TITLE

PART I: Continuity and Change of Identity in Global Community

AUTHOR(S)
Rueyling Chuang; Mei Zhong; Hui-Ching Chang; Jensen Chung
PUB. DATE
January 2000
SOURCE
Communication & Global Society;2000, p17
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Part I of the book "Communication & Global Society" is presented. It explores the dialectic contradictions between localization and globalization and examines the dialectics of identity and diversity in the global society from a communication perspective are discussed. It analyzes the possibility of establishing a Chinese Community called Greater China. It also focuses on the view of co-cultures in a global corporation on the concept of assertiveness.
ACCESSION #
32524120

 

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