INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION PDF
Define and explain the importance of intercultural communication. • Describe the role intercultural communication plays in communicating effectively. PDF | On Jan 1, , Ayman M Hamdan- Mansour and others published intercultural communication. PDF | 3 hours read | This lecture deals with the following 6 topics: 1) Presentation of the notion 3) The scope of intercultural (or “cross-cultural”) communication.
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NATO Regional Cooperation Course (NCC) “Intercultural Communication” PETER STOCKINGER, PU Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales. intercultural communication, a conversation might be interrupted by a “storm” or Intercultural communication is the sending and receiving of messages across. Intercultural communication or communication between people of different cultural factors thatare important in intercultural communication within a general.
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Search Site only in current section. Advanced Search…. Theme 1: In this section we will discuss intercultural communication as an academic discipline: Prior to publishing the book, Hall was a staff member at the Foreign Service Institute, USA , where he, together with his colleagues, worked out what can be called the first original paradigm for Intercultural Communication: Main elements of Hall's paradigm for Intercultural Communication Hart were: Attachments kuva.
Navigation Introduction to Intercultural Communication. Stage 2: Defense.
The individual starts to recognize cultural differences and is intimidated by them, resulting in either a superior view on own culture or an unjustified high regard for the new one.
Their ways are better than my own; I wish I were one of them. Stage 3: Minimization.
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Although individuals see cultural differences, they bank more on the universality of ideas rather than on cultural differences. Stage 4: Acceptance.
The individual begins to appreciate important cultural differences in behaviors and eventually in values. Stage 5: Adaptation. The individual is very open to world views when accepting new perspectives. Stage 6: Integration.
Individuals start to go beyond their own cultures and see themselves and their actions based on multifarious cultural viewpoints.Attention is mostly on face to face communication and networked communication facilitated by digital technologies, much less on technically reproduced mass communication.
For some scholars, intercultural communication pertains to communication among people from different nationalities Gudykunst, From the Foreign Service Institute, Intercultural Communication teaching and training spread to the universities and other organizations. The International Encyclopedia of Intercultural Communication.
Contributions cover both cross cultural communication implicit or explicit comparative works on communication practices across cultures and intercultural communication works on communication involving parties of diverse cultural backgrounds. Stage 5: Adaptation. Avoid stereotypes, i.
Therefore we would like to draw your attention to our House Rules. The book is sometimes called "the field's founding document" Hart A general introduction.