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Ch 2 Culture and Communication

Ch 2 Culture and Communication - Individualist Collectivist...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/14/11 Culture and Communication Unit 2
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9/14/11 What is culture? Specialized lifestyle of a group of people Values, beliefs, artifacts, behaviors Ways of behaving and thinking Passed from one generation to the next through enculturation N at iv ea m er ic a n b o w m ak in g. bl o gs p ot .c Blacksbay.com
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9/14/11 What is culture? Sex/Gender Biological/socially constructed Enculturation Acculturation Hadiyarewardcardsnetwork.com
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9/14/11 The Importance of Culture in Communication Demographic changes Cultural Sensitivity Assimilationist perspective è Cultural diversity Economic Interdependency Communication Technology Communication Competence Punchbowl.com
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9/14/11 The Aim of a Cultural Perspective Distinguish what is universal vs. what is relative Effective communication with other cultures Understand the spectrum of acceptable communication Li br ar y. cs u n. e d u
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9/14/11 Cultural Differences Individual Vs Collective Orientation
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Unformatted text preview: Individualist Collectivist Test Yourself p. 40 Lindachristas.org 9/14/11 Cultural Differences High and Low Context Cultures High Low Power Distances High Low Natcom.org 9/14/11 Cultural Differences Masculine and Feminine Cultures Masculine Feminine High Ambiguity Tolerant and Low Ambiguity Tolerant Cultures High ambiguity Low ambiguity 9/14/11 Intercultural Communication Communication among people who have different cultural beliefs, values, or ways of behaving Potential Differences: ▪ Nationality ▪ Race ▪ Ethnicity ▪ Religion 9/14/11 Improving Intercultural Cultural sensitivity- degree of awareness and acknowledgement of cultural differences Prepare yourself Reduce ethnocentrism Confront stereotypes Collegelifestyles.org...
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