fall2011JustinHubbellCommunicatingAcrossCultures

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Unformatted text preview: C lic k t o e d it M a s t e r s u b t it le s t y le C o m m u n i c a t i n g A c r o s s C u l t u r e s B y : J u s tin H u b b e ll ( a r tic le b y N a n c y J . A d le r ) A r t ic le C M o d u le 1 : C o lla b o r a t io n & T e a m s 9/27/11 The Act of Communicating Image via Vtaide.com Encoding Decoding Perception Interpretation Categorization 9/27/11 Cross-Cultural Communication Issues Misperception (as seen in Figure 1) Misinterpretation/Miscategorization (as seen in the example given on p. 291) Stereotypes (good and bad as seen on p. 292) Subconscious Cultural Blinders (Canadians and Kuwaiti example on p. 293) Lack of Cultural Self-Awareness Projected Similarity Cross-Cultural Misevaluation 9/27/11 What I Learned To truly understand each other, you should present you message through multiple channels (verbally, gestures, etc), paraphrase, and converge meanings. Pay attention to other visual ques like body language and tone....
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