Rhetoric, Professional Communication, and Globalization

This Journal publishes articles on the theory, practice, and teaching of professional communication in critical global contexts. Articles can take a variety of forms, including formal empirical studies, illustrative case studies, book, software, and academic program review, and curriculum development. The Journal is primarily cross cultural, concentrating on how professionals from a variety of cultural and rhetorical traditions communicate with each other across a range of contexts using various communication media.


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Vol 7 (2015): Defining and operationalizing culture for intercultural and global research, theory, and practice

Special edition editors

Guiseppe Getto
East Carolina University, USA

Barry Thatcher
New Mexico State University, USA

Joo-Seng Tan
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

Table of Contents

Editor Introduction

Editor's Introduction PDF
Guiseppe Getto 1-11


Translocal pragmatics: Operationalizing postnational heuristics to locate salient cultural overlap PDF
Massimo Verzella, Andrew Mara 12-28
Intercultural connectivism PDF
Ann Hill Duin, Joseph Moses 29-46
The emic ground does not exist: The 2012 Qu├ębec student strikes, contingency, and the rhetorics of universality PDF
Nathan Franklin 47-60
Operationalizing culture with design cards: Translating critical knowledge into provocative insights PDF
Huatong Sun 61-78
Cultural polysemy: Exploring cultural codes through digital and non-digital practices PDF
Anirban Ray 79-99
Globalizing the local in the SilkAir MI 185 crash investigation PDF
Kyle Mattson 100-124
Achieving cultural community through rhetorical means: A study of culture in the Bologna process documentation PDF
Diane L Martinez 125-146

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ISSN: 2153-9480