Advances in Cultural Discourse Studies
Published in Journal of Multicultural Discourses
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Here are some of the finest recent publications that represent important developments in Cultural Discourse Studies, published in Journal of Multicultural Discourses.
Some topics that are featured in this article collection are:
- New topics, issues, phenomena reflected in diverse cultural settings
- Investigations, beyond texts and talk, into cultural forms of new media
- Development as topic of concern, beyond the tradition of 'communication for development'
- Increasingly critical problem of national and international security.
|Beyond postmodernism: a non-western perspective on identity||Jing Yin|
|Rethinking the colonial encounter with Bakhtin (and contra Foucault)||Craig Brandist|
|The critical and decolonial quest for intercultural epistemologies and discourses||Manuela Guilherme|
|Neoliberal multiculturalism and the discourse of primitivism at Walt Disney World’s Pandora||Ian Roderick|
|Power relations in global knowledge production. A cultural/critical approach||Marton Demeter|
|Culture, Communication and Hybridity: The Case of The Rap of China||Terry Flew, Mark Ryan & Chunmeizi Su|
|Communication for development and social change: an introduction||Srinivas R. Melkote|
|Gazing at language crossing in the global north but doing crossing in the global south||Katherine Masters & Sinfree Makoni|
|Cultural Discourse Studies scholars as builders of a shared world||Shi-xu|
|Conceptualizing multicultural discourses of security: introduction to the special issue||Bryan C. Taylor & Hamilton Bean|