Several books currently available for review at the Journal of Language and Social Psychology have potential overlap with the areas of specialization related to intercultural dialogue:
*Ellis: Fierce entanglements: Communication and ethnopolitical conflict.
*McLeod and Shah: News frames and national security. Cambridge.
*Jefferson: Talking about troubles in conversation. Oxford.
*Holtgraves (Ed.): The Oxford handbook of language and social psychology.
*Bell: The guidebook to sociolinguistics. Wiley-Blackwell.
If you are interested in reviewing one of them, please contact Jake Harwood, book review editor, who says:
“Any additional information you can provide on your interest/qualifications for reviewing would help me to assign the books most appropriately. Please don’t request to review unless you can make a firm commitment to actually write the review…! Reviews range
from approximately 1000-3000 words, and reviews need to be completed
within 3 months. I can supply a copy of the book.”