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ERIC Number: ED117774
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 207
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Interracial Communication.
Rich, Andrea L.
Designed to introduce communicators to the factors influencing them interracial and interethnic interaction, this study attempts to explain the dynamics of interracial communication by offering descriptions of various interracial interaction situations and possible reasons for the existence of problems in interracial communication. The first chapter offers an introduction to interracial communication and a model of intercultural and interracial communication; the second discusses perception, prejudice, and interracial communication; the third considers stereotypes and interracial communication; the fourth introduces role theory and discusses role phases and reversal in interracial communication; the fifth considers beliefs, attitudes, values, and interracial communication; the sixth discusses language and interracial communication; and the seventh is devoted to interracial implications of nonverbal communication. The final chapter presents a plan for teaching a course on interracial communication. Classroom activities and suggestions for exercises which deal with various aspects of interracial communication are offered at the end of each chapter. (LL)
Harper & Row Publishers, 10 East 53rd St., New York, New York 10022 ($5.95 paper)
Publication Type: Books
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