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+ Chapter 6 Adapting to Others: Diversity and Communication PLEASE SILENCE CELL PHONES
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+ Chapter Preview What are the 4 Forms of Diversity? What is Culture? What is Intercultural Communication? How Does Culture Influence Communication? What are Cultural Values? What are the Stages of Intercultural Competence? How do I practice other oriented communication?
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+ Quote of the Day! Communication works for those who work at it. ~ John Powell Composer
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+ Communication Principles
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+ What is Diversity?
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+ Four Forms of Human Diversity Sexual Orientation Ethnicity Age Sex & Gender: Masculine Feminine Androgynous What is not included?: Ability
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+ What is your positionality? How does your positionality influence your communication with others?
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+ Privilege Grants a set of benefits and system rewards to one group while simultaneously excluding others Think about it…. When I cut my finger and go to the student health center, the flesh-colored Band-Aid generally matches my skin tone. When I stay in a hotel, the complimentary shampoo generally works with the texture of my hair. When I run to the store to buy pantyhose at the last minute, the ‘nude’ color generally appears nude on my legs. When I buy hair care products in a grocery store or drug store, my shampoos and conditioners are in the aisle and section labeled ‘hair care’ and not in a separate section for ‘ethnic products.’ I can purchase travel size bottles of my hair care products at most grocery or drug stores. I can buy the type of food I am used to eating when I grew up without walking down the ‘ethnic food’ aisle. I can easily find the food I grew up with as a kid in grocery stores and restaurants. I can easily find a place of worship nearby and am not afraid of people knowing my religion.
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