Stereotypes and Intercultural Communication: Reference and Resources List

The following is a list of texts which contain material referred in the Multicultural Communication lecture on August 7th, 2012 at the Kanagawa Institute of Language and Culture.

References for Stereotype lecture

Doe,T.,Hurling,S., Kamada,Y., Mori, T.&Takayama,I. (2010).What do you think? Interactive  skills for effective discussion. Tokyo: DTP publishing.

Gaston, J. (1984). Cultural Awareness Teaching Techniques. Pro Lingua Associates.

Cultural Awareness Teaching Techniques (Resource Handbook, No. 4)
Kajiura, A. & Goodmacher, G. (2005). This is Culture -理論と実践で学ぶ異文化間コミュニケーション. 南雲堂.
This is Culture -理論と実践で学ぶ異文化間コミュニケーション
Shaules, J., & 珠理阿部. (2007). Different Realities~Adventures in Intercultural Communication 異文化間コミュニケーション―己を知る、相手を知る. 南雲堂.
Shaules, J., & Abe, J. (1998). Culture in Action [カルチャー イン アクション・教室での異文化体験]. 南雲堂.
Wikipedia contributors. (2012, August 1). Stereotype. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. Retrieved from

References for Intercultural Communication

Bennett, M. (1998). Basic Concepts of Intercultural Communication: Selected Readings. Nicholas Brealey.
Basic Concepts of Intercultural Communication: Selected Readings
Jandt, F. E. (2012). An Introduction to Intercultural Communication: Identities in a Global Community (Seventh.). Sage Publications, Inc.

Shaules, J., Tsujioka, H., & Iida, M. (2003). Identity: Student’s Book. Oxford University Press.

Identity: Student's Book
Ting-Toomey, S. (1999). Communicating Across Cultures (illustrated ed.). Guilford Pr.
鈴木健. (2011). コミュニケーション・スタディーズ入門. 大修館書店.

Sterotypical images:

Kawabe, J.Obashi,Y.,Suzuki, H., Whitney, J.C., (2002) Daily Oral Communication, Tokyo:Ikeda Shoten.
健鈴木. (2011). コミュニケーション・スタディーズ入門. 大修館書店.

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