Critical Intercultural Communication Pedagogy

Author:   Ahmet Atay ,  Satoshi Toyosaki ,  Bernadette Marie Calafell ,  Sharon Chuang
Publisher:   Lexington Books
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9781498531221


Pages:   286
Publication Date:   15 June 2020
Format:   Paperback
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Critical Intercultural Communication Pedagogy constructs a theoretical frame through which critical intercultural communication pedagogy can be dreamed, envisioned, and realized as praxis. Its chapters provide answers to questions surrounding the relationship of intercultural communication pedagogy to critical race theory, queer theory, critical ethnography, and narrative methodology, among others. Utilizing a diverse array of theoretical and methodological approaches within critical intercultural communication research, this collection is creatively engaging, theoretically innovating, and pedagogically encouraging.

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Author:   Ahmet Atay ,  Satoshi Toyosaki ,  Bernadette Marie Calafell ,  Sharon Chuang
Publisher:   Lexington Books
Imprint:   Lexington Books
Dimensions:   Width: 15.20cm , Height: 1.60cm , Length: 22.90cm
Weight:   0.413kg
ISBN:  

9781498531221


ISBN 10:   1498531229
Pages:   286
Publication Date:   15 June 2020
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Professional & Vocational
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
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Critical Intercultural Communication Pedagogy is a powerful and resonant collection of insights into the nuances of culture, power, and pedagogy. Because the authors open dialogic explorations into teaching, learning, and embodying feminist, mediated, postcolonial, queer, and other critical theories, these writings will be of great interest and value to communication scholars in/of/beyond the classroom. Atay and Toyosaki have assembled established scholars who are committed to modeling reflexivity in illuminating and interrogating structures of power and privilege that affect us all. These readings command us to compassionately and critically investigate our own roles in naming, perpetuating, and challenging these structures in our classrooms and in our scholarship; its value to the discipline is considerable.--Deanna L. Fassett, San Jose State University This is a rich and essential collection of essays by leading scholar-educators of critical intercultural communication. Rooted in lived experiences across identities and standpoints, it incorporates powerful narrative autoethnography, performance, embodied practice, critical love, and other approaches within a variety of contexts. It addresses practical, ethical, and emotional elements of teaching, and offers deep and valuable insights for seasoned and novice critical educators who strive to decolonize our teaching through dialogue and self-reflexivity. Merging insights of intercultural communication scholarship with those of critical pedagogy, the book constitutes an important contribution to the turn toward social justice within communication studies.--Sara DeTurk, University of Texas at San Antonio


Critical Intercultural Communication Pedagogy is a powerful and resonant collection of insights into the nuances of culture, power, and pedagogy. Because the authors open dialogic explorations into teaching, learning, and embodying feminist, mediated, postcolonial, queer, and other critical theories, these writings will be of great interest and value to communication scholars in/of/beyond the classroom. Atay and Toyosaki have assembled established scholars who are committed to modeling reflexivity in illuminating and interrogating structures of power and privilege that affect us all. These readings command us to compassionately and critically investigate our own roles in naming, perpetuating, and challenging these structures in our classrooms and in our scholarship; its value to the discipline is considerable. -- Deanna L. Fassett, San Jose State University This is a rich and essential collection of essays by leading scholar-educators of critical intercultural communication. Rooted in lived experiences across identities and standpoints, it incorporates powerful narrative autoethnography, performance, embodied practice, critical love, and other approaches within a variety of contexts. It addresses practical, ethical, and emotional elements of teaching, and offers deep and valuable insights for seasoned and novice critical educators who strive to decolonize our teaching through dialogue and self-reflexivity. Merging insights of intercultural communication scholarship with those of critical pedagogy, the book constitutes an important contribution to the turn toward social justice within communication studies. -- Sara DeTurk, University of Texas at San Antonio


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Ahmet Atay is associate professor of communication at the College of Wooster. Satoshi Toyosaki is associate professor of communication studies at Southern Illinois University.

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