This interdisciplinary volume includes general theory, case studies and examples as well as ideas for procuring peace through communication for the larger community. The book concludes with an agenda-setting summary that stimulates inquiry in communication studies and international relations. Readers will obtain an overall perspective of factors that affect diplomacy and negotiation across cultures - power, trust, stereotyping, hostility escalation, mediation and negotiation philosophy and style, and media and policy implications.
|Series:||International and Intercultural Communication Annual Series , #14|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|
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Table of ContentsCommunicating for Peace - Felipe Korzenny and Susan Douglas Ryan Hope and PerspectivePART ONE: COMMUNICATION THEORY FOR DIPLOMACY, NEGOTIATION, AND PEACEDiplomacy - William B Gudykunst A Special Case of Intergroup CommunicationInternational Negotiations - Fred L Casmir A Power-and-Trust RelationshipAttitude Formation and International Conflict - Herbert H Blumberg An Attempt to Apply McGuire's Attitude Review to Work Summarized by Deutsch and OthersPART TWO: FRAMEWORKS AND APPLICATIONS TO INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATION FOR PEACEIntergroup Diplomatic Communication - Stella Ting-Toomey and Mark Cole A Face-Negotiation PerspectiveCultural Orientations of Argument in International Disputes - Gregg B Walker Negotiating the Law of the SeaTaoism and the Metaphoric Analysis of International Dispute Mediation - G Richard Holt, Hui-Ching Chang, and David SteingardDeadlock - Raymond Cohen Israel and Egypt NegotiatePART THREE: COMMUNICATION, COMMUNITY, PEACE, AND DEVELOPMENTCommunication, Peace, and Development - Majid Tehranian A Communitarian PerspectiveInternational Organization and Integration Theory - Jean-Luc Renaud The Case of the International Telecommunication UnionThe Alternative Media and the Overthrow of the Marcos Regime - Hernando GonzalezCitizen Power in US Foreign Policy - Grant Hilliker A Strategy to Communicate ConsensusEPILOGUEAddressing the Communication Dimension of Diplomacy and Negotiation - Glen Fisher The Intellectual Agenda