Chinese International Students' Cross-cultural Adaptation and Online Communication
Date of Graduation
Master of Arts in Communication (MA)
Myria W. Allen
Lynne M. Webb
Second Committee Member
Communication and the arts; Adaptation; Chinese; Communication; Cross-cultural; Online
This study explored Chinese international students' computer mediated communication with both Americans and Chinese during their studying in the U.S. based on a Cross-Cultural Adaptation theory. The specific purpose of this study was to test five theorems of the theory with a sample of Chinese international students and to explore how Chinese international students' intercultural transformation, adaptive personality, host communication competence, and their interpersonal and mass communication with both host and ethnic groups associate together.
Wu, Chen Wei, "Chinese International Students' Cross-cultural Adaptation and Online Communication" (2012). Theses and Dissertations. 398.
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