Chapter1 Reading outline

Chapter1 Reading outline - B Relativism IX Ethics in...

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Chapter 1. Reading outline I. Intercultural communication: Interaction in a multicultural world II. The global community III. Growing domestic diversity IV. U.S. Immigration V. Technology VI. Defining the concepts A. Intercultural Communication B. The dominant culture C. Co-cultures D. Society VII. Venturing into a new culture A. Reactions to culture shock B. The phases of culture shock 1. Exhilaration 2. Disenchantment 3. Adjustment 4. Effective functioning C. Beyond culture shock 1. Learn about the language of the host culture 2. Guard against ethnocentrism 3. Learn about the host culture 4. Work to maintain your culture
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VIII. Ethical considerations A. Fundamentalism
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Unformatted text preview: B. Relativism IX. Ethics in Intercultural Communication A. Be mindful that communication produces a response B. Show respect for others C. Search for commonalities among people and cultures D. Respect cultural differences E. Accept responsibility for your behavior X. Studying intercultural communication A. Individual uniqueness B. Generalizing 1. Cultural generalizations are approximations, not absolutes 2. Generalizations should focus on primary values and behaviors 3. Should be supported by a variety of sources 4. Conclusions and statements should be qualified C. Objectivity...
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