Discovering intercultural communication: From language users to language use
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AbstractThis textbook provides a succinct, contemporary introduction to intercultural communication with a focus on actual language use. With English as a lingua franca and Communicative Accommodation Theory as the underpinning concepts, it explores communication, language use, and culture in action. Each chapter includes discourse extracts so that students can apply what they have learned to real text examples, and supplementary instructor materials including suggestions for discussion points and activities are hosted on springer.com. The book will be key reading for students taking modules on Intercultural Communication or Language, Culture and Communication as part of a degree in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, or English Language both at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
CitationKim, H. & Penry Williams, C. (2021). 'Discovering Intercultural Communication: From Language Users to Language Use'. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan / Springer