Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz is Professor and Chair of Communication Department at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. She is known for her work in language and social interaction, the ethnography of communication, childhood socialization, intercultural communication and its history, semiotics, and communication theory. Her publications include Communication in Everyday Life, Semiotics and Communication, and Social Approaches to the Study of Communication. She wrote the often cited article “Notes on the History of Intercultural Communication: The Foreign Service Institute and the Mandate for Intercultural Training” in the Quarterly Journal of Speech, 1990, volume 76, p. 262-281.
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