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).
Краткое изложение теорий Гирта Хофстеде и Эдварда Холла о межкультурном обмене информацией с точки зрения потребительских свойств веб-сайтов. Юзабилити Бюллетень. Выпуск № 19.
If you wanted to develop a websites for immigrants, what specific features and navigation would you need? Is it possible to come up with how-to steps for this task? Find my article in Technical Communication 48 (4), pp. 435-448, 2001.
This article analyzes how participation on a Russian émigré Web site develops a communal identity or "ethos." This ethos emerges primarily through three activities: the creation of cultural and technical resources; the linking of other pages to the site; and the debate and dialogue on bulletin boards. Together these activities form a transnational rhetorical community … Continue reading Communal Identity on Émigré Web Sites