Dr. López-Rocha is a cultural anthropologist, researcher, teacher trainer, and language instructor. Her research is oriented towards intercultural communication, interactions, and issues of multiculturalism in the language classroom.

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Publications:
From Sterereotypes to Communication Styles: Cross-Cultural Issues in the ESL Classroom

This paper addresses the issues of cross-cultural conflict in the ESL classroom, involving stereotypes, cultural tendencies, attitudes and values, and differences in styles of communication.

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Men and Women in Conversation: Issues of Power and Linguistic Variation

This paper examines the linguistic variations and the role of power between men and women in conversation, within the context of the United States.

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Designing Intercultural Training for Business Negotiations: Trainer Competencies, Design, and Development

This paper explores the process of designing a training program for intercultural business encounters, involving the trainees, the trainers, and the training program design (model, content, objectives, implementation and evaluation).

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Diversity in the Workplace: Issues, Strategies, and Perspectives

This paper explores issues of diversity and assimilation, barriers to cultural diversity (stereotypes and prejudice), cross-cultural conflict (language, values and attitudes), and the creation of a diverse workforce.

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The Color of Culture: Post-racial and Post-ethnic Considerations in the United States

This paper addresses the post-racial and post-ethnic debate in the US focusing on the reexamination of race and ethnicity resulting from changes in the composition and emergent needs of society.

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Through other People's Eyes: Four Case Studies on Perceptions and Cross-Cultural Experience

This study is focused on the impressions and experience of four Egyptians temporarily living in the United States. Issues of cross-cultural adaptation and intercultural stress are also addressed.

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