Jing Yin Profile

ProfilesJing Yin (Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University, USA) is Professor and Chair of the Department of Communication at the University of Hawai’i at Hilo and Fellow at the Molefi Kete Asante Institute for Afrocentric Studies.

Jing Yin

Her research interests include Chinese media and globalization, media discourse and representation, and non-Western feminist discourse. She won a Top Paper Award from the International and Intercultural Communication Division of the National Communication Association. She co-edited two editions of The Global Intercultural Communication Reader (Routledge, 2008 and 2014) and guest-edited a special section of China Media Research on “Cultural Traditions and Ethical Concerns in the Age of Global Communication” (Vol. 9, No. 2, 2013). She has published in such journals as China Media Research, Critical Discourse Studies, Discourse Processes, Howard Journal of Communications, JavnostThe Public: Journal of the European Institute for Communication and Culture, Journal of Multicultural Discourses, Journal of the Association of University Technology Managers, Review of Communication, and Technovation. Her works also appeared in several scholarly books including Chinese Communication Studies: Contexts and Comparisons, Encyclopedia of Communication Theory, Encyclopedia of Political Communication, Intercultural Communication: A Reader, and Systems and Policies for the Globalized Learning Economy. She served as a member of the editorial board of Human Communication: A Journal of the Pacific and Asian Communication Association and reviewed manuscripts for Asian Journal of Communication, Critical Studies in Media Communication, Intercultural Communication Studies, and Journal of Multicultural Discourses.

Selected Publications:

Miike, Y., & Yin, J. (2015). Asiacentricity and shapes of the future: Envisioning the field of intercultural communication in the globalization era. In L. A. Samovar, R. E. Porter, E. R. McDaniel, & C. S. Roy (Eds.), Intercultural communication: A reader (14th ed., pp. 449-465). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.

Yin, J. (Ed.). (2013). Cultural traditions and ethical concerns in the age of global communication [Special section]. China Media Research, 9(2), 64-110.

Yin, J. (2011). Popular culture and public imaginary: Disney vs. Chinese stories of Mulan. Javnost-The Public: Journal of the European Institute for Communication and Culture, 18(1), 53-74.

Yin, J. (2009). Negotiating the center: Towards an Asiacentric feminist communication theory. Journal of Multicultural Discourses, 4(1), 75-88.

Yin, J., & Miike, Y. (2008). A textual analysis of fortune cookie sayings: How Chinese are they? Howard Journal of Communications, 19(1), 18-43.

Yin, J. (2007). The clash of rights: A critical analysis of news discourse on human rights in the United States and China. Critical Discourse Studies, 4(1), 75-94.

Yin, J. (2006). Toward a Confucian feminism: A critique of Eurocentric feminist discourse. China Media Research, 2(3), 9-18.

Yin, J. (2006). China’s second Long March: A review of Chinese media discourse on globalization. Review of Communication, 6(1/2), 32-51.

Yin, J. (2005). Constructing the Other: A critical reading of The Joy Luck Club. Howard Journal of Communications, 16(3), 149-175.

Yin, J. (2002). Telling the truth? A cultural comparison of “facilitating discussion” in American talk. Discourse Processes, 33(3), 235-256.

Yoshitaka Miike Profile

ProfilesYoshitaka Miike is Professor of Intercultural Communication at the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo, where he has been on the faculty since 2004 and chaired the Department of Communication from 2013 to 2015.

Yoshitaka Miike

He teaches courses in the areas of Asian communication, intercultural communication, and communication ethics. He is Senior Fellow at the Molefi Kete Asante Institute for Afrocentric Studies and Past Chair of the International and Intercultural Communication Division (IICD) of the National Communication Association (NCA). He was a member of the NCA Legislative Assembly from 2012 to 2014. He received an NCA IICD 2004 Distinguished Scholarship Award for the 2003 Outstanding Article of the Year. He holds one of the first M.A.s in Communication Studies from Dokkyo University (Japan) and earned, with distinction, his Ph.D. in Intercultural Communication from the University of New Mexico (USA).

Dr. Miike is best known for his metatheory of Asiacentricity as an alternative paradigm for the study of Asian cultures and communication. He co-edited The Global Intercultural Communication Reader (2nd Edition, Routledge, 2014) and guest-edited four journal special issues/section on Asian communication theory. His numerous essays appeared in such outlets as Communication Monographs, Encyclopedia of Identity, Handbook of Communication Science, Handbook of Critical Intercultural Communication, Howard Journal of Communications, Intercultural Communication: A Reader, International and Intercultural Communication Annual, International Encyclopedia of Communication Theory and Philosophy, Keio Communication Review, and Review of Communication. His recent research focuses on the history of the field of Asian communication theory, non-Western traditions of communication ethics, and aspects of Japanese culture and communication.

Dr. Miike currently serves on the editorial boards of the Asian Journal of Communication, China Media Research, Intercultural Communication Studies, International Encyclopedia of Intercultural Communication, Journal of Black Studies, Journal of Content, Community and Communication, Journal of International and Intercultural Communication, and Universal Write. He has reviewed manuscripts for many national and international journals including Communication Yearbook, International Communication Gazette, Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, Journal of International Communication, and Language and Intercultural Communication. He was Review Article Editor of the Journal of Multicultural Discourses for 2011-2016 and the 3rd Vice President of the Pacific and Asian Communication Association for 2006-2008.

Selected Publications:

Miike, Y. (2019). Intercultural communication ethics: An Asiacentric perspective. Journal of International Communication25(2), 159-192.

Miike, Y. (2019). The Asiacentric idea in communication: Understanding the significance of a paradigm. Seinan Studies in English Language and Literature, 60(1), 49-73.

Miike, Y. (2018). Asiacentricity. In Y. Y. Kim (Ed.), The international encyclopedia of intercultural communication (Vol. 1, pp. 39-46). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

Miike, Y. (2017). Between conflict and harmony in the human family: Asiacentricity and its ethical imperative for intercultural communication. In X. Dai & G.-M. Chen (Eds.), Conflict management and intercultural communication: The art of intercultural harmony (pp. 38-65). London, UK: Routledge.

Miike, Y. (2017). Non-Western theories of communication: Indigenous ideas and insights. In L. Chen (Ed.), Handbooks of communication science: Vol. 9. Intercultural communication (pp. 67-97). Berlin, Germany: De Gruyter Mouton.

Miike, Y. (2016). Asiacentricity. In K. B. Jensen & R. T. Craig (Eds.), The international encyclopedia of communication theory and philosophy (pp. 126-130). West Sussex, UK: John Wiley & Sons.

Miike, Y. (2016). Asian communication studies at the crossroads: A view to the future from an Asiacentric framework. Journal of Content, Community and Communication, 3, 1-6.

Miike, Y. (2016). Theoretical perspectives on culture and communication: An Asiacentric bibliography. China Media Research, 12(4), 93-104.

Miike, Y. (2015). “Harmony without uniformity”: An Asiacentric worldview and its communicative implications. In L. A. Samovar, R. E. Porter, E. R. McDaniel, & C. S. Roy (Eds.), Intercultural communication: A reader (14th ed., pp. 27-41). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.

Miike, Y., & Yin, J. (2015). Asiacentricity and shapes of the future: Envisioning the field of intercultural communication in the globalization era. In L. A. Samovar, R. E. Porter, E. R. McDaniel, & C. S. Roy (Eds.), Intercultural communication: A reader (14th ed., pp. 449-465). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.

Miike, Y. (2014). The Asiacentric turn in Asian communication studies: Shifting paradigms and changing perspectives. In M. K. Asante, Y. Miike, & J. Yin (Eds.), The global intercultural communication reader (2nd ed., pp. 111-133). New York, NY: Routledge.

Miike, Y. (2014). Intercultural communication as a field of study: A selected bibliography of theory and research. In M. K. Asante, Y. Miike, & J. Yin (Eds.), The global intercultural communication reader (2nd ed., pp. 515-556). New York, NY: Routledge.

Asante, M. K., & Miike, Y. (2013). Paradigmatic issues in intercultural communication studies: An Afrocentric-Asiacentric dialogue. China Media Research, 9(3), 1-19.


Work for CID:

Yoshitaka Miike wrote the guest post, On Inheriting the Fields of International and Intercultural Communication: A Personal Reflection. He also wrote wrote KC24: Asiacentricity. He translated KC24: Asiacentricity and KC23: Afrocentricity into Japanese, and has reviewed translations into Japanese.