Ethnic Chinese Students’ Communication with Cultural Others in a New Zealand University

@article{Holmes2005EthnicCS,
  title={Ethnic Chinese Students’ Communication with Cultural Others in a New Zealand University},
  author={Prue Holmes},
  journal={Communication Education},
  year={2005},
  volume={54},
  pages={289 - 311}
}
  • P. Holmes
  • Published 1 October 2005
  • Education
  • Communication Education
This interpretive study explores the intercultural communication experiences of ethnic Chinese students in a New Zealand university classroom context. In aspiring to collaborative relationships with their New Zealand peers and in seeking help from teaching staff, ethnic Chinese students often experienced difficulties in intercultural communication. In moving from dialectic to dialogic styles of learning, they had to acquire communication strategies that enabled them to question, challenge… 

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