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Chen, G. M. (2010). A study of intercultural communication competence. Hong Kong: China Review Academic Publishers.
Chen, G. M., & Zhang, K. (2010). New media and cultural identity in the global society. In R. Taiwo (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Discourse Behavior and Digital Communication: Language Structures and Social Interaction (pp. 801-815). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.
Chen, G. M. (2009). Intercultural communication competence. In S. Littlejohn & K. Foss (Eds.), Encyclopedia of communication theory (pp. 529-532). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Chen, G. M. (2009). Beyond the dichotomy of communication studies. Journal of Asian Communication, 19(4), 398-411.
Chen, G. M. (2006). Asian communication studies: What and where to now. The Review of Communication, 6(4), 295-311.
Chen, G. M., & Starosta, W. J. (2005). Foundations of Intercultural Communication. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.
Chen. G. M. (2005). A model of global communication competence. China Media Research, 1, 3-11.
Chen, G. M., & Starosta, W. J. (Eds.) (2004). Dialogue Among Diversity. Washington, DC.: National Communication Association.
Chen, G. M. (2002). The past, present, and future of Chinese communication study. China Media Reports, 2, 4-12.
Chen, G. M., & Ma, R. (Eds.) (2002). Chinese conflict management and resolution. Westport, CT: Ablex.
Chen, G. M. (2001). Toward transcultural understanding: A harmony theory of Chinese communication. In V. H. Milhouse, M. K. Asante, and P. O. Nwosu (Eds.), Transcultural realities: Interdisciplinary perspectives on cross-cultural relations (pp. 55-70). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Chen, G. M., & Starosta, W. J. (Eds.) (2000). Communication and global society. New York: Peter Lang.
Chen, G. M., & Starosta, W. J. (2000). The development and validation of the intercultural sensitivity scale. Human Communication, 3, 1-15.
Chen, G. M., & Starosta, W. J. (1996). Intercultural communication competence: A synthesis. Communication Yearbook 19, 353-383.
Chen, G. M. (1995). Differences in self-disclosure patterns among Americans versus Chinese: A comparative study. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 26, 84-91.
Chen, G. M., & Chung, J. (1994). The impact of Confucianism on organizational communication. Communication Quarterly, 42, 93-105.
Chen, G. M. (1993). Self-disclosure as a predictor of Asian students' abilities to cope with social difficulties. Journal of Psychology, 127, 603-610.
Chen, G. M. (1989). Relationships of the dimensions of intercultural communication competence. Communication Quarterly, 37, 118-133.
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Guo-Ming Chen joined the Department of Communication Studies at URI in 1986. He was the recipient of the 1987 outstanding dissertation award presented by the SCA International and Intercultural Communication Division. Chen is the founding president of the Association for Chinese Communication Studies. He served as Chair of the ECA Intercultural Communication Interest Group and at-large member of the SCA Legislative Council, and currently the Executive Director of the International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies. He is also the co-editor of Intercultural Communication Studies, China Media Research, and International and Intercultural Communication Annual, and serves on the editorial board of different professional journals.
His primary research interests are in intercultural/organizational communication, including the areas of global communication, intercultural communication competence, Chinese communication behaviors, and conflict management and negotiations. In addition to receiving various awards and honors, Chen has published over 150 papers and essays in Communication Yearbook, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, Journal of Asian Communication, Communication Quarterly, China Media Research, Human Communication, Communication Research Reports, Intercultural Communication Studies, The Howard Journal of Communications, Journal of Psychology, and other magazines and newspapers.
Chen (co)authored and (co)edited more than 30 books and journal special issues, including A Study of Intercultural Communication Competence, Foundation of Intercultural Communication Competence, Foundations of Intercultural Communication, Communication and Global Society, Dialogue among Diversities, Chinese Conflict Management and Resolution, A Concise English-Chinese Dictionary of Communication Studies, Introduction to Intercultural Communication, Theories and Principles of Chinese Communication, An Introduction to Media Literacy, Chinese Perspective of Conflict Management and Resolution, Asian Perspective of Culture and communication, and others.
Chen continues to be active in scholarship and in professional, university, and community services.
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