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Intercultural Communication
Intercultural Communication strives to promote research and education in the area of intercultural communication, aiming to facilitate dialogue and to prevent possible crises that could threaten communication. Its existence is based on the conviction that studying linguistic and cultural similarities and differences can play a very positive and constructive role.
The periodical originated from the activities of the Nordic Network for Intercultural Communication. It aims to encourage researchers to continue their studies and to share the results with colleagues. It provides the opportunity for papers to be critiqued by experts in the field. Submitted works can address any aspect of intercultural communication.
Language version: English
News: no
Newsletter: yes
Downloadable educational materials: yes, articles on various aspects of intercultural communication, from the influences of indigenous cultures, through the analysis of specific examples (e.g., Finns and Australians in interactions with other cultures), to virtual intercultural communication.
Contact: Intercultural Communication
Beatriz Dorriots
Department of Linguistics, Göteborg University
Box 200, 405 30 Göteborg