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Interviewee 's Biosketch: Dr. Shuter is Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Marquette University (USA), Director and Founder of the Center for Intercultural New Media Research, and Chair of the International and Intercultural Communication Division for the National Communication Association. A pioneer and leader in intercultural communication studies, Dr. Shuter has written widely about communication and culture with more than 60 articles and books published in leading journals including Journal of Social Psychology, Communication Monographs, Journal of Communication, Journal of Applied Communication Research, Management Communication Quarterly, and Journal of International and Intercultural Communication.. He has served on the editorial boards of many journals, including Human Communication Research and Communication Monographs, and has recently completed editing a special forum on new media across cultures for the Journal of International and Intercultural Communication. He is currently editing a special issue on intercultural new media research for the Journal of Intercultural Communication Research. Q**** As chair of the International and Intercultural Communication Division for the National Communication Association, do you think major governmental and economic entities should give decidedly increased attention to culturally subtle distinctions between Asiacentric and American and Eurocentric styles and techniques of personal and verbal communication, as research fields unto themselves? A**** As chair of the International and Intercultural Communication Division for the National Communication Association (largest such division in the U.S.), we are firmly committed to Asiacentric studies. This is evidenced in our conference programs, some of which focus on Asiacentricity, and the inclusion of...
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Edmondson, Jingjing Z. "An interview of Dr. Robert Shuter." China Media Research, vol. 8, no. 1, 2012, p. 112+. Academic OneFile, Accessed 13 Dec. 2018.
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