Critical Cultural Awareness: Managing Stereotypes Through Intercultural (language) Education

Stephanie Houghton, Yumiko Furumura, Maria Lebedko, Song Li
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013 - 278 ページ
In a rapidly globalizing world, one of the most challenging barriers to be overcome is the stereotype. This book aims to promote understanding of the nature of stereotypes, and to suggest ways in which teachers can manage them by developing critical cultural awareness as an intrinsic part of the intercultural communicative competence of their students.

Part 1 of the book explores ways of defining, eliciting and illustrating stereotypes from theoretical standpoints. Part 2 showcases ways of addressing stereotypes through intercultural (language) education to provide teachers with a firm platform for the practical application of their knowledge and skills when attempting to manage stereotypes in the classroom.

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著者について (2013)

Stephanie Ann Houghton, PhD, is an Associate Professor in Intercultural Communication at Saga University, Japan. She is author of Intercultural Dialogue in Practice: Managing Value Judgment through Foreign Language Education, and has published numerous other books on intercultural communication. Yumiko Furumura holds a PhD in Social and Cultural Studies from Kyushu University, Japan. Her research interests lie in the development of intercultural communicative competence through English language education. Maria Lebedko, Doctor of Philology, is a Professor of Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok, Russia. Her research interests primarily lie in intercultural communication and cognitive linguistics. Song Li, PhD, is a Professor of English at Harbin Institute of Technology, China. Her research interests focus on the interaction between language, culture and (inter)cultural identity in global, multicultural contexts.