Accepted abstracts

Here you find all the accepted abstracts for the NIC-conference 2015.

1 The Americanization of Film Subtitles: A Sociocultural Linguistic Perspective to Subtitling Translation in the Arab WorldPDF

2 Cross-cultural communication in Swedish courtroomPDF

3 Communicative purpose and style – a cultural comparisonPDF

4 Intercultural Communicative Competence: The challenges and implications of teaching Japanese politeness strategies to Swedish learners of JapanesePDF

7 Cultural resistance in language learning: Teaching the use of German Sie/Du to Danish CLIL-­‐studentsPDF

8 Kinesic code-switching among bi-culturalsPDF

13 What may be gained from mistranslations of Japanese haiku?PDF

15 The Rhetoric of Immigration: Labour, Integration and ExclusionPDF

16 Taking nationality hostage: Structural discrimination in immigration and integration discourses  (incl. In  “The Rhetoric of Immigration: Labour, Integration and Exclusion”)PDF

17 Where you learn matters: Labourers’ experiences learning Icelandic ( incl. In  “The Rhetoric of Immigration: Labour, Integration and Exclusion” )PDF

18 Assimilation failures?: Finnish laborers in Arctic Sweden   (incl. In  “The Rhetoric of Immigration: Labour, Integration and Exclusion”)PDF

19 Yhe changing discourses about immigrants in Iceland: Diversity, boundaries and borders  (incl. In  “The Rhetoric of Immigration: Labour, Integration and Exclusion”)PDF

20 Intercultural Communication in a Higher Education InstitutionPDF

21 Where do we go from here? Intercultural Competence in Germany’s Teacher EducationPDF

22 Passion for the Other and the Vicissitudes of ShamePDF

23 Exploring National  Images and StereotypesPDF

24 Toward an Integrated Sweden? A study of the Syrians’ ambition of integration in Swedish societyPDF

25 Exploring linguistic landscapes in semi-public spaces: An educational project for studentsPDF

26 Worlds of many Languages: Learning from Fiction in Multimodal Text UniversesPDF

27 CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION IN E- COURSESPDF

28 Three Projects, Three Pillars: Experiential Learning in a Multicultural EnvironmentPDF

29 Should we tell the truth when talking about the culture of the Other? The Case of Amélie NothombPDF

30 Dramatic Events, Fear and Prejudice: A New Approach to the Study of Islamophobia and Islamophobic Hate CrimesPDF

31 Does the emperor need new clothes?- Dilemmas around essentialism in intercultural trainingPDF

32 Intercultural counselling – a dialogic approachPDF

33 Order and Openness in Virtual TeamworkPDF

34 Intercultural NegotiationsPDF

35 Integrated Marketing Communication – Application in Tourism marketing - A Case Study of Cambodia Destination Marketing in SwedenPDF

36 Culture, an excuse? An explorative study of project manager’s accounts of intercultural encounters in international construction projects.PDF

37 Social media among young people in Kenya: Crossing ethnic bordersPDF

38 “These children, they will be angry.”  Language as determining educational instrument for immigrant childrenPDF

39 Rich on intercultural competence but poor in sharing - An analysis of an innovative project on cultural awareness in a public organisationPDF

40 Crisis communications on social media in cross-cultural setting: three levels of analysisPDF

41 The new refugee wave and need for language training, communication skills and inclusionPDF

42 Māori (Indigenous) and Asian Immigration: The Potential for Intercultural Conflict in Aotearoa/New Zealand?PDF 

43 Insights from New Zealand Doctors: Can patient portal improve intercultural communication in the delivery of healthcare?PDF

44 The Place of African Sub-Saharan Francophone Literature in SwedenPDF


Content updated 2016-01-08






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