Survey: New Media in Intercultural Communication Courses

Use of New Media in Intercultural Communication Courses – Call for Survey Participants

Sachiyo Shearman and Mariko Eguchi are conducting an online survey about the use of new media in intercultural communication courses among those who teach Intercultural Communication, Cross-cultural Communication, or the courses with another title which deals with Culture and Communication.  If you currently teach intercultural communication courses or if you have taught intercultural  communication courses in the past, please consider participating in this survey.

This survey takes no more than 10 minutes to complete.  The first page provides the informed consent form of the study with more details.

If you are interested in getting the summary of this survey, please contact Sachiyo Shearman via email.

Feel free to share this link with instructors who teach intercultural communication, or other related courses.

Sachiyo M. Shearman Profile

ProfilesSachiyo M. Shearman (Ph. D., Michigan State University) is an associate professor in the School of Communication at East Carolina University.

Sachiyo M. Shearman

She teaches courses such as Cross-Cultural Communication, Conflict and Communication, and Research Methods both at the undergraduate and the graduate level.  Her research interests include cross-cultural comparative studies in communication styles and preferences, individual differences (such as dogmatism) and cognitive information processing in conflict resolution and intercultural communication in various contexts such as work and family.  Her research has been published in journals such as Communication Quarterly, Communication Research Reports, Human Communication Research, Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, Journal of Family Communication, The International Journal of Human Resources Management, and Asian Journal of Social Psychology.