Constructing Co-Cultural Theory: An Explication of Culture, Power, and Communication


Mark P. Orbe

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    About the Author

    MARK P. ORBE received his Ph.D. in Interpersonal/Intercultural Communication from Ohio University in 1993. A faculty member in the Department of Communication at Western Michigan University, Orbe teaches and conducts research in the areas of interpersonal and intercultural communication, with a specific focus on cultural diversity in the United States. In the past 6 years, he has published more than 15 articles in communication-related journals and in edited books and presented close to 50 conference papers at regional, national, and international academic conventions. Constructing Co-cultural Theory is his first book-length manuscript.

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