Chapter 9 Interpersonal Communication and culture

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Chapter 9 Interpersonal Communication and culture Culture and intercultural communication Culture : Lifestyle of a group of people, their values, beliefs, artifacts, was of behaving and ways of communicating. Enculturation : cultural ideals and concepts that have been transmitted from one generation to another. Acculturation : The process by which your culture is modified through direct contact with or exposure to another culture. Intercultural communication encompasses a broad range of communication. It includes at least the following: communication between cultures races ethnic groups religions nations. Intercultural communication refers to communication that takes place between people of different cultures, and it is greatly influenced by both enculturation and acculturation processes. Intercultural communication – communication between cultures Ethnic groups Religions Nations Smaller cultures existing within the larger culture Smaller culture and the dominant culture Between genders
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