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date: 11 April 2021

Queer Intercultural Communicationlocked

  • Gust A. Yep, Gust A. YepDepartment of Communication Studies, San Francisco State University
  • Ryan M. LescureRyan M. LescureDepartment of Communication Studies, San Francisco State University
  •  and Sage E. RussoSage E. RussoDepartment of Communication Studies, San Francisco State University


Queer intercultural communication is an emerging and vibrant area of the communication discipline. The examination of this developing area of inquiry, the preliminary mapping of the field of queer intercultural communication, and its potential guidelines for future research deserves our attention. To do so, there are three sections for examination. First is an integrative view of queer intercultural communication by identifying fundamental components of its major contexts – macro, meso, and micro – and a model for understanding this research. Second is the exploration and examination of these major contexts in terms of theoretical, methodological, and political issues and concerns. Lastly, potential guidelines for research in queer intercultural communication are needed.

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