The Pacific & Asian
        Communication Association

 

     

                       
 

    HUMAN COMMUNICATION



    A Journal of the Pacific and Asian
    Communication Association

    Volume 1, Number 1       Fall 1997

     

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

     

    Foreword

    Donald W. Klopf University of Hawaii at Manoa (USA)

    ppv-vi

     

    A Review of the Concept of Intercultural Sensitivity

    Guo-Ming Chen University of Rhode Island (USA)

    William J. Starosta Howard University (USA)

    pp. 1-16

     

    Retto-kan: Japans Inferiority Complex with the West

    in Contemporary Media and Culture

    Erika Engstrom University of Nevada at Las Vegas (USA) 

    pp. 17-24

     

    Why People Communicate Interpersonally:

    An Investigation of Communication Motives across Cultures

    Satoshi Ishii Dokkyo University (Japan)

    Donald W. Klopf University of Hawaii at Manoa (USA)

    Ronald E. Cambra University of Hawaii at Manoa (USA)

    Myung-Seok Park Dankook University (South Korea)

    Ramona Klinger North Idaho College (USA)

    pp. 25-34

     

    Communication Problems in a Technological Society

    Roger C. Pace University of San Diego (USA)

    pp. 35-50

     

    Cross-Cultural Communication and National Images

    Kee-Soon Park Sung Kyun Kwan University (South Korea)

    pp. 51-66

     

    Global Information Infrastructure in the Eastern and

    Southeastern Asian Countries:

    Emerging Regulatory Implications and Models

    Chung-Chuan Yang National Institute of Technology

    pp. 67-84                     at Kaohsiung (Taiwan) 

     

     

     

    HUMAN COMMUNICATION

    A Journal of the Pacific and Asian Communication Association

    Volume 2, Number 1         Winter 1998/Spring 1999

     

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

     

    A Spectrum of Scholars: 

    Multicultural Diversity and Human Communication Theory

    Ronald D. Gordon University of Hawaii at Hilo (USA)

    pp. 1-8

     

    Teaching the Intercultural Communication Course

    Donald W. Klopf University of Hawaii at Manoa (USA)

    Reiko Kuramoto Aomori Public College (Japan)

    pp. 9-25

     

    A Review of the Concept of Intercultural Awareness

    Guo-Ming Chen University of Rhode Island (USA)

    William J. Starosta Howard University (USA)

    pp. 27-54

     

    A Cultural Model of Deceptive Communication Motivation

    Min-Sun Kim University of Hawaii at Manoa (USA)

    Karadeen Y. Kam University of Arizona (USA)

    Theodore Singelis University of California at Chico (USA)

    R. Kelly Aune University of Hawaii at Manoa (USA)

    pp. 55-74

     

    The Influence of Confucianism on Chinese Persuasion:

    The Past, the Present, and the Future

    Rita Mei-Ching Ng Hong Kong Baptist University (China)

    pp. 75-86

     

    Facial Skin Color Preferences for Chinese Women

    in Hong Kong Magazine Advertisements

    Angela K. Mak Hong Kong Baptist University (China)

    pp. 87-98

     

    Cultural Politics of Communication Policy:

    A Comparative Study of Singapore and the Philippines

    Nobleza C. Asuncion-Lande University of Kansas (USA)

    pp. 99-122

     

     

     

    HUMAN COMMUNICATION

    A Journal of the Pacific and Asian Communication Association

    Volume 3, Number 1         Spring/Summer 2000

     

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

     

    The Development and Validation of the Intercultural Sensitivity Scale

    Guo-Ming Chen University of Rhode Island (USA)

    William J. Starosta Howard University (USA)

    pp. 1-14

     

    Fragility, Complexity and Identity:

    Communication Ethics and Values Education in a Multicultural Society

    Christopher J. Schroll University of Texas of the Permian Basin (USA)

    pp. 15-25

     

    The Effects of Embarrassability on Perceived Importance of

    Conversational Constraints

    William F. Sharkey University of Hawaii at Manoa (USA)

    Min-Sun Kim University of Hawaii at Manoa (USA)

    pp. 27-40

     

    The Rituals of Getting Married in Singapore

    Chun Wah Lee Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

    pp. 41-60

     

    A CMM Analysis of Chinese Code-Switching

    Jonathan H. Millen Rider University (USA)

    Minmin Wang Rider University (USA)

    pp. 61-84

     

    Twists and Turns: An Autoethnography

    Pamela Cooper Northwestern University (USA)

    pp. 85-95

     

    Dimensions of Chinese Compliance-Gaining Strategies

    Guo-Ming Chen University of Rhode Island (USA)

    Mei Zhong San Diego State University (USA)

    pp. 97-109

     

     

    HUMAN COMMUNICATION 

    A Journal of the Pacific and Asian Communication Association

    Volume 4, Number 1         Spring/Summer 2001

     

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

     

    An Emerging Rationale for Triworld Communication Studies

    from Buddhist Perspectives

    Satoshi Ishii Dokkyo University (Japan)

    pp. 1-10

     

    Different Ways of Belonging:

    American Jet Program Participants Perceptions of

    Japanese Membership Norms

    Adam M. Komisarof Shobi University (Japan)

    pp. 11-30

     

    Keitai Use in Japan:

    A Digital Revolution and Radical Cultural Change

    Kimiko Akita Ohio University (USA)

    pp. 31-42

     

    Issues in Cross-Cultural Curriculum Design:

    A Case Study from Japan

    Sara K. Holzberlein Nagasaki Junshin Catholic University (Japan)

    Giles Parker Nagasaki University (Japan)

    pp. 43-56

     

    Argumentativeness and Traditional Values:

    A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Japanese, Hong Kong Chinese

    and Mainland Chinese

    Chen Ling Hong Kong Baptist University (China)

    Yoko Nadamitsu Josai International University (Japan)

    Betty Lee Kaman Hong Kong Baptist University (China)

    pp. 57-70

     

    Who Am I? A Field Study of Leisure Activities in Urban Beijing

    Wenhong Wang Chinese University of Hong Kong (China)

    pp. 71-83

     

     

    HUMAN COMMUNICATION

    A Journal of the Pacific and Asian Communication Association

    Volume 5, Number 1         Spring/Summer 2002

     

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

     

    Intercultural Communication Competency: A Critique

    Tom Bruneau Radford University (USA)

    pp. 1-14

     

    Mythos East and West: 

    Narrative Conceptions of Soul, Rebirth, and Salvation

    in the Phaedrus and the Bhagavad Ghita

    Scott R. Stroud San Jose State University (USA)

    pp. 15-30

     

    The Question of Media Violence in the USA

    Ronald D. Gordon University of Hawaii at Hilo (USA)

    pp. 31-49

     

    When East Meets West:

    Acculturation, Socio-Emotional Adjustments, and Parental Influence

    in Chinese-Canadian Immigrant Adolescents

    Betty Kaman Lee City University of Hong Kong (China)

    pp. 51-71

     

    The Effect of Dichotomous/Bipolar Thinking, Rigid Thinking

    and Tolerance of Ambiguity on Communication Styles:

    A Comparative Study of American and Japanese Students

    Georgios Triantis University of Connecticut (USA)

    pp. 72-89

     

    Dragonflying beyond Cultural Constraints:

    The Transcultural Communication Phenomenon

    Marla Del Collins Long Island University (USA)

    pp. 91-104

     

     

     

    HUMAN COMMUNICATION

    A Journal of the Pacific and Asian Communication Association

    Volume 6, Number 1         Spring/Summer 2003

     

     

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

     

    Changes in the Cultural Arguments of Chinese Political Leaders

    D. Ray Heisey Kent State University (USA)

    pp. 1-11

     

    The Message of an Important National Policy Shift:

    The Anti-Porn Campaign in the Wake of Tiananmen

    Crackdown of 1989 Pro-Democracy Movement

    Shaorong Huang University of Cincinnati (USA)

    pp. 13-23

     

    The Rhetoric on Freedom of Expression in the Chinese

    Pro-Democracy Movement: A Cross-Cultural Perspective

    Wenshan Jia State University of New York at New Paltz (USA)

    pp. 25-38

     

    Exploring Thailand Tales:

    Discovering Cultural Dimensions in Popular, On-Line

    Media through a Host Nationals Eyes

    Mary Anna Kidd University of Kansas (USA)

    pp. 39-57

     

    Critical Ethnography of My Aunts Suicide:

    Intergenerational Family Conflict in Japan

    Kimiko Akita Ohio University (USA) 

    pp. 59-79

     

    SPECIAL SECTION: APPLICATIONS

     

    A Compendium of Contemporary Perspectives on

    the Scientific Examination of Cross-Cultural Interaction

    Donald W. Klopf University of Hawaii at Manoa (USA)

    Takehide Kawashima Nihon University (Japan)

    pp. 83-95

     

    Teaching Intercultural Communication through

    Translation Practice

    Wenjie Yan East Stroudsburg University (USA)

    pp. 97-103

     

    HUMAN COMMUNICATION 

    A Journal of the Pacific and Asian Communication Association

    Volume 7, Number 1         Winter 2004

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

     

    Perspectives on Human Communication: A Prologue to Volumes 7 and 8

    Donald W. Klopf University of Hawaii at Manoa (USA)

    pp. 1-13

     

    Benefits and Pitfalls of Globalization: A Critical Reappraisal

    Myung-Seok Park Dankook University (South Korea)

    pp. 15-23

     

    The Two Faces of Chinese Communication

    Guo-Ming Chen University of Rhode Island (USA)

    pp. 25-36

     

    The Confucian Model of Self-Cultivation: Lessons for the West

    Rita Mei-Ching Ng Ohio University at Zanesville (USA)

    pp. 39-49

     

    Towards an Asian Model of Face: The Dimensionality of Face in Korea

    Tae-Seop Lim University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee (USA) 

    pp. 51-66

     

    Rethinking Humanity, Culture, and Communication:

    Asiacentric Critiques and Contributions

    Yoshitaka Miike University of Hawaii at Hilo (USA)

    pp. 67-82

     

    South Asian Theories of Speech Communication:

    Origins and Applications in Ancient, Modern, and Postmodern Times

    K. S. Sitaram Southern Illinois University at Carbondale (USA)

    pp. 83-101

     

     

     

    HUMAN COMMUNICATION 

    A Journal of the Pacific and Asian Communication Association

    Volume 8, Number 1         Winter 2005

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

     

    Helping Juvenile Offenders Reconstruct Their Identities:

    Analysis of a Case Study in Japan

    Kiyoko Sueda Aoyama Gakuin University (Japan)

    pp. 1-23

     

    Intercultural Communication Competence and Identity Transformation:

    Narrative Accounts of U.S. Expatriates Sojourning Experiences in Singapore

    Rosemary Chai Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

    pp. 25-60

     

    Construct Chinese Culture from the Classroom Speaking:

    An Ethnography of Chinese Graduate Assistants Instructor-Centered

    Speaking in the U.S. Classrooms

    Yun Xia Rider University (USA)

    pp. 61-81

     

    Gender Discrimination in Korean Language

    Young-Ok Lee-Jung Kyung Hee University (South Korea)

    pp. 83-96