Oxford Encyclopedia of Intergroup Communication

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Intergroup Communication

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Intergroup Communication provides an in-depth coverage of research, theory, and application of intergroup communications. The encyclopedia provides a window into the communicative world of intergroup relations, that is integral to other social sciences – especially given how ‘intergroup umbrella” integrates and transcends many of the traditional conceptual boundaries in the field of Communication (i.e., media, health, intercultural, organizational, and so forth). The encyclopedia is available as a thematic print collection. All of the articles also appear online as part of the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication.

Editors-in-Chief

 Howie Giles, University of California, Santa Barbara

 Jake Harwood, University of Arizona

Editorial Board

 Stephen Croucher, University of Jyväskylä

 Don Ellis, University of Hartford

 Cindy Gallois, University of Queensland

 Monica Rubini, University of Bologna

 Gün Semin, Utrecht University

Topics

Approaches and Methods in Intergroup Communication

Geographical Regions

Institutional Contexts

Intergroup Communication Phenomena

Media

Social Groups and Contexts

Theories of Intergroup Communication