SIETAR Japan annually publishes our peer-reviewed (double-blind) academic journal, the “Journal of Intercultural Communication.”
Manuscripts must be received by September 15, 2018 (Saturday).
Please see the below for the latest application overview.
・Journal of Intercultural Communication Issue #22 Call for Papers
・Rules for Manuscript Submission
・Guidelines for Authors
・Template for Manuscripts
・Template for Abstracts
※Please click here to view the Call for Papers and Manuscript Guidelines for Japanese papers.
If you would like to purchase our DVD which contains the entire collection of articles from the Journal of Intercultural Communication from issues No. 1 to No. 17, it is available for the price of 12,000 yen (mailing cost not included).
Please send an email to SIETAR JAPAN Office at Kokusai Bunken at
and the office will provide you with payment instructions.
◆ Index of the past journals can be viewed by clicking the following links.
Journal of Intercultural Communication
2018 No.21 (Latest) *Written in English
[Keynote Speeches at 2017 Conference]
Realizing White and Male Privilege in Schooling and Society
Peggy McIntosh 1
White Racial Identity Theory: Why White People Do Not Talk About Race
(with Implications for Japanese)
Janet Helms 7
A New Framework of Workplace Acculturation:
The Need to Belong and Constructing Ontological Interpretive Spaces
Adam Komisarof 15
A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Argument Structures: Korea, Japan, and the United States
Shinobu Suzuki, Sang-chul Lee 39
Essentialism in the Concept of Culture: Gauging Belief
Nicholas Bradley 55
Cultural Construction of Self-Hood in Japan and Western-European Contexts and
Practical Implications for Intercultural Relationships
Chrystabel Butler 77
Perspective Transformation of Parent–Child Relationships in Zainichi Korean Families:
A Life Story From the Second Generation
Junko Saruhashi 93
Why do Japanese University Students Study Intercultural Communication?:
A Study Focusing on Learning Motivation Models
Noriko Nakagawa 111
The Process by Which University Students Find Meaning in Overseas Exchange
Experiences During High School: Towards Better Support for Study Abroad Returnees
Aya Iwamoto 129
Causal Attribution, Conflict Resolution Strategies, and Marital Satisfaction in
Conflict Among Japanese-Korean Married Couples
Eri Hirai 143
Reviewed by Kiyoko Sueda 155
Vanderheiden, E. and Mayer, C.-H. (Editors) (2017)
The Value of Shame: Exploring a Health Resource in Cultural Contexts
Reviewed by Kiyoko Sueda 159
Schnurr, S. and Zayts, O. (Editors) (2017)
Language and Culture at Work
Reviewed by Xiaochuan Zhao 165
Gkonou, C. Daubney, M., and Dewaele, J.-M. (Editors) (2017)
New Insights into Language Anxiety: Theory, Research and Educational Implications
Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters.
Reviewed by Kate Maher 167
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