Publications:
Freedom of Speech: Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Argentina, France, Japan, Nigeria, Qatar, South Korea, and the United States

This analysis explores issues concerning cross-cultural perspectives upon the topic of freedom of speech.

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Freedom of Speech in Collectivist Cultures: Cross-Cultural Analysis of Attitudes in Argentina, China, Japan, Nigeria, Qatar, and Turkey

Study explores a cross-cultural analysis of attitudes on the topic of freedom of speech in seven collectivist countries.

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Effects of Freedom of Speech Attitudes and Communication Styles on Physical Violence, Hate Speech, Marijuana Use and Alcohol Intoxication Among University Students

This study examines the effects of communication styles on antisocial behavior.

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Status and Situational Influences on the Emotional and Social Bases of Smiling: A Cross-Cultural Analysis Revisited

This study examines the topic of smiling between Chinese and United States university students in nine different situations. The findings should enhance intercultural communication understanding between these two countries.

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Gender Differences Concerning Status and Situational Influences on the Emotional and Social Bases of Smiling

This study explores gender diversity on smiling behaviors between males and females in the United States and China.

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Cross-Cultural Analysis of Conflict Styles and Strategies Involving United States and Chinese University Students: A Dialectic Approach

This cross-cultural analysis will attempt to focus on the important topic of communication conflict and the way people attempt to resolve it in China and the United States.

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