Journal of Asian Pacific Communication

Volume 22, Issue 1 (2012)

2012.  iii, 155 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Modernity and media portrayals of China
Qing Cao
“Confucius Institutes” A tension between the construction of their cultural educational identity and the colonization of the marketized discourse
Zeshun You
The marginalized positions of Thai professional writers on the global hegemony of English
Adcharawan Buripakdi
Applying the extended parallel process model to examine posters in the 2008 Chinese Annual Anti-Drug Campaign
Rui Shi and Michael David Hazen
Portrayal of females in magazine advertisements in Hong Kong
Kara Chan and Yolanda Cheng
Same path, different experience: Culture’s Influence on attribution, emotion, and interaction goals in negotiation
Meina Liu
“Not a Mission Impossible” The perceptions of successful graduates on the development of spoken english for the workplace
Caroline Malthus and Hongyan Lu
Imagined community, identity, and Chinese Language Teaching in Hong Kong
Fang Gao
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