Intercultural communication : pragmatics, genealogy, deconstruction /
In a world characterized by increased migration, travel, international co-operation and ethnic conflict, this volume reviews intercultural communication and action. Contributions from cultural anthropology, behavioural science, critical theory, philosophy and postmodern thought are examined.
Clevedon, Avon, England ;
|Series:||Multilingual matters (Series)
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