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Intercultural Communication Basic Concepts of Culture Vaibhavi Kulkarni September 12, 2011
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Understanding Culture Culture is a learned set of shared interpretations about beliefs, values, norms, and social practices, which affect the behaviors of a relatively large group of people. Culture is learned through everyday interactions with members of a particular culture.
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Understanding Culture Culture is a set of shared interpretations derived from the meanings that were and are created between members of the culture. Culture involves the sharing of beliefs, values, norms, and social practices. Culture affects behaviors. Culture involves large groups of people.
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Understanding Culture
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History, Identity, Beliefs, Values Rules Role s Material Objects Comm. Patterns Technology Rituals & Customs Artistic Expressions Health Syste m Edu. Syste m Religiou s System Kinship System Political System Economi c Inner Core Cultural Activities Institutions within Culture
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