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Komunikasi Lintas Budaya: A Review of Deddy Mulyana's Ebook
Komunikasi Lintas Budaya (Cross-Cultural Communication) is an ebook written by Deddy Mulyana, a professor of communication at Padjadjaran University in Indonesia. The ebook is a collection of his articles and lectures on various topics related to cross-cultural communication, such as culture, identity, language, nonverbal communication, intercultural competence, and intercultural conflict. The ebook aims to provide a comprehensive and practical guide for students, researchers, and practitioners who are interested in learning more about the theory and practice of cross-cultural communication.
The ebook consists of 12 chapters, each covering a different aspect of cross-cultural communication. The first chapter introduces the concept and importance of cross-cultural communication in the era of globalization and multiculturalism. The second chapter discusses the definition and dimensions of culture, as well as the relationship between culture and communication. The third chapter explores the concept of identity and how it is constructed and expressed through communication. The fourth chapter examines the role and function of language in cross-cultural communication, including verbal and nonverbal codes, translation, and intercultural dialogue. The fifth chapter explains the concept and components of intercultural competence, as well as the factors that influence its development. The sixth chapter analyzes the sources and types of intercultural conflict, as well as the strategies and skills for managing and resolving them. The seventh chapter reviews the history and development of cross-cultural communication as a field of study, as well as the main theories and models that have been proposed by various scholars. The eighth chapter presents some case studies of cross-cultural communication in different contexts, such as education, business, tourism, media, and diplomacy. The ninth chapter provides some tips and suggestions for conducting cross-cultural research, including research design, data collection, data analysis, and ethical issues. The tenth chapter offers some practical advice for teaching and learning cross-cultural communication, including curriculum design, teaching methods, learning activities, and assessment. The eleventh chapter summarizes the main points and lessons learned from the previous chapters. The twelfth chapter concludes the ebook with some reflections and recommendations for future research and practice in cross-cultural communication.
The ebook is written in a clear and engaging style, with examples and illustrations from various cultures and contexts. The ebook also includes some exercises and questions at the end of each chapter to help readers review and apply their knowledge. The ebook is suitable for anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of cross-cultural communication and improve their intercultural skills.
About the Author
Deddy Mulyana is a Professor of Communication Studies and the Dean of the Faculty of Communication Science, Padjadjaran University, Jatinangor, West Java, Indonesia. He was born in Bandung on January 28, 1958. He obtained his BA in Journalism from Padjadjaran University in 1981, his MA in Communication Studies from Northern Illinois University, USA in 1986, and his PhD in Anthropology and Sociology from Monash University, Australia in 1996. His doctoral dissertation was titled: Twenty-Five Indonesians in Melbourne: A Study of the Social Construction and Transformation of Ethnic Identity.
He has published more than 50 books and over 50 journal articles on various topics related to communication, culture, media, journalism, health communication, and intercultural communication. Some of his books include Ilmu Komunikasi: Suatu Pengantar (Communication Science: An Introduction), Komunikasi Antarbudaya: Panduan Berkomunikasi dengan Orang-orang Berbeda Budaya (Intercultural Communication: A Guide to Communicate with People from Different Cultures), Komunikasi Lintas Budaya (Cross-Cultural Communication), Komunikasi Kesehatan (Health Communication), and Komunikasi Efektif: Strategi Mencapai Kesepakatan Bersama (Effective Communication: Strategies to Achieve Mutual Agreement).
He has received several awards and recognitions for his academic achievements and contributions, such as the Second Best University Lecturer from Padjadjaran University in 2004, the Satya Karya Bhakti Padjadjaran Award from Padjadjaran University in 2009, the Australian Alumni Inspirational Award from the Australian Government in 2009, the Managerial PR Award from ASEAN PR Network in 2014, the Highest Category Award from the Indonesian Association of Higher Communication Education Institutions in 2016, and the PR Educator Award from the Indonesian Public Relations Association in 2018. He has also supervised over 100 PhD students and over 50 Master's students with thesis.
He is actively involved in various professional and social organizations, such as the Indonesian Communication Scholars Association (ISKI), the Indonesian Public Relations Association (PERHUMAS), the Indonesian Association of Higher Communication Education Institutions (ASPIKOM), the Indonesian Health Communication Forum (FKKI), and the Indonesian Intercultural Communication Forum (FKAI). He is also a frequent speaker and trainer for various government agencies, private companies, media organizations, and civil society groups on communication-related issues. aa16f39245