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Revisiting Commonalities in Asian Pacific Communication

Special issue of Journal of Asian Pacific Communication 25:1 (2015)

Editors
Hui-Ching Chang | University of Illinois at Chicago
Ling Chen | Hong Kong Baptist University
[Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 25:1] 2015.  v, 164 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Special issue articles
Commonalities as an alternative approach to analyzing Asian Pacific communication: Some notes about the Special Issue
Hui-Ching Chang and Ling Chen
1–21
Embracing cultural similarities and bridging differences in supportive communication
Hairong Feng
22–41
Beyond the cultural dichotomy, what do we share? An ethnographic study of intergenerational smartphone MMS use in sojourning experiences
Hong-Chi Shiau
42–62
Dialectics of culture and dynamic balancing between individuality and collectivity
Tae-Seop Lim and Seokhoon Ahn
63–77
“Let the ‘like’ one in” Five portals to invite similarity into conversations about “differences” in Asian Pacific communication
Richard Holt
78–96
Proverb commonalities in different languages and its application to Asian Pacific communication
Vladimir Manakin
97–116
Articles
Sociocultural traits and language attitudes of Chinese Foochow and Hokkien in Malaysia
Su-Hie Ting and Yann-yann Puah
117–140
Power redistribution of languages in Hong Kong under a new national flag
Mee Ling Lai
141–164
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Subjects

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Main BIC Subject

CF: Linguistics

Main BISAC Subject

LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General