Member Directory

Name Address Email Interests
Ali Dincer Erzincan University, ELT Department , 24100- Erzincan- TURKEY adincer@erzincan.edu.tr L2 motivation, Self-determination theory in ESL/EFL, Autonomy-support in language learning
Alina Schartner School of Education Communication and Language Sciences, Newcastle University, NE1 7RU,UK alina.schartner@ncl.ac.uk Cross-cultural transition, intercultural competence, student sojourners’ adjustment and adaptation
Amidu A. Jimoh  World Islamic Univeristy amiduj@yahoo.com Morphology, Syntax, Stylistic, Semitic etc
Anastassia Zabrodskaja Tallinn University, Institute of Estonian Language and Culture, Narva mnt 25,10120 Tallinn, Estonia anastassia.zabrodskaja@gmail.com language contacts, ethnolinguistic vitality, linguistic landscapes, Russian and Russians in the Baltic states
Angus McLachlan Psychology, School of Health Sciences, University of Ballarat, VIC 3353, Australia a.mclachlan@ballarat.edu.au Humour & Laughter in everyday conversation; More broadly, marking solidarity and rank
Bernadette Watson School of Psychology, The Unversity of Queensland, St Lucia, Brisbane, Qld, 4072 Australia bernadette@uq.edu.au Intergroup communication in health and Organisational communication and change. Social identity and communication
Cindy Gallois Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, The University of Queensland, St Lucia 4072, Australia c.gallois@uq.edu.au Intergroup communication in health, organizational, and intercultural contexts.
DonRubin Center for Health & Risk Communication  University of Georgia  Athens, GA 30602-7394 USA drubin@uga.edu language & attitude, health literacy, cross-cultural discourse, patient-provider discourse
Emiko Kashima School of Psychological Science, La Trobe University, 3086 Vic. Australia e.kashima@latrobe.edu.au Culture and language, Culture learning, Pronoun use, Australian slang
George Ray School of Communication,Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH 44115, USA g.ray@csuohio.edu  Language attitudes, Interracial communication, Speech stereotypes
Hiroshi Ota Dept of Global Culture and Communication, Aichi Shukutoku University, 23 Sakuragaoka Chikusa-ku Nagoya City, 464-8671 giants@asu.aasa.ac.jp Social identity processes and use of social strategies, Intergenerational Communication, Tourism and communication, Second language learning, intercultural communication
Howard Giles Communication, UCSB, Santa Barbara, CA, USA HowieGiles@cox.net Language attitudes, ethnolinguistic issues, intergenerational, culture, and aging, pol;ice-community communication, sports, culture and communication
Hye Eun “Kate” Lee Department of Communicology, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2560 Campus Road, George Hall 330 Honolulu, HI 96822 USA helee@hawaii.edu Cross-cultural differences in speech acts, employees’ perceptions and behaviors, communication network approaches to organizational attitudes and behaviors
Ignacio Gregorio Sales Universidad de Alcalá, Filología Moderna, Colegio Menor San José de Caracciolos, C/ Trinidad, 3, Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, España ignacio.gregorio@edu.uah.es bilingual/multilingual education, FL vocabulary learning, ICT in Education
Jake Harwood Department of Communication, 1103 E. University Blvd., University of Arizona, P O Box 210025, Tucson, AZ 85721-0025   jharwood@u.arizona.edu Intergroup communication, Communication and aging, Social identity and communication
Jenny Cole Psychology, Sport and Exercise, Staffordshire University, The Science Centre, Leek Road, Stoke-on-trent, ST4 2DF j.m.cole@staffs.ac.uk Gossip, communication and impression formation, self presentation, perceptions and use of feedback
Jie Yang  Department of Neurology, University of California, Irvine  jiey7@uci.edu  neurobiology of language comprehension, embodied semantics, figurative language processing
John  Edwards Dept of Psychology, St Francis Xavier  University, P O Box 5000, Antigonish, NS Canada B2G 2W5 jedwards@stfx.ca Multilingual and multicultral development
Jon Nussbaum Dept. Of Communication Arts & Sciences, Penn State University, University Park, PA, USA  16801 Jfn5@psu.edu Life span Communication, Interpersona communication, Health communication, Communication and Aging
Karen Tracy Communication Department, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO 80309 Karen.Tracy@colorado.edu Discourse analysis, face and identity, institutional interaction, meeting talk, Discourse of governance, law, & policing.
Karyn Stapleton School of Communication, University of Ulster, Newtownabbey, Co. Antgrim BT37 0QB, Norther Ireland, UK k.stapleton@ulster.ac.uk Language and social interaction, Discursive psychology, Discourse and identity, Pragmatics
Kelly McKay-Semmler 414 E. Clark St., Beacom Hall 213, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD 57069 kelly.mckay-semmler@usd.edu Cross-cultural adaptation; intercultural identity; host community attitudes toward immigrants/immigration
Lisa Sparks lisasparks98@gmail.com Health communication
Liz Jones School of Applied Psychology, Griffith University, Brisbane, Qld 4111 l.jones@griffith.edu.au Intergroup communication particularly in organisational and health settings
Luz Alma Rodriguez Tsuda Flat 1, 55 Highfield Crescent, Southampton, Hampshire,  S017 1SG, England almatsuda@yahoo.co.uk Second language learning (adults) using social approaches, Ethnography, Gender and  feminist theory, Social class
Maggie Pitts   Department of Communication, University of Arizona, 1103 E Universit Blvd, P O Box 210025 Tucson, AZ 85721-0025 mjpitts@email.arizona.edu Language and Interpersonal communication, Language and Intercultural communication
Martin Ehala University of Tartu, Ülikooli 18, 50090, Tartu, Estonia ehalam@gmail.com ethnolinguistic vitality, intergroup communication
Mei-Chen Lin School of Communication Studies, Kent State University, Kent, OH 44242 mlin@kent.edu Communication and aging, Elder abuse, Social identity and inergroup communication
Mei-Yuit Chan Faculty of Modern Languages and Communication, Universiti Putra Malaysia, 43400 UPM Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia. cmy@fbmk.upm.edu.my or cmy@putra.upm.edu.my Discourse in institutional and professional practices, language in health care
Michael L. Hecht Department of Communication Arts and Sciences, 501 Keller, Penn State University, University Park, PA, USA 16802 mhecht@psu.edu narrative health message design, identity and communication, prevention research
Nanna Haug Hilton University of Groningen, Groningen  n.h.hilton@rug.nl Sociolinguistic variation and change, minority languages, Frisian, Scandinavian languages
Nicholas A. Palomares One Shields Ave. Department of Communication,  Universiy of California, Davis, CA 95616 napalomares@ucdavis.edu Language and gender, Conversation goals, Goal detection
Pamela Kalbfleisch Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, Concordia University Chicago, 7400 Augusta Street, River Forest, IL 60305-1499  Pamela.Kalbfleisch@CUChicago.edu or  Pamela.Kalbfleisch@gmail.com Deceptive Communication, Health and Langauge, Communication in Mentoring, Ralationships, Leadership, Culture
Patricia E. O’Connor English Dept., Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA oconnorp@georgetown.edu narrative, life stories, prisons & prisoners, narrative criminology, addiction, narrative medicine, migration narratives
Peter Bull Department of Psychology, Univesity of York, Heslington, York YO10 5DD, UK. peter.bull@york.ac.uk Political discourse; nonverbal communication; applied social psychology in clinical and medical settings
Peter MacIntyre Cape Breton University, 1250 Grand Lake Road, Sydney, NS, Canada, B1P 6L2 Peter_macintyre@cbu.ca Willingness to communicate,  communication competence, language anxiety, motivation, public speaking, dynamic systems.
R. Kelly Aune Department of Communicology, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 326 George Hall, 2560 Campus Road, Honolulu, HI 96822 kaune@hawaii.edu Message processing, Natural language processing
Richard Y. Bourhis Department of Psychology, Universite du Quebec a Montreal (UQAM) bourhis.richard@uqam.ca Ethnolinguistic vitality and intergroup relations, Linguistic landscape, Language planning
Ruth Kircher  Liverpool Hope University  kircher@hope.ac.uk language attitudes, social identities, language policy and planning
Xuan Wang Dante 209, Department of Culture Studies, School of Humanities, Tilburg University, PO Box 90153, 500 LE Tilburg, The Netherlands x.wang@uvt.nl Issues of language and identity shaped by processes of globalization with a particular focus on China and the issue of periphery. The production of authenticity emerging from the margins of China, in the domains of social media, consumerist branding and heritage tourism.
Young Yun Kim University of Oklahoma, Department of Communication, 610 Elm Avenue, Norman, OK 73019-2081, USA youngkim@ou.edu Intercultural Communication; Interethnic Communication; Cross-Cultural Adaptation
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