Intercultural Communication Education
A Special Issue on Student Research

Current Issue
Vol. 3 No. 1 (2020)
Published: 2020-04-22

https://journals.castledown-publishers.com.au/index.php/ice/

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Aims & Scope

Intercultural Communication Education is an innovative open access journal which aims to make available quality interdisciplinary scholarship on intercultural communication to a broad international readership. The journal aims to showcase work which tackles the complexities of intercultural interaction and challenges existing theoretical perspectives on the role of language and culture in communication, particularly work which generates implications for the teaching and learning of intercultural communication in educational and professional contexts. The journal also aims to present insightful theoretical and empirical work which deals with the question of how individuals in educational and professional contexts develop intercultural capabilities, and how educational content and pedagogical practices can support such development. We strongly welcome submissions that take an interdisciplinary perspective, including papers that explore intercultural issues through the lens of multilingualism.

CONTENTS:

Introduction: The Idea of a Special Issue on Student Research
Troy McConachy

Language Ideologies at Work: Examining the Linguistic Landscape in Public Spaces of Coventry, England
Zeena Faulk

Representations of Multiculturalism in Japanese Elementary EFL Textbooks: A Critical Analysis
Kate Alice Efron

Short Article: Digital Ethnography for Culture Teaching in the Foreign Language Classroom
Margherita Berti