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Title Teaching about culture, ethnicity & diversity : exercises and planned activities / editor, Theodore M. Singelis.
Imprint Thousand Oaks : Sage Publications, [1998]

Subject Culture -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Activity programs.
Ethnicity -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Activity programs.
Multiculturalism -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Activity programs.
Intercultural communication -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Activity programs.
Stereotypes (Social psychology) -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Activity programs.
Alt Name Singelis, Theodore M.
Add Title Teaching about culture, ethnicity, and diversity
Description 1 online resource (xii, 255 pages) : illustrations
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Beyond the melting pot: a values clarification exercise for teachers and human service professionals / Miriam Ma'at-Ka-Re Monges -- The transferability of knowledge / Fred L. Casmir -- Adventures in cyberspace: a cross-cultural scavenger hunt / Harry Gardiner -- Grocery store ethnography / Randy Kluver -- Measuring the silent language of time / Robert V. Levine -- Perspective shifting on wheels / Ruth Seymour -- Multicultural literacy assignment / Estelle Disch -- The intercultural interview / William K. Gabrenya, Jr. -- The distribution of rewards / Theodore M. Singelis and Richard W. Brislin -- Who should be hired? / Pamela M. Norwood and Deborah Carr Saldaña -- Applying Berry and Kim's acculturative framework in documentaries on culture contact / Kyle D. Smith -- Attribution across cultures: one's effort is another's ability! / Jo Anne Shwayder and Dharm P.S. Bhawuk -- Conversational constraints as a tool for understanding communication styles / Min-Sun Kim -- Negotiating across cultural boundaries: implications of individualism-collectivism and cases for application / Jeffrey C. Ady -- Behavioral patterns of horizontal and vertical individualism and collectivism / Michele J. Gelfand and Karen M. Holcombe -- The barnyard / Thomas Connell and James E. Jacob -- Multidimensional identification / Ann-Marie Yamada -- Asian Americans and the model minority myth / Sharon G. Goto and Jennifer Abe-Kim -- Creating nationalism / Mehroo Northover -- Ethnic identity development / Christine Jean Yeh -- Accuracy of interpersonal perception / Kenneth N. Cissna -- The wheel of influence: a training exercise in client-centered multiculturalism / David R. Clemons, Jr., J. Coleman Heckmann, and Suzette Lamb -- Beyond political correctness / Poonam Sharma and Denise Lucero-Miller -- Cognitive site mapping: placing yourself in (con)text / Elizabeth Renfro and Susan Wiley Hardwick -- Color my world / Alison Gourvès-Hayward -- Multicultural expressions of religious symbols / William J. Brown and Benson P. Fraser -- Does the squeaky wheel get the grease? Understanding direct and indirect communication / Aaron Castelan Cargile and Sunwolf -- Are emotional expressions universal or culture specific? / Carolyn H. Simmons.
Summary Each of these exercises is a self-contained unit with clear instructions, handouts, discussion suggestions and a concise explanation of the research-base for each activity. They are designed as effective classroom learning tools.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781452263779 (electronic bk.)
1452263779 (electronic bk.)
9781452234076 (ebook)
1452234078 (ebook)
OCLC # 808377706
Additional Format Print version: Teaching about culture, ethnicity & diversity. Thousand Oaks : Sage Publications, ©1998 0761906959 (DLC) 97021130 (OCoLC)37226810

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