PART I. FOUNDATIONS OF INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION Chapter 1. Why Study Intercultural Communication? Chapter 2. The History of the Study of Intercultural Communication Chapter 3. Culture, Communication, Context, and Power Chapter 4. History and Intercultural Communication PART II. INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION PROCESSES Chapter 5. Identity and Intercultural Communication Chapter 6. Language and Intercultural Communication Chapter 7. Nonverbal Codes and Cultural Space PART III. INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION APPLICATIONS Chapter 8. Understanding Intercultural Transitions Chapter 9. Popular Culture and Intercultural Communication Chapter 10. Culture, Communication, and Intercultural Relationships Chapter 11. Culture, Communication, and Conflict Chapter 12. Striving for Engaged and Effective Intercultural Communication
Judith N. Martin is professor of communication at Arizona State University. Her research and publications focus on intercultural communication and transitions, ethnic and racial identity, and communication competence. Thomas K. Nakayma is a professor in The Hugh Downs School of Human Communication and the director of the Asian Pacific American Studies Program at Arizona State University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Iowa. He writes in the areas of cultural studies, intercultural communication, and rhetorical studies, focusing particularly on issues of race, gender, and sexuality.