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Language, Communication, and Intergroup Relations
A Celebration of the Scholarship of Howard Giles499
Language, Communication, and Intergroup Relations presents the current state of knowledge at the intersection of language, communication, and intergroup relations, drawing on interdisciplinary work from the fields of communication, social psychology, and sociolinguistics. Building from that existing work, it presents a series of provocative and innovative new directions in this area. The work is organized around a series of five themes: * Language and Culture * Intergroup Communication * Intergenerational Relations * Interpersonal Accommodation * Institutional Accommodation. Within each theme, prominent scholars present reviews of the literature, which are followed by responses, reactions, and extensions from a multidisciplinary group of researchers. These responses often move beyond typical academic prose and engage with the material in novel ways, including graphical theoretical models, short personal reflections, and creative prose. It is essential reading for students and academics in the interdisciplinary fields of communication, language, and social psychology.
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Jake Harwood (Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara) is Professor of Communication at the University of Arizona and former director of Gerontology at the same institution. Jessica Gasiorek (Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara) is Associate Professor in the Department of Communicology at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. Herbert Pierson (Ed.D., SUNY-Albany) is Professor in the Department of Languages & Literatures at St. John's University in New York and founding Co-Editor (with Howard Giles) of the Journal of Asian Pacific Communication. Jon F. NussBaum (Ph.D., Purdue University) is Liberal Arts Professor of Communication Arts and Sciences, as well as Human Development and Family Studies, at the Pennsylvania State University. Cindy Gallois (Ph.D., University of Florida) is Emeritus Professor of Psychology and Communication at the University of Queensland.
Table of Contents Part I: Introduction Chapter 1 Accommodating a Legend: Howard Giles and the Social Psychology of Language and Communication Jake Harwood, Jon F. NussBaum, Herbert Pierson, Cindy Gallois, and Jessica Gasiorek Part II: Language and Culture Chapter 2 Language and Culture: Part II Introduction Herbert Pierson Chapter 3 Language and Culture Kimberly A. Noels, Richard Clement, Katherine Collins, and Peter MacIntyre Chapter 4 Culture Is Essentially Meaning Danjie Su Chapter 5 Social Media, Culture and Identity Construction: From Mass Communication to Communication of the Masses Martin Ehala Chapter 6 Communicating New Racial Dynamics Li Wei Chapter 7 Howard Giles's Identity in Everyday Life Florian Coulmas Chapter 8 Howard Giles and Accommodation to My Scouse Accent Janet Holmes Chapter 9 Howard Giles: Master Elucidator of Language in Social Relationships John Edwards Chapter 10 A Debt to Howard Giles' Work on Language, Culture, and Communication Min-Sun Kim Chapter 11 Epiphany Redux: Howard Giles' Legacy to Language and Culture Mary Jiang Bresnahan Chapter 12 Howard Giles: Communication's Communicator Robert Gardner Chapter 13 Power, Culture, and Ethnolinguistic Relations in a South African Context Joha Louw-Potgieter Chapter 14 What Would Mikhail Bakhtin Say About Mutual Understanding and Self-Construals? Culture Is Essentially Meaning Eungjun Min Part III: Intergroup Communication Chapter 15 Intergroup Communication: Part III Introduction Jake Harwood Chapter 16 Communicating Between Groups, Communicating About Groups Tamara Rakic and Anne Maass Chapter 17 The Intersectionality of Intergroup Communication Jessica R. Abrams Chapter 18 An Imaginary Conversation Between the Ghost of Henri Tajfel (HT) and Howard Giles (HG) Rupert Brown Chapter 19 Language Evaluation: In Defense of the Status Quo Aaron Castelan Cargile Chapter 20 Howie Giles, an Appreciation: Teacher, Scholar, Mentor, Friend Miles Hewstone Chapter 21 Categorization, Language, and Intergroup Communication Hiroshi Ota Chapter 22 The Father of Intergroup Communication: Ingroup/Outgroup Situations in an Online Parenting Community Susan Fox Chapter 23 Communicating Between the Lines, Communicating About the Lines: How a Request to Honor Howie Giles Backfired and Made Me a Published Poet Nicholas A. Palomares Chapter 24 Howie's First Graduate Student: A Few Research Tales Richard Y. Bourhis Part IV: Intergenerational Relations Chapter 25 Intergenerational Relations: Part IV Introduction Jon F. NussBaum Chapter 26 Intergenerational Communication Mary Lee Hummert Chapter 27 Communication Predicaments in Aging and Communication Enhancement Strategies Ellen Bouchard Ryan Chapter 28 Intergenerational Harmonies and Tensions Yan Bing Zhang Chapter 29 It Is in Howie Giles' Work That I Found My Intellectual Home Mei-Chen Lin Chapter 30 Ecologies of Aging Craig Fowler Chapter 31 Howie Giles, Dragons, and the Intergenerational Making of Legends Margaret Jane Pitts Chapter 32 As I Push Off the Dock, Howie Sails Into the Sunset Amber K. Worthington Chapter 33 "Do You Want to Be Categorized as One of the Over Fifty-Fives?": Intergenerational Relations in a Public Context Virpi Ylanne Chapter 34 Howie Pays It Forward Jon F. NussBaum Part V: Interpersonal Accommodation Chapter 35 Interpersonal Accommodation: Part V Introduction Jessica Gasiorek Chapter 36 Interpersonal Accommodation Yan Bing Zhang and Margaret Jane Pitts Chapter 37 Interpersonal Accommodation and Multiple Goal Frameworks Steven R. Wilson Chapter 38 Accommodating to Develop and Maintain Relationships Rene M. Dailey Chapter 39