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Title:Intercultural communication and public policy
Author:Iheanacho, Ngozi
Year:2016
Pages:365
Language:English
City of publisher:Port Harcourt
Publisher:M and J Grand Orbit Communications
ISBN:978541647X; 9789785416473; 9785431142; 9789785431148
Geographic term:Nigeria
Subjects:culture contact
communication
government policy
globalization
national identity
Abstract:This book contains essays on intercultural communication with a theoretical, as well as a practical perspective. The book focuses on this subject, using public policy in Nigeria as a case study. It is structured into five parts: Part one: Conceptual frames and theoretical principles. From culture to intercultural communication (Ngozi N. Iheanacho); Theories & principles of intercultural communication in a globalizing world (Ntiense Usua); Globalization & intercultural communication: a diplomatic perspective (Nnwobunwene Scf); Sociology of culture & intercultural communication (Emmanuel Okemini). -- Part two: Institutions and intercultural communication. Education & intercultural communication (Douglas O. Nwaokugha); Religion & intercultural communication (Ngozi N. Iheanacho & A.G.M. Emukah); The media & intercultural communication process (Chidiebere Ughaerumba & Grace Lawrence-Hart); Women & intercultural communication (Caroline N. Mbonu & Ngozi N. Iheanacho). -- Part three: Creative arts and tourism in culture traffic. Basic dynamics of art in intercultural communication process (Rowland Olumati & Amagh G. Mgbemere-Emukah); Music and intercultural communication (Benjamine O. Onu); Art: music & painting in intercultural communication (O. Kenoye Igoniko); Tourism & intercultural communication (Grace Lawrence-Hart). -- Part four: Management of intercultural communication. Limits of intercultural communication (Kingsley Owete & Vincent A. Olusakin); Intercultural communication management: intercultural awareness and sojourner adaptation (John Obineche & Jacob Dick Asuevia); Intercultural communication management: the roles of police and immigration (Otu Ekpenyong & S.T. Nbete). -- Part five: Culture and public policy. Public policy, cultural factors and national orientation agency (Ngozi N. Iheanacho & Franca N. Madumere); The local content policy and intercultural communication in Nigeria's oil and gas industry (Ngozi N. Iheanacho & John C. Koko); Rural women and alternative dispute resolution policy in Akpor Kingdom: a cultural matrix (Eze Wosu); Culture and Nigeria's foreign policy (Kingsley Owete & Friday L. Bobmanuel). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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