This book focuses on mediated intercultural communication in the context of globalization. Analyzing social and traditional media using qualitative, interpretive, and critical and cultural perspectives, contributors engage with diverse topics - ranging from hybrid identities in different communities, to journalistic collaborations in the global media landscape. In addition, the authors also examine the placeless and borderless communities of diaspora members, their transnational identities, and the social media stories that shape and are shaped by them.
Table of Contents
Introduction: New Directions in Mediated Intercultural Communication
Ahmet Atay and Margaret D’Silva
1. Colorblind Ideology in Traditional and Online Media: Towards a Future Research Agenda
Mélodine Sommier, Jacco van Sterkenburg and Joep Hofhuis
2. Multilayered Interactions: Culture, Communication, and New Media
Beth Bonniwell Haslett
3. Intercultural Collaboration – A Focus for Journalism in the Digital Era
4. I Think I Know Who You Are: How Cultural Performance and Identity Negotiations Take Place during Online Discussions over a Book
5. Global Intercultural Communication and Mediated Translation
Zoya G. Proshina
6. Examination of Transnational Geolocation-Based Dating and Hook Up Applications
7. An Online Travelers’ Forum: Where Cultures Meet (Israel on TripAdvisor)
8. Negotiating Tradition in a Postmodern Society: Tibetan Buddhism Online
Maria Sharapan and Nick Swann
9. Diversity and Media in the Netherlands and Norway
Clyde A. Moerlie and Robert W. Vaagan
Ahmet Atay is an Associate Professor at The College of Wooster. He is the author of Globalization’s Impact on Identity Formation: Queer Diasporic Males in Cyberspace (2015, Lexington Books) and recently co-edited Culture and Making in the City: Ethnographic Engagements in Urban Environments (2017, Lexington Books) and Critical Intercultural Communication Pedagogy (2018, Lexington Books).
Margaret D'Silva is a Professor of Communication and Director of the Institute for Intercultural Communication at the University of Louisville. She is President-Elect (2019) of the Association for Intercultural Communication Studies and immediate past editor of the journal Intercultural Communication Studies. She has co-edited two books and published several journal articles.