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The Resource Communicating Christ cross-culturally : an introduction to missionary communication, David J. Hesselgrave

Communicating Christ cross-culturally : an introduction to missionary communication, David J. Hesselgrave

Label
Communicating Christ cross-culturally : an introduction to missionary communication
Title
Communicating Christ cross-culturally
Title remainder
an introduction to missionary communication
Statement of responsibility
David J. Hesselgrave
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Hesselgrave, David J
Dewey number
261
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
BV4319
LC item number
.H47 1991
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Communication
  • Communication
  • Missions
  • Evangelistic work
Label
Communicating Christ cross-culturally : an introduction to missionary communication, David J. Hesselgrave
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 639-656) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Pt I. Communication and mission. Communication, the missionary problem par excellence -- Man, the communicating creature -- The legacy of rhetoric to Christian communication -- Perspectives from the science of communication -- The problem of meaning -- Why do missionaries communicate? -- Pt. II. Communication and culture. The role of culture in communication -- Christ and his communicators confront culture -- Contextualization-its theological roots -- Cross-cultural communication-classic categories and paradigms -- Croos-cultural communication-contemporary categories and paradigms -- Respondents of other cultures -- Pt III. Worldviews-ways of perceiving the world. Worldviews and cross-cultural communication -- Communicating Christ into the naturalist worldview -- Communicating Christ into the tribal worldview -- Communicating Christ into the Hindu-Buddhist worldview -- Communication Christ into a Chinese worldview -- Communicating Christ into other monotheistic worldviews -- Communicating Christ into the worldviews of syncretism and multireligion -- Pt. IV. Cognitive processes-ways of thinking. The importance of how we know what we know -- Cultural differences and the cognitive process -- Conceptual thinking and the Western missionary -- Communicating Christ in cultural areas where intuitional thinking predominates -- Communicating Christ in cultural areas where concrete relational thinking predominates -- Pt. V. Linguistic forms-ways of expressing ideas. The importance of language -- Why bother to learn the language? -- Learning about language learning -- What can we learn from language? -- Pt. VI. Behavioral patterns-ways of acting. From Plato to Aristotle to Edward T. Hall -- The missionary and behavioral norms -- Seven aspects of the "behavioral dimension" -- Where the action is -- Pt. VII. Social structures-ways of interacting. Communication and societal orientations -- Status and role -- Kinship: kindred and lineage -- Nonkinship groupings -- Urban and rural societies -- Free and totalitarian societies -- Pt. VIII. Media influence-ways of channeling the message. Media have their own "messages" -- Using simple media -- Using syndetic media -- Pt. IX. Motivational resources-ways of deciding. From persuasion to elenctics --Psychology, ethnopsychology, and mission -- Motivation, decision making, and conversion -- Receptivity and missionary response
Control code
sky209872207
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
Second edition.
Extent
672 pages
Isbn
9780310368113
Lccn
90047323
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
Communicating Christ cross-culturally : an introduction to missionary communication, David J. Hesselgrave
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 639-656) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Pt I. Communication and mission. Communication, the missionary problem par excellence -- Man, the communicating creature -- The legacy of rhetoric to Christian communication -- Perspectives from the science of communication -- The problem of meaning -- Why do missionaries communicate? -- Pt. II. Communication and culture. The role of culture in communication -- Christ and his communicators confront culture -- Contextualization-its theological roots -- Cross-cultural communication-classic categories and paradigms -- Croos-cultural communication-contemporary categories and paradigms -- Respondents of other cultures -- Pt III. Worldviews-ways of perceiving the world. Worldviews and cross-cultural communication -- Communicating Christ into the naturalist worldview -- Communicating Christ into the tribal worldview -- Communicating Christ into the Hindu-Buddhist worldview -- Communication Christ into a Chinese worldview -- Communicating Christ into other monotheistic worldviews -- Communicating Christ into the worldviews of syncretism and multireligion -- Pt. IV. Cognitive processes-ways of thinking. The importance of how we know what we know -- Cultural differences and the cognitive process -- Conceptual thinking and the Western missionary -- Communicating Christ in cultural areas where intuitional thinking predominates -- Communicating Christ in cultural areas where concrete relational thinking predominates -- Pt. V. Linguistic forms-ways of expressing ideas. The importance of language -- Why bother to learn the language? -- Learning about language learning -- What can we learn from language? -- Pt. VI. Behavioral patterns-ways of acting. From Plato to Aristotle to Edward T. Hall -- The missionary and behavioral norms -- Seven aspects of the "behavioral dimension" -- Where the action is -- Pt. VII. Social structures-ways of interacting. Communication and societal orientations -- Status and role -- Kinship: kindred and lineage -- Nonkinship groupings -- Urban and rural societies -- Free and totalitarian societies -- Pt. VIII. Media influence-ways of channeling the message. Media have their own "messages" -- Using simple media -- Using syndetic media -- Pt. IX. Motivational resources-ways of deciding. From persuasion to elenctics --Psychology, ethnopsychology, and mission -- Motivation, decision making, and conversion -- Receptivity and missionary response
Control code
sky209872207
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
Second edition.
Extent
672 pages
Isbn
9780310368113
Lccn
90047323
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
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