11th Lecture, October 24, 2019, Intercultural Communication-병합됨.pdf

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Intercultural Communication11THLECTURE, OCTOBER 24, 2019
Term Paper: Movie Review TERM PAPER: DUE BY NOVEMBER 28, 2019Based on your choice, you are tasked with writing an at least a 2000-word long movie review to discuss and analyze how one of the movies offered by this course is related to intercultural communication. Given a selection of important topics discussed in class, you will be asked to provide an analysis of how a topic is covered and expounded in the movie you have chosen. Also demonstrate critical thinking skills based on concepts acquired in class in order to voice your thoughts and opinions on the topic chosen.
Term Paper: Movie Review
Strategies to Overcoming Outright StereotypingTaking a previously stereotyped minority and create media content that shows this minority in a positive light.Contesting the ‘dominant regime of representation’ is known as trans-coding, an audience-driven activity.Promoting information literacyCounter-Stereotyping
Stereotyping and Its BacklashHow pith helmets became a symbol of colonialism, Washington Post, October 8, 2018Tweet by Matt Carotenuto, Professor of African History at St. Lawrence University and Chair of the Board of Directors of Africa Network.
Intercultural EncountersVALUE SYSTEMS BROUGHT INTO PLAY: memoryvaluesGovernor General Michaëlle Jean, middle left, and her husband Jean-Daniel Lafond take part in a community feast in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, May 25, 2009commitment to mutual understandingmeaningful dialogueempowerment of all participants
ReconciliationTO FIND A WAY IN WHICH TWO SITUATIONS OR BELIEFS THAT ARE OPPOSED TO EACH OTHER CAN AGREE AND EXIST TOGETHERTRUTH AND RECONCILIATION COMMISSIONS: designed to re-establish the new South African State on the basis of a shared memory while allowing repressed memories to resurface. BBC Documentary on the Truth and Reconciliation Commissions and Desmond Tutu, December 10, 2009 Apartheid in South Africa, BBC, December 6, 2013
Intercultural CompetenciesINTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE:DEFINED AS THE COMPLEX OF ABILITIES NEEDED TO PERFORM EFFECTIVELY AND APPROPRIATELY WHEN INTERACTING WITH THOSE WHO ARE LINGUISTICALLY AND CULTURALLY DIFFERENT FROM ONESELFReducing intergroup conflict and prejudice is to increase contacts between members of different groups in such a way as to break down boundaries and build bridges between self-enclosed communities, thereby fostering more complex and personalized views of others’ worlds through knowledge. RECONCILING CONFLICTING MEMORIES:MEMORY CONFLICTS IN NUMEROUS MULTICULTURAL ENVIRONMENTS UNDERMINE SOCIAL COHESION, THERE IS AN URGENT NEED TO PLACE DIVERGENT HISTORIES IN PERSPECTIVE. Transcending competing memories by framing a common historical narrative in situations where the conflict has been resolved but also where the conflict has just ended or is ongoing.
Inclusion and ExclusionPractical diversity: taking inclusion from theory to practice, Dawn D. Bennett-Alexander, TEDx Talks, May 5, 2015 “You can only rule over a subject race, especially when

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