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STUDY GUIDE - INTERCULTURALCOMMUNICATIONSTUDYGUIDE. 1.

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INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION STUDY GUIDE. 1. Culture is a learned pattern of behaviors and attitudes shared by a certain group of  people.   P b =Patterns of Perceptions, Practices and behaviors . 2. What is the rationale/ Reasons for studying Intercultural Communication? a. S elf Awareness ~ Individual Knowledge of our own culture Ethnocentrism – biased thinking that one’s culture is superior b. T echnology ~ Increase info, Contact with Diverse pple c. E conomics ~ Impact on Globalization d. P eace ~ Colonialism(System where group maintains power over another) e. E thics ~principals of  conduct  that help  govern  behaviors of individual/group  f. D emographics ~ characteristics of a population; race, ethnicity, sex, income 1. Individual knowledge about our own cultural identity and heritage/  background ii. Increased Diversity(Quality of being different)  iii. Immigration Patterns
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2011 for the course COM 3325 taught by Professor Dr.allison during the Fall '11 term at Kennesaw.

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