Double Swing: Intercultural Communication Core: Theories, Issues, and Concepts

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Resumé

There are two main streams of understanding intercultural communication. The “classic” transmission models include the basic elements of communication involved in sending messages from a sender to a receiver. These models enable analysis of all communication elements and effects by focusing on sameness in communication. In contrast, Muneo Jay Yoshikawa's “double-swing” model of intercultural communication between the East and West is based on an eastern understanding of dialogue, collaborative communication, and co-creation of meaning. The double-swing model enables an understanding of communication as an ongoing encounter where both sender and receiver have mutual respect. It has four modes of communication: the ethnocentric, the dialectic, the control, and the dialogic. Both models have something to offer intercultural communication, but the double-swing model enables a worldview that is heterogeneous, pluralistic, and dynamic.
There are two main streams of understanding intercultural communication. The “classic” transmission models include the basic elements of communication involved in sending messages from a sender to a receiver. These models enable analysis of all communication elements and effects by focusing on sameness in communication. In contrast, Muneo Jay Yoshikawa's “double-swing” model of intercultural communication between the East and West is based on an eastern understanding of dialogue, collaborative communication, and co-creation of meaning. The double-swing model enables an understanding of communication as an ongoing encounter where both sender and receiver have mutual respect. It has four modes of communication: the ethnocentric, the dialectic, the control, and the dialogic. Both models have something to offer intercultural communication, but the double-swing model enables a worldview that is heterogeneous, pluralistic, and dynamic.
SprogEngelsk
TitelThe International Encyclopedia of Intercultural Communication
RedaktørerYoung Yun Kim
Antal sider6
Udgivelses stedHoboken, NJ
ForlagWiley
Dato13 dec. 2017
ISBN (Elektronisk)9781118783665
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 13 dec. 2017
NavnThe Wiley Blackwell-ICA international Encyclopedias of Communication

Emneord

  • Co-creation
  • Complex
  • Dialogue
  • Dynamic
  • East-West
  • Intercultural communication
  • Power

Citer dette

Clausen, L. (2017). Double Swing: Intercultural Communication Core: Theories, Issues, and Concepts. I Y. Y. Kim (red.), The International Encyclopedia of Intercultural Communication Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. The Wiley Blackwell-ICA international Encyclopedias of Communication, DOI: 10.1002/9781118783665.ieicc0024
Clausen, Lisbeth. / Double Swing : Intercultural Communication Core: Theories, Issues, and Concepts. The International Encyclopedia of Intercultural Communication. red. / Young Yun Kim. Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, 2017. (The Wiley Blackwell-ICA international Encyclopedias of Communication).
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Publikation: Kapitel i bog/rapport/konferenceprocesEncyclopædiartikelForskningpeer review

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