Journal of Asian Pacific Communication 28:2
[Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 28:2] 2018. iii, 178 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
Attitudes to Mandarin Chinese varieties in SingaporeFrancesco Cavallaro, Mark Fifer Seilhamer, Ho Yen Yee, and Ng Bee Chin | pp. 195–225
Social support and mental health: An analysis of online support forums for Asian immigrant womenEyun-Jung Ki and JooYoung Jang | pp. 226–250
Gentle masculinity in East Asia: ‘Herbivore Men’ and interlocutor constructed languageJudit Kroo | pp. 251–280
Migrant youth identity work in transnational new mediascape: A case study of what it means to be Korean for migrant adolescentsSujin Kim | pp. 281–302
Expected feedback and successful adaptation to a multinational organization (MNO): A comparison between American and Japanese employeesKumi Ishii | pp. 303–322
Justification and knowledge: Prospecting the modality of Indonesians’ informal political discussions on FacebookHamideh Molaei | pp. 323–344
Language attitudes by university students in mainland China: Results of a survey in three citiesBinmei Liu, Pengpeng Feng, Qingtao Feng, Jihong Li, and Yuping Li | pp. 345–368
Qing Zhang. Language and social change in China: Undoing commonness through Cosmopolitan MandarinReviewed by Ke Zhang | pp. 369–371
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