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Title Identity and intercultural communication / edited by Nicoleta Curbu, Dana Popescu-Jourdy and Tudor Vlad.
Imprint Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014.

Subject Identity (Psychology)
Group identity -- Europe.
Alt Name Corbu, Nicoleta.
Popescu-Jourdy, Dana.
Vlad, Tudor.
Description 1 online resource (675 pages)
Contents Table of contents; introduction; part one; promoting european identity; bridging the gapthrough europeanized media; in search of a european identity; visibility of the eu through eu-fundedprogrammes and projects; building the "eurosphere"under external pressure?the arab crisis seenby; developpement de la dimensioneuropeenne et de la competenceinterculturelle a traversles programmes d'assistanat comeniusde l'enseignement tout au longde la vie dans l'enseignementsecondaire; is europe the problem or the solution?an analysis of euroscepticismin romania.
European cultural identity and its challenges in intercultural contextlocal identity vs. european identityin romanian advertising; reading between the headlines; towards a europeanizedromanian public sphere?media framing of romania'saccession to the schengen areaof free movement; part two; a president in the headlines; anew solidarity among ultraorthodoxwomen in israel; crise de l'identite collectivistedes jeunes employes chinois dansles entreprises a capitaux etrangers; communion; communication interculturelleprovoquee; l'image des acteurs humanitairesaupres des haïtiens.
Anxiety and uncertaintyin expatriate everyday liferaising public issues in romanian media; stereotypes croises et identites; defining romanian cultural identity; percevoir l'altérité, se sentirautre l'alterite a traverstrois philosophes français; encounter between the western gazeand the picturesque otherin the tourist culture; patterns of communicationin public space in romania; part three; deprofessionnalisation du journalismeou retour aux sources?; factuality as a crisiscommunication tool-case study.
The impact of the new technologieson the journalist's status and on masscommunication educationles contours d'une communauteimaginee; the use of social networksfor building political brands; os de la, la transcendancedes environnements informatiques; nonverbal sensitivityand network centrality; le discours de solidariteinternationale; ict, migrant networksand transnational identity.
Summary The search for identity is a continuous challenge in the global world: from personal identity to social, national, European or professional identities, each person experiences nowadays a multi-dimensional self-representation. Placing the topic against an intercultural background, with a focus on communication, this book addresses the complicated relationship between self, identity, and society, from an academic perspective. The authors of the chapters in this book offer a complex landscape of ...
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Note English.
Print version record.
ISBN 9781443870283 (electronic bk.)
1443870285 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 893741096
Additional Format Print version: Corbu, Nicoleta. Identity and Intercultural Communication. Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, ©2014 9781443863971

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