COMM 101 Ch 2 Notes

COMM 101 Ch 2 Notes - The Interpersonal Communication Book,...

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The Interpersonal Communication Book, 12th Edition By Joseph A. DeVito Chapter Two: Culture and Interpersonal Communication Culture is communication and communication is culture. Edward T. Hall I. Culture A. Refers to. .. Specialized Lifestyle of People Values, Beliefs, Artifacts, Ways of Behaving, Ways of Communicating Includes Language, Modes of Thinking, Laws, and Religion B. Nature of Culture Not Synonymous with Race or Nationality Gender is a Cultural Variable Culture is Passed Through Generations C. Enculturation, Ethnic Identity, Acculturation D. Cultural Beliefs and Values E. The Relevance of Culture Demographic Changes Sensitivity to Cultural Differences Economic/Political Interdependence Spread of Technology Culture-Specific Nature of Interpersonal Communication F. Aim of Cultural Perspective Universal vs. Relative Situations Vary Not All Practices are Equal or Acceptable II. How Cultures Differ A. Power Distance High Power
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