The Hofstede Dimensions

Individualism Versus Collectivism

Case Study: Singapore

Masculinity Versus Femininity

Power Distance

Uncertainty Avoidance

Long-Term Versus Short-Term Orientation

Indulgence Versus Self-Restraint

Environmental Sustainability

The Trompenaars and Hampden-Turner Dimensions

Case Study: Japan as a Homogeneous Culture

Geography and History

Population and Economy

Cultural Patterns

Summary

Discussion Questions

Key Terms

Readings

Chapter 7. Dominant U.S. Cultural Patterns Using Value Orientation Theory

Origins of U.S. Cultural Patterns

Pre-16th Century Indigenous Americans

European Enlightenment

Regional Differences Resulting From Immigration

Forces Toward the Development of a Dominant Culture

Value Orientation Theory

What is a Human Being’s Relation to Nature?

The Individual-and-Nature Relationship

Science and Technology

Materialism

What is the Modality of Human Activity?

Activity and Work

Efficiency and Practicality

Progress and Change

What is the Temporal Focus of Human Life?

What is the Character of Innate Human Nature?

Goodness

Rationality

Mutability

What is the Relationship of the Individual to Others?

Individualism

Self-Motivation

Social Organization

Popular Acceptance of Dominant U.S. Cultural Patterns

Forces Toward the Development of Regional Cultures

The New Regions

Social Class

Summary

Discussion Questions

Key Terms

Note

Readings

Chapter 8. Religion and Identity

Hinduism

Buddhism

Japan

Christianity

Islam

Muhammad, the Prophet

The Qur’an

Religious Practices

The Arab States

Saudi Arabia

Geography

Discovery of Oil

Ruling Saud Family and Conservative Wahhabism

Media

Regional Instability

Dominant Cultural Patterns

Human Being-Nature Orientation

Activity Orientation

Time Orientation

Human Nature Orientation

Relational Orientation

Role of Women

Communication Barriers

Summary

Discussion Questions

Key Terms

Readings

Chapter 9. Culture and Gender

Status of Women

United Nations Studies

World Economic Forum Study

Health and Survival

Economic Participation and Opportunity

Political Participation

Comparison of Individual Countries and Areas

Nordic Countries

Mexico

China

Japan

South Korea

India

Sub-Saharan Africa

Arab States

Marriage

Family Units

Nonbinary Gender Identities

Examples

Cultural Status

Gender Expression and Communication

Summary

Discussion Questions

Key Terms

Readings

Part 4. Cultures Within Cultures
Chapter 10. Immigration and Acculturation

A World of Migration

Immigration and National Identity

Israel

Europe

Muslim Immigration

Refugees

Brazil

First Wave

Second Wave

Third Wave

Recent Immigration

United States

Colonial Policies on Immigration

U.S. Policies on Immigration

Contributing Countries Prior to 1800

Contributing Countries Since 1800

Immigration and Individual Identity

Culture Shock

Stages of Culture Shock

Symptoms

Reverse Culture Shock

Predictors of Acculturation

Effect of Media and Transportation Advances

Categories of Acculturation

Summary

Discussion Questions

Key Terms

Readings

Chapter 11. Cultures Within Cultures

Marginalization: The Hmong

History

Cultural Patterns

Separation: Koreans in Russia

Separation: The Amish

History

Diversity Among the Amish

Values

Worldview

Activity Orientation

Human Nature Orientation

Relational Orientation

Indigenous Cultures

Assimilation: United States

Melting Pot Concept

Integration: United States

English-Speaking Cultures

Spanish-Speaking Cultures

Hispanic Culture Within the U.S. Culture

Values

Cultural Identity and Media

Print

Radio

Television

Spanish-Language Internet and Social Media

Spanish Language and Marketing

Summary

Discussion Questions

Key Terms

Readings

Chapter 12. Identity and Subgroups

Argot

Specialized Vocabulary

Argot and Subgroup Identity

Argot and Subgroup Boundaries

Argot and Meaning

Subgroup Media and Values

Examples of Subgroups

British Punk

Corporate Cultures

Case Study: Southwest Airlines

Case Study: Google

Homosexuality Worldwide

Attitudes About Homosexuality and Same-sex Marriage

Cultural Bases for Attitudes

Sexual Orientation as a Basis for Subgroups

Sexual Orientation and Othering

Consequences of Othering

Media and Othering

Rejecting All Labels

From Separation to Assimilation

Evidence of Separate Status

Integration or Assimilation of Subgroups

Summary

Discussion Questions

Key Terms

Readings

Part 5. Applications
Chapter 13. Contact Between Cultures

Colonialism

Hawai’i

Australia

Cultural Imperialism

Development Communication

Opinion Leadership and Change Agents

Adopters

Change Agent Ethics

Case Study: Quality Circles

Case Study: Vietnamese Nail Technicians

Cultural Icons

Cultural Hegemony

Japanese Icon in Mexico

U.S. Cultural Icons

Coca-Cola®

Disney

McDonald’s

KFC

Spam®

Nike

Adapting the Message

Case Study: Marketing Gerber Baby Foods Worldwide

Case Study: Religious Missionary Work in New Guinea

Adapting U.S. Icons

Summary

Discussion Questions

Key Terms

Readings

Chapter 14. Future Challenges

Religion

Class

Gender

Race, Skin Color, and Ethnicity

Civilization

Nation

Threats to Culture

Threats to the Environment

Threats from Immigration

The Promise of New Media

A Final Word

Summary

Discussion Questions

Readings

Glossary
References
Index