Dr. Street has authored/co-authored six books. She has conducted ethnographic research in many countries for more than 30 years. Her areas of interest include intercultural studies, communication theory and globalization.

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Publications:
Reconceptualizing the United Nations: Social Change in the Age of Globalization

This essay focuses on the influence of American foreign policy on UN deliberations in world affairs, using Kenneth Burke’s dramatistic theory and pentadic analysis.

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The Analysis of Senator Barack Obama’s Speech on Race by Kenneth Burke’s Idea of Dramatism

This paper uses Kenneth Burke’s dramatism, in particular, the pentad and the purgative-redemptive drama to analyze Barack Obama’s speech on race.

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Socialist Cuba in Transition: Finding a Foothold in Globalization’s Economic Chaos

Utilizing participant observation, interviews and research, the author explores Cuba’s revolutionary transition from colonized island to respected socialist nation to world player. Cuba excels in two dimensions: education and medicine.

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The Web of Confucius: Evolution and Revolution in Chinese Higher Education

Extrapolating, adapting, and charting Confucian ideals through several historic eras, the authors use a systems theory-based web model to demonstrate cultural influences on Chinese higher education.

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The Passamaquoddy Indians: Casinos, Controversy, and Creative Apparel

This paper highlights Maine’s Passamaquoddy Indians—despite “racino” failures—still successful entrepreneurs in diversified joint ventures, including chemical protective military apparel. But at what cost to their cultural survival?

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Published online: August 22, 2014

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