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An Introduction to Language and Intercultural Communication

Introducing Language and Intercultural Communication

Welcome to the companion website for Introducing Language and Intercultural Communication by Jane Jackson. Readers will learn to understand and become aware of power relations, positioning, and the impact of social and political forces on language choice and the intercultural communication process.

This website features a range of dynamic and interactive resources for both students and instructors:

Student resources on this companion website include:
  • Additional suggested readings, suggested films and suggested online resources to supplement and consolidate your understanding of the issues within the text and provide opportunities for further research.
  • Learning objectives for each chapter to create structured study.
  • A glossary to support learning of new vocabulary related to intercultural communication.
  • An image gallery illustrating real life examples of intercultural encounters and communication.
Instructor resources include:
  • Teaching preparation aids such as sample semester and quarter course schedules, sample course assignments, intercultural reading and resource lists and information on intercultural media.
  • Chapter resources including key terms and concepts, extended chapter outlines, PowerPoint presentations, discussion questions and ‘real world’ data analysis or examples.
  • A testbank including multiple choice, true or false and essay questions.
  • A copy of the glossary.