Routledge Studies in Language and Intercultural Communication publishes theoretically informed and empirically grounded research monographs and edited volumes that offer state of the art reviews of and debates in this evolving field. Its aim is to encourage interdisciplinary collaboration and methodological innovations, thereby extending the scope of intercultural communication. Titles in this series also seek to maintain a strong practical and professional interest and inform and influence teaching and learning, business and organizational communication, daily communication, and beyond.
Expanding Ecological Approaches to Language, Culture, and Identity Politics and Power in South Korean Multicultural Youths’ Experiences
Decolonizing Applied Linguistics Research in Latin America Moving to a Multilingual Mindset
Communicative Perspectives on COVID-19 in Ghana At the Intersection of Culture, Science, Religion and Politics
The Impact of Global English on Cultural Identities in the United Arab Emirates Wanted not Welcome
By Jaran Shin
November 30, 2023
This book explores the process of identity (re)construction among mixed-heritage children within the context of globalization through the lens of its intersection with Korean society. The volume illustrates how these multicultural children mediate hybrid social spaces and examines their personal ...
By Harold Castañeda-Peña, Paola Gamboa, Claire Kramsch
September 21, 2023
This collection explores the critical decolonial practices of applied linguistics researchers from Latin America and the Latin American diaspora, shedding light on the processes of epistemological decolonization and moving from a monolingual to a multilingual stance. The volume brings together ...
By Nancy Henaku, G. Edzordzi Agbozo, Mark Nartey
September 20, 2023
This collection explores the communicative dimensions of the COVID-19 pandemic in Ghana, redressing the absence of perspectives from Africa and the Global South in pandemic discourses and highlighting the importance of considering the impact of local contexts in global crises. The volume critically...
By Christine Develotte, Anthippi Potolia, Eija Suomela-Salmi
May 31, 2023
This book explores representations of social media in European media discourses across different socio-historical contexts, demonstrating how such analysis can illuminate the tension between global and local in media discourses in today’s globalised world. The volume draws on data from a ...
By Ulrike Schröder, Elisabetta Adami, Jennifer Dailey-O'Cain
February 24, 2023
This collection brings together a range of perspectives on multimodal communication in intercultural interaction, bridging cognitive, social, and functional approaches towards promoting cross-disciplinary dialogues and taking research at the intersections of these fields into new directions. The ...
By Christiane Lütge, Thorsten Merse, Petra Rauschert
November 01, 2022
In light of increasing globalization, this collection makes the case for global citizenship education as a way forward for transforming foreign language learning and teaching to better address current and future global challenges in times of unprecedented change. The volume maps a ...
By Prue Holmes, John Corbett
July 21, 2022
This collection lends a critical decolonising lens to intercultural communication research, bringing together perspectives on how forms of education embedded in the arts and humanities can open up intercultural understanding among young people in conditions of conflict and protracted crises. The ...
By Tony Johnstone Young, Sara Ganassin, Stefanie Schneider, Alina Schartner, Steve Walsh
January 31, 2022
This book critically reflects on the challenges faced by refugee aspirant professionals in securing employment and the ways in which professional intercultural competence development and attendant language learning practices can help facilitate the professional (re)integration in these communities....
By Troy McConachy, Anthony J. Liddicoat
November 30, 2021
This collection argues for the need to promote intercultural understanding as a clear goal for teaching and learning pragmatics in second and foreign language education. The volume sees the learning of pragmatics as a challenging yet enriching process whereby the individual expands their capacity ...
By Bal Krishna Sharma, Shuang Gao
November 26, 2021
This collection critically examines tourism as a site of intercultural communication, drawing on the analytical tools afforded by the discipline toward better understanding contemporary tourism discourses and the broader societal structures of power and ideologies in which they are situated. The ...
By Sarah Hopkyns
March 31, 2020
This book provides a nuanced portrait of the complexities found within the cultural and linguistic landscape of the United Arab Emirates, unpacking the ever-shifting dynamics between English and Arabic in today’s era of superdiversity. Employing a qualitative phenomenological approach which draws ...
By Chantal Crozet, Adriana R. Díaz
February 13, 2020
Bringing together a range of perspectives from tertiary language and culture teachers and researchers, this volume highlights the need for greater critical engagement with the question of language teacher identity, agency and responsibility in light of an ever changing global socio-political and ...