Ph.D Technical Communication and Rhetoric - Texas Tech University
Intercultural rhetoric, intercultural competence in busines
Contextual factors' influence on culture and communication
This faculty member is interested in working with students on research.
Zhu, P., Wang, J. (2011). Cultural values carried in international business homepages that fail to accommodate the needs of cross-cultural audiences. Journal for Global Business Education, 11, 45-60.
Wang, J., Zhu, P. (2011). Linking contextual factors with rhetorical pattern shift: Direct and indirect strategies recommended in English business communication textbooks in China. Journal of Technical Writing and Communication, 41(1), 83-107.
Wang, J. (2010). Directness and indirectness in Chinese and American business letters: Moving toward convergence? Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 24(1), pp. 91-120.
Wang, J. (2008). Toward a critical perspective of culture: Contrast or compare rhetorics? Journal of Technical Writing and Communication, 38(2), 133-148.
Wang, J., Baake, K. (2006). Offshoring and serving the needs of Indian technical communicators with online technical communication programs: A feasibility study. Technical Communication, 53(4), 427-438. http://www.stc.com