Rhetorical Transculture Online

Transcultural rhetoric online refers to a process through which individuals and groups talk about what it is like to go beyond the confines of their own cultures in order to better embrace the values and traits of another. Explore further in Chapter 9 of the book The Rhetorical Emergence of Culture (Studies in Rhetoric and Culture).

Communication, Culture and Cyberspace

The convergence of online media and globalization poses three challenges for technical communicators: (1) how to create online materials usable by culturally distinct audiences; (2) how cultural and linguistic characteristics affect the nature of international online interaction; and (3) how globalization impacts education and training through international online media. Published in Culture, Communication, & Cyberspace: … Continue reading Communication, Culture and Cyberspace

Культура и контекст

Краткое изложение теорий Гирта Хофстеде и Эдварда Холла о межкультурном обмене информацией с точки зрения потребительских свойств веб-сайтов. Юзабилити Бюллетень. Выпуск № 19.

Card Sorts by Multi-Ethnic Users

Most everyone agrees that web site design should be tailored to the specific needs, moraes, and habits of groups based on culture. However, some situations involve the interaction of groups from many different cultures at once. Examples might include social media users networked with people worldwide; multi-national business sites; and educational support systems combining US … Continue reading Card Sorts by Multi-Ethnic Users