Editorial Advisory Board.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: The Changing Nature of Relationships: Who Is Interacting and How Do They Interact?.
2: Culture–Laden Social Engagement: A Comparative Study of Social Relationships in Social Networking Sites Among American, Chinese and Korean Users.
3: e–Matchmaker, e–Matchmaker, Make Me a Match: Indian Matrimonial Services in the Internet Age.
4: Playing “Nice”: What Online Gaming Can Teach Us about Multiculturalism.
5: Social Information Processing Theory (SIPT): A Cultural Perspective for International Online Communication Environments.
6: Filtering Online Content in China.
7: Culture, Online Technology, and Computer–Mediated Technical Documentation: Contributions from the Field of Intercultural Communication.
8: Communicating in the Age of Web 2.0: Social Networking Use Among Academics in Turkey.
9: Knowing Through Asynchronous Time and Space: A Phenomenological Study of Cultural Differences in Online Interaction.
10: Cultural Differences in Social Media Usage and Beliefs and Attitudes Towards Advertising on Social Media: Findings from Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
11: The Emerging Trends in Representation: Who May Participate and How Do Individuals Present Themselves?.
12: Discursive Manipulation Strategies in Virtual Scams in Global Contexts.
13: Government Monitoring of Online Media and Its Influence on Netizens' Language Use in China.
14: Irish Identification as Exigence: A Self–Service Case Study for Producing User Documentation in Online Contexts.
15: Studying Online Communication Features on International and Cross–Cultural Web Pages Using Websphere Analysis Methodology.
16: Minimizing Cultural Differences Using Ontology–Based Information Retrieval System.
17: Information Sharing Across Languages.
18: Linguistic Minorities on the Internet.
19: The Emerging Hispanic Use of Online Health Information in the United States: Cultural Convergence or Dissociation?.
20: Language as Social Practice on the Chinese Internet.
21: The New Context for Education: Who Are the Students and How Are They Taught?.
22: Cultural Considerations of Online Pedagogy.
23: Communicating Pragmatics About Content and Culture in Virtually Mediated Educational Environments.
24: Using the Cultural Challenges of Virtual Team Projects to Prepare Students for Global Citizenship.
25: Studying Locally, Interacting Globally: Demographic Change and International Students in Australian Higher Education.
26: Computer–Mediated Cross–Cultural Communication: Creating Cultural Exchange through Articulated Studies.
27: New Era, New Media, and New Strategies for Cross–Cultural Collaborative Learning.
28: Maximizing Multicultural Online Learning Experiences with the Social Presence Model, Course Examples, and Specific Strategies.
29: Language Abilities and Culture Clashes in Cyberspace: Potential Problems for ESL/EFL Students in Hybrid Mainstream Classes.
30: International Collaboration and Design Innovation in Virtual Worlds: Lessons from Second Life.
31: Immigration Reform: Re[forming] Theories and Cyber–Designs.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.